Here's a peek at what I've done lately in the booth:
Remember the little cabinet we re-did? Here it is on display:
The big dollhouse that was displayed in the entertainment center sold so I put a few things in its place as temporary fix until I can being in something else to fill this space in the cabinet. That's one disadvantage of not being at my booths daily--when something sells it can leave a big gap. Riverbend staff and the Marietta staff are great about rearranging things to fill such holes, though, and they will call if a large piece of furniture sells which makes this less of a problem than it could be. And it's a good problem really, right?
The china cabinet is sporting a Sale! sign. And a reminder that it can be put on layaway.
The "gardening table" has sold several books over the past few days, so I added more, along with a sweet little rabbit picture and a metal lamp with tulips on the base.
This little picture looked pitiful when I picked it up at a thrift store for a quarter. I took it apart, cleaned both sides of the glass, sanded and waxed the frame, put it back together and put new backing on it. A lot of work for a small picture, but now it's back to being something nice to display. And it only took me about 20 minutes to get it done.
Remember this little smoking stand?
Here it is with a new coat of paint and looking a lot more loved.
I can't remember if I showed this little table before. It was stained dark, so I sanded it, painted and antiqued and did a little distressing to age it.
I love the way it looks now.
I bought this chair already painted, so I just added the china hat and a book. The first book sold so this one seemed to fit nicely--"The Pink House" is its title.
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