Okay, maybe it took me two minutes. Seriously, this was a quickie.
If you've been following me for any length of time, you know how much I love using salvaged metal.
Although I've been doing a lot of purging, I continue to hold on to certain pieces, like the two iron parts above.
They came from two completely different lamps, but, once I married them, they were perfect for each other.
Honestly, all I did was screw them together, and, seal the rust (which I love).
It's the perfect size for a pillar candle.
You can review some of my other salvaged metal projects by clicking HERE, HERE, HERE, and, HERE.
Well, as I continue to purge, I'm planning to throw a bunch of stuff out for a garage sale tomorrow.
I'm getting the garage as empty as possible for a reason. It's about to get spruced up for an upcoming event. I'll keep you posted.
See ya soon.
Your creative brain never ceases to amaze me, girl! How you can look at two different pieces and know instinctively that they would look great together. :) I can only imagine how successful your sales are with these unique decor items. I'm reluctantly having a "vintage sale" in June because I'm "de-shabby-chicing" my house. Bringing in the boho and removing the pink and ruffles. Although I don't look forward to hosting a sale, I know that it's the best way to pass on these treasured items. :)ReplyDelete
You have beautiful things, Laurie. I know your sale will be a success.Delete
So now your conducting marriages? LOL I would love a clean garage also to start over and make it pretty again,well as pretty as a garage can beReplyDelete
Me and lots other gals wish we could attend your garage sale. I'm having one with a friend in couple weeks and lots is going in the sale
good luck as always, I bet you bought a new Jaguar car, a baby blue for the garage? LOL
No, I bought a simple Ford Taurus. It works for now. Good luck with your sale.Delete
Love this wonderful marriage! Good luck with your sale!ReplyDelete
Rosemary, that is WAY to beautiful to be that simple!ReplyDelete
Rosemary it may of taken only a few minutes to create but it packs an impressive design look. Hope all is well with you and you're done purging.ReplyDelete
My kind of project. Perfect and so simple!ReplyDelete
Your blog is very impressive and have the useful information it is really caught my attention.
good job Beautiful! :)
You had me at "one minute" . . . well even TWO is acceptable! Great project!ReplyDelete
So great when pieces come together uniquely.ReplyDelete
What a great salvage candle holder. It would fit perfectly with my style.