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Wednesday, March 3, 2010

Possibilities...

A vintage tray came home with us a couple of days ago.
Silver plated, nice size, cute little feet, great handles....

Beautiful enough to be left alone...
well, maybe not.

Just a little Nice & Easy touch later...




Don't assume that everything is done and perfect.
Give it a try a put your own imprint on life!

Thank you Karen, again!, for all the wonderful graphics.

Linked to:
The Shabby Chic Cottage

24 comments:

The Cottage Shopgirl said...

Well, I was just hopping around in blogland looking for some inspiration and I found it! Love what you did with the tray...I may have to try that! Thanks for sharing, Sandi

Lori said...

how beautiful!!!

LuLu Kellogg said...

OK, how did you do this? I love it!

LuLu~*xoxo

A Cottage Muse said...

You did a fabulous job!! Very elegant!

littlethings1 said...

Love love it ! But then again , nothing suprises me when it comes to all of the great things you both come up with !!
Eunice

Lee Laurie said...

Beautiful! Great idea!

TOTEally Posh! said...

Thank you for stopping by my blog!

I love what you did to the platter. I found one similar at Goodwill (without handles, though) and have been brainstorming what I could do with it. You may have given me some inspiration!

Linda said...

That looks fabulous and makes it so unique.

Diann said...

This turned out wonderful! Nicely done.

Sue said...

The Amazing Marcela! Love to go visit your space at Country Roads when I'm working. I just stand there and STARE! Awesome.
Take care, Sue

Nancy said...

Very neat! I love silver trays. I like what you did with yours!

Nancy

chasity said...

those graphics are fantastic!
chasity

EnchantedBella said...

I love the way that turned out. I have a tray I am deciding what to do with. This is a great idea.

Rebecca

Julie said...

Fantastic!!! love you wheels turning in your head...I can hear them working ! :-) The transformed tray looks lovely. I have an old footed silver serving tray too, and it holds silver frames and some cloched shoes. It just does the trick. Thanks for sharing the treasure find! enjoyed my visit!
see you next WEdnesday.

bikim said...

WOW!
QUE LINDO!
TAKE CARE,
ROSA

ps: FIZ UMA SOBREMESA CHAMADA BABA DE CAMELO!

Terri Gordon said...

Wow, love your tray, I love to visit your blog, you are always coming up with such beautiful things, thank you for sharing.

Cami @ Creating Myself said...

Hi girls! It's been a while since I stopped in to see what you were up to. I can't believe how industrious y'all are! So many projects, so much inspiration...thank you!

One Cheap B*tch said...

I love your tray makeover. So pretty!

June said...

I love the way you are able to tweak anything and make a piece of artwork. You guys rock!

Amy Kinser said...

Great idea with your tray. Looks super.

Bhavesh Chhatbar said...

Possibilities are always infinite! You have a good idea!!

The Summer Kitchen Girls said...

we didn't think silver could get any better!

Adrianna said...

Found your link via Sanctuary Arts at Home. This tray is so beautiful. Where did you get the print you put on it? I ADORE IT!

tales from an oc cottage said...

How cool!!!

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