Tuesday, October 7, 2008

Busy day today!

Well I have been a little busy today getting some projects done. First a ragamuffin for my bedroom with the d-mans senior pictures hanging from it. What do you think?

Sorry about the crappy pictures today I'm putting this in my bedroom over my mirror and I have no light fixture right now I'm getting a new one so its too dark to take a pic in there. but apparently this wasn't the greatest idea either.:) Its black cream and cranberry.

Then I got out the old glue gun and made a couple of tassels. the first one is one of my turkey salt shakers and the second one is a cute little mixer I found I may give it to my sister but I'm not sure. lol I have one more but it doesn't have a top yet so it will have to wait for another post.

The next one is a lamp that was blue with an ugly lamp shade sorry no before. I painted it red and found this shade for 2.00 at the weekend outlet. It's going in the d-mans bedroom.I have a few more projects to get done before it gets too cold outside to paint and a bunch of cute tops for some tassels that I will be giving as gifts for Christmas.
Have a great fall day:)





4 comments:

my thrifty victorian home said...

WOW! I guess you've been busy! I just love the tassels. I attempted my first tassel the other day(the cool weather must bring on craftiness!), I don't think it is half as gorgeous as yours! I really want to make a garland too! You are inspiring me!

Blessings to you and yours,

Mrs. B said...

What cute projects! I've been wanting to try a garland too, I even bought the fabric, but haven't gotten to it yet. Love your tassels! And the lamp turned out great.

Angie said...

You have been a crafty girl lately! The tassels are so cute and so is the lamp. Your porch decorations look so warm and welcoming!

Rambling Girl said...

I love the tassels. I wanted to try and make some for me and maybe if they are ok do some as gifts.

I love the garland also. I have seen so many neat things I want to make from just visiting so many pages of blogs.

Thanks as always for sharing!