Tuesday, January 31, 2012

More Peeks

Two posts in one day is unheard of for me, but I just had to share these peeks of the projects I worked on today. First thing this morning after my walk, I got busy making those belt buckles I mentioned in my last post. Here is the result.


I couldn't get a very good picture and the upper left one is so much prettier in person. It’s got some really cool old jewelry and buttons on it. I think it is one of my favorites and I’ve made a lot of these over the last few years.

The second thing I worked on was a big work table. I went over to my friend Mitzi’s house today and she offered to help me out. Here it is almost done.


It still needs sanding, painting and some casters cause this gal is heavy.  The scalloppy trim was a last minute addition. I think it adds such a sweet, feminine touch to this rustic table which would be great in a craft room, laundry room or even as a big screen tv stand. It will be making its debut at the Junk Salvation show on Friday. Okay, if I wasn’t excited enough before, I am now. I’ll try to post another peek before I leave to set up on Friday, but if I can’t, I will get lots of pictures at the show. TTFN!


Maria (Magia Mia) said...

Those buckles are gorgeous Lisa! Great work. Looking forward to visiting all you sweet vendors on Saturday!

Into Vintage said...

These are just beautiful! You are so talented to envision & create something like these from pieces of broken bling. See you Friday!!

Kathy said...

Oh, those buckles are just GORGEOUS!!! Bravo!

Laurie said...

The belt buckles turned out great. They are beautiful!

Debbie and I are shopping the show on Saturday. See you then...
xoxo ~Laurie

Mitzi said...

I hope you have a successful show! Your belt buckles are gorgeous.

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Shelley said...

I love the belt buckles you made. I am sharing your link on my JunkArta and VimLife Facebook pages.


Shelley Novotny

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