Friday, June 8, 2012

Shabby Vintage Window

Hello lovelies! 
Summer is here and I am a busy mommy with my wee ones!
My flea market booths are also very busy.
I had an old window in my booth that would not sell ( I only had $5 on it) but it did have a chip in the glass.
With a pretty patina, I could not let this little gem go to waste...so home it came with me for some TLC!
My faux mantel has a couple of electrical outlets that I like to keep hidden and this pretty vintage window fit perfectly!
Yummy chippiness and soft shabby fabric...ooohhh la la!
I am off to do some junkin!
If you have a chance stop by and say hi to one of my favorite bloggers...
She is a super talented lady with a heart of gold!

I will be partying with 
and 
xo
Olivia

12 comments:

  1. I love what you did with your window, it added so much to your fireplace! I also decorate with pink and white, please visit me! Penny

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  2. Hi Olivia,
    Your window looks great there. Love your fireplace; it's so romantic! Have a delightful weekend.

    Blessings,
    Sandi

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  3. Hi! I love your beautiful home and what you do!

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  4. I just am in love with this mantel. I like that it is ornate. Good idea!

    Saw you on My Romantic Home.

    Cynthia

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  5. Your mantle is just beautiful....what a great use for that old window. It serves perfectly there! xo Diana

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  6. Oh what a sweetheart you are to feature me! I am so touched.

    I was going to say I would have bought that old window. You did a great job using it:)

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  7. There is a place for all things, if you have the know how. You did good with the window.

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  8. Wow! Looks like it was meant to be!

    Thank you for visiting my blog! Everyone at Pink Saturday is so nice!

    Elaine
    Creating Wonderful Spaces

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  9. Love that pretty old window in your home!
    Sandy seems like the sweetest, doesn't she?

    ~Shanon

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  10. Well, at least you were able to do something creative about your old window. By the way, was it a fireplace that you were trying to cover? I think the why you weren’t able to sell your window is because you still needed it in your house. Good job!

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  11. If you can’t sell it, then just use it! Look, at least by getting creative you were able to transform your windows into something a bit more “useful”. Now, you have a wonderful cover, isn’t that cool?

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  12. Good thing you realized how precious your old window is! It’s really meant for you, that’s why even though it was cheap, no one else bought it but you. I’m sure you can transform that old window into something else. Just be creative.

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Hello Friend! Thank you so much for stopping by! I love to hear your thoughts! Hugs, Olivia

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