I saw this tea cart at an estate sale. It was dusty and needed TLC.
I started cleaning the cart and soon realized I needed a sander. So I invested in a small but powerful sander and worked on the tea cart until I had the original wood. I then used several coats of polyurethane
Here is tea cart restored to its original beauty. It is in our kitchen where I can see it 🙂
This was a window that our daughter Kelly brought me. I knew I could make something out of it!
..And here is the completed project. After I scraped and sanded the window, I painted it with chalk paint. I then used pictures we took while in Tuscany and made color copies. I then photo transferred to the panes of the window. The two center panes are decoupage. I hung it in the hallway and everyone that comes in the house admires it.
I found two beautiful vintage whiskey bottles in the basement of an estate sale, covered with dust. I thought to myself “I know I can find some use for them! They are just too beautiful.” So I started by drilling a hole on each bottle so that I could turn them into lamps. And here they Are! I hope you can see them. I took the pictures of the finished lamps at night. I could not wait to share them with you.