It's been so glorious here the past few days in the midwest (can you say 70's?) that I hope at least some of you have been experiencing this pleasant change. Anyway, I just wanted to show you something I picked up on a trip to Des Moines, Iowa a few weekends ago. Farmhouse sieve turned jewelry/photo/memorabilia display.
I'm not really sure what it's intended purpose was, but I knew as soon as I saw it that I had to have it. Check this out.
It's some sort of drawer with it's own label holder thingy. And yes, that's a technical term. Wish I knew what it really did on the farm.
I'd love to hear what you think it is.
Here's one of the many chalkboards I made out of Dollar Tree tin platters. I love setting them up around the house with sayings that make you smile. I especially love the one I used with my Pottery Barn Hurricane knock-off here.
I'm very happy with how it turned out. And guess what? It looks like I'll be selling my handmade vintage jewelry in just a few weeks at a local fall festival. What better use for this old thing than as a jewelry display piece in my sales booth? Once the details of the event have been worked out I can't wait to share them with you!
Funny how life has a way of dropping opportunities in your lap sometimes, whether you think you're ready for them or not. Vendor sales at this time in my life will make me crazy-busy. Even busier than I've been, if that's possible. But I think I have to go with it. Oh, and did I mention that we bought a dog today? Life. It's what happens while other people are busy making plans.
Hope you're all having a great week! Thanks for stopping by!