Monday, April 28, 2014

Booth Update

Not much to write about over here at the Shabby Cottage.  Just like everyone else I've been enjoying the spring weather and working in the yard.  In the meantime I've been busy with the booth and getting ready for the influx of beach vacationers.

So, I'll show you a few new things that are in my booth.

Nothing is yummier than shabby shutters and I painted and sanded these into shabbiliousness.

The primitive farmhouse cabinet got a makeover with some chalk paint and some dry brushing and sanding.  I'm calling this color "driftwood."  This piece would be perfect in a beach house. 


 This stunning black dress has a french label and the charming sparkling rhinestone buttons had me grabbing it up and heading to the cash register.  
Not to mention the gorgeous black net crinoline.

This beautiful oranate mirror was hard to let go.  When you are in this business you always want to keep everything but you know you can't.  It didn't last long in my booth and went to its new home yestereday.

Well that's it for now.  Remember to get out there and make it a good week.  Create, make, sew, write, paint, photograph, craft something or find a treasure, tranform it and show it to us!

                                        ~~hugs~~
                                          Sissie

17 comments:

Kathy @ Creative Home Expressions said...

Your booth looks wonderful, Sissie! I love the shutters and that terrarium is gorgeous.

Ceekay-THINKIN of HOME said...

That dress is lovely....I am surprised Laura from Decor to Adore hasn't flown over to pick it up!!

ℳartina @ Northern Nesting said...

Sissie your booth is filled with so much prettiness...love those shutters!!

Linda@Coastal Charm said...

Hello Sissie,
Your booth is looking GREAT! Oh my...that black dress is so stunning. Like how you painted that piece and your driftwood color. Would love to share your booth at Shop Talk...my new Friday series...e-mail me if you are interested.

Blessings,
Linda
coastal.charm@yahoo.com

NanaDiana said...

Your booth looks really great, Sissie. I am happy to see you here posting. Hope you are having a wonderful Spring! xo Diana

Okio B Designs said...

Your booth looks beautiful Sissie! I love how you're using the old bed springs!

Jeanine

Annesphamily said...

Hi Sissie! Oh that black dress is just divine! I love all the things at your booth. It is good to see you here. Have a beautiful week. Hugs, Anne

Trisha said...

Oh my goodness...I don't even have a booth and I want to keep everything! Especially when it is all so lovely!

~Trisha

Shabby chic Sandy said...

Your booth looks great--I love the shutters and the driftwood dresser. It would look lovely in a beach house!

Nancy's Notes said...

Sissy, I always enjoy looking at your treasures! Always awesome and beautiful. What a great look for your primitive farmhouse cabinet, love it!
Have a great day~
Nancy

Gail said...

Oh Sissie, your booth looks beautiful! I love your cabinet and how you painted it! You have some pretty treasures. Enjoy your day, Gail

The Summer Kitchen Girls said...

Love your take on "driftwood!" ~ very pretty and we are sure it won't last long at your booth Sissie!!

Amy Chalmers said...

O your booth looks so great!! I hate to give up a great looking mirror too....or chandelier. Those are my favorite things, so hardest to part with.

raggygirlvintage said...

Beautiful creations Sissie, i love the shutters especially!
Tracey

Cindy The Victorian Journey said...

Your shutters are soo shabbylicious along with that mirror to die for. I would want to keep it too. I kinda have a thing for mirrors so hard to part with.
Hugs,
Cindy

Kathy Moreland said...

Beautiful items, Sissie! Some day I'm going to find your shop and bring something delicious home with me!!

Cindy said...

Oh my goodness, your booth is adorable. Love the little glass greenhouse thingy... you could do so many cute things with that!

Cindy

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