Making the old things new
go here I haven’t had much luck lately at the thrift stores. In fact, my most recent thrift store tripIs have been a giant bust. I did have some luck in a really unlikely place this weekend- my mama’s garage.
http://www.pessebremoviment.com/scholarship-essay-writing/ This is unlikely because my mom and dad have a garage that is fairly neat and organized- it’s way more organized than mine, for sure! It’s just not likely that my mom would have things in her garage that she doesn’t use.
http://www.ldjcleaning.com/distributive-property-homework-help/ distributive property homework help A friend of ours had recently given her a really cool lantern, but she really didn’t know yet where she wanted it.
I took one look at it and thought about how it had a neat shape about it, but that the floral swag attached to it really didn’t match anything I had. I took a closer look and realized that the floral pieces were attached with zip ties.
Needless to say, I brought it home and took some scissors to those zip ties. It only took me about two minutes to chop those guys off and then I was left with this:
I really like the shape of this candleholder. I am thinking of putting something at the top- something simple, like a burlap bow. I have this sitting by our TV cabinet at the moment, but that is not its permanent spot. It would look great on a fireplace hearth (which we don’t have) (#firstworldproblems) or maybe even paired with other lanterns.
The possibilities are kind of endless. Can’t wait to show you what I do with it!