Carol from the Polka Dot Closet did a post about a table in her booth that just wouldn't sell. The upscale table was okay but it was dark wood. Everyone kept telling her it would be a crime to paint it but she knew that it needed to be painted in order to sell. So, Carol commited a crime and painted it anyway. She is now on row 17 cell block 22!
This table just wasn't impressing anyone in my booth either. Others said not to paint it because it would be a shame and a crime. Looks like I'm going to be Carol's cellmate. Hey Carol, maybe we could talk em into pink jumpsuits!
It's off to my booth tomorrow and we shall see. Of course, I've even thought about keeping it because it does look good. Yes?
I have got to quit shopping other booths! I found this wonderful cotton oyster sack and well, it just had to be turned into a pillow.
I mean what else would you do with a vintage oyster sack.
This wire cupcake holder makes a cute holder for soaps
and shabby corn. I ordered the shabby corn from Stefanie at Rose Petals and Rust. This girl has some serious talent.
I'm linking to Beverly's at How Sweet The Sound for
Pink Saturday. Be sure to stop by and get a load of lots of pink goodness.
Stay warm this weekend while out looking for your latest treasures, or creating something beautiful in your studio, or writing your latest novel, or baking a yummy cake, or just staying in and taking it easy!