Tuesday, February 16, 2010

White Wednesday

Having fun with Kathleen over at Faded Charm.
Check out her post today, along with all her participants here:


Remember the little chippy angel with the broken foot I shared on White Wednesday earlier? Well...he got himself a bonifide heavenly wing this past week. Now he can officially hover over Justin's shoulder. This is what I will look at every day when Justin goes to Afghanistan in March. It will be my reminder. And the wing just fit perfectly. I don't even notice the missing foot.

When a girl finds 2 pair of Pillow shams that look like the two above, and the price is 79 cents....what will she do? (this is not a trick question!) She will buy both pairs. Shams are great for layering over tablecloths, on chairs, gracing a sofa back, runners for small tables, toppers for shower curtains, layering for window toppers,hanging off of hutches, etc, etc! not to mention the obvious, beautiful pillows on a bed.

When a 15 year old little lamp breaks because the switch is worn out, and you can get another lamp cheaper at the thrift shop, than you can go buy a new electrical kit for the old one....what does a girl do with the base she loves?....Take all the electrical components off and use it for a pedestal to hold a little perfume bottle!!

When a gal wants a particular "wall-word" saying to grace her home, but the price for a custom one to be made does NOT fit her pocketbook, what is she to do???? Just get on a chair and do it herself...Yikes. It's not perfect, but then neither is this little Cape Cod cottage!..So I guess it fits. :-)


Julie Harward said...

Such a sweet little angel...and I love the shams..so shabby chic..good idea with the lamp base and you are very brave to write on the wall like that...mine would look like a first grader did it! Very cute! :D

Theresa said...

I love the shams Julie! I would have bought them all too. I also love that angel and it is exactly where it needs to be. I can't believe we will have both of our Justins over there at the same time. We are gonna wear our knees out praying:) Hugs to you and your sweet family!

Jeannie B. said...

Love the wall cherub!

Kiki said...

So beautiful....i love the pillow shams and the lamp is so super adorable!! Just gorgeous! happy WW! here's mine too


Sandi said...

I love all your remakes! Wonderful ideas!

Dianna said...

Julie, you are amazing! The pillow shams are absolutely beautiful and you named places to use them that I would have never thought of! Great find!

I love your wall work! You give me courage...I want to do something on a particular spot in our mud room. I'm still working on the "something", but when I see how pretty yours is, I know it is something I want to do myself. That must give you such satisfaction to know that there is a part of you there.

But my favorite for today's displays is the feathered wing for Justin's guardian angel. No words right now...but I know you know my heart.

Faded Charm said...

What a sweet angel and your son is in my prayers. Hopefully this angel will watch over him and keep him safe.

Enjoy your day.


www.MaisonStGermain.com said...

I love the angel. (will continue prayers for your son and the other brave men and women)The pillow shams were a steal! And the words on the wall are great:) Happy White Wednesday!
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Miss Gracie's House said...

such a sweet post...it must be a real test of faith to have your son deployed...one that I am *thankful* for...loved all of your pics and the wall art especially..it comes from your heart!

Lynn@ The Vintage Nest said...

I love your precious angel. I have one that is missing her entire lower half and she has a special place in the family room. And I love your art work on the wall. Wonderful! Happy WW.

Marianne@Songbird said...

I love that wing on that little angle. I have got a wingless angel too, and I might just give her a chance to fly again just like yours.

~mel said...

I LOVE your craftiness! and recycling of old treasures into new!!

PlantSomeRoots@Lakewood said...

Wow...freehand saying on your wall? Wonderful!
Cindy at Lakewood

JOE TODD said...

Wish your dad a belated Happy Birthday. I will keep your son in my prayers. My son Nathan did 2 tours in the Marines and now is with the National Guard. He has been to Iraq twice and his unit is scheduled for Afghanistan March 2011. Joe Todd Living one day at a time and enjoying one moment at a time