Happy Autumn everyone. What a perfect day to give my antique cupboard a lovely autumn facelift.
Since I've been using a lot of white lately I thought it would be nice to keep this theme going. Doesn't she look perty!
Out came my chalk paint and brushes...let the painting begin.
I had a lot of black and orange pumpkins that I used in previous years so repainted them instead of buying new ones.
I also painted the frame and the pot holding the pumpkins.
The two little wooden boxes are another garage sale find of mine.
I got this birdcage from a antique store while visiting a friend. The bird cage itself is not an antique but the metal it was made out of is.
As for this old wooden
suitcase, I've thought of painting it but can't bring myself to do it.
It just has so much charm.
I have cases of old books that I've collected through the years. I use them in
just about every room in my home. Some of them date back to the late 1800's. I always wonder if they are worth anything.
Aren't these the cutest little boys...Nicholas and Matthew when they were toddlers.
A lot of my books have ripped bindings but doesn't that just adds to the charm?
Eeeek.....where did they come from!
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