1/10/10

Todays Hang-ups *wink*

I love it when a new idea just falls in my lap! This morning I was debating whether or not to get rid of a few mismatched sugar bowls and creamers. I've been saving them in hopes of having enough to make small flower arrangements for my Easter table. But it's taking too long. I thought to myself you better find an idea for these or get them out of the house. Packing away is not an option...I forget about things...My new 2010 motto, use'm or loose them!

Then this afternoon Brabourne Farm , which by the way, is an awesome blog and worth a visit any day of the week. Oh yeah, Brabourne Farm, she post this pic form Catrin Cargill Interiors.

And voila! My problem solved!





A nail, glass knob, old bias trim and misfits. It took me longer to photograph and write this post then it did to hang these. Don't you think this would be cute with mismatched teacups too?


10 comments:

Queen "B" said...

Aloha, I too loved the Pewter pitchers, your version came out tre'chic...that was fun to follow both posts and enjoy inspiration in the works....congrats and I look forward to visiting you again
Aloha Brandi

Brabourne Farm said...

I love your version of the pitchers - it looks fabulous! Leigh

Queenplinker said...

Brandi, so nice to meet you as well. We'll "talk" again for sure!

Leigh, Thank you for the inspiration. I needed that :0)

Lynea

red.neck chic said...

Girlfriend - that is gorgeous!!! And photograph you did for sure!!! It's a beautiful photo as well! LOL

Now I'm going to go see what I can string up... there is some empty space in my kitchen...hmmmmmm.....

;-) robelyn

Queenplinker said...

Yea, Robelyn!
Now, it's a party. Can't wait to see what you come up with!

Lynea

Devon said...

Love the photos. Have you ever checked out Tara Dillard's blog? She is the queen of reusing home elements in the outdoors. Think you might enjoy it!!

Pleasure to e-meet you. Thanks for the kind comment today. :)

Bobbie said...

that is so cute! I like your version bestest

Queenplinker said...

Devon, Thanks or the suggestion! I spent the better part of yesterday touring her garden spot. A lady after my own heart.

Bobbie, thank you for stopping by and the kind comment :0)

Sonja, Queen of Crafts said...

Stopping by from TCB - this such a creative and easy idea. I love it. Exactly the thing to go into my display frame where my wreath has finally wilted into oblivion! Thanks for sharing!

Diane Costanza said...

How cool! I would never have thought of this. Thanks for sharing it.