I have been kicking around the idea of renting selling space at a local antique/consignment shop called No Place Like Home Again for over a year now. The rent was quite reasonable but I was always reluctant to commit to working at the store 3-4 days per month in addition to my regular employment, blogging, flower gardening and trying to keep a clean house.
I finally took the plunge September 1st.
As I was setting up my sales space, I was reminiscing about some of my past projects. (These are by far not all of them, just the first batch to arrive at the shop) I will also be selling off some of seasonal decorations and collectibles.
Do you remember my vintage Jello mold pumpkins, pig napkin holder or the thrift shop breadbox makeover?
This idea of adding a little fall to an oil lamp came to me in 2013.
Candle holders and a copper tray combine for this tiered tray project.
This three legged table became a plant holder on my covered patio.
Dictionary pages decoupaged onto a thrift shop shelf gave a vintage vibe to this makeover.
An old "paper plate" holder with a heart cut-out took on a whole new look in this blog post.
My shovel head sign sold right away at the shop on Saturday!
The rake head jack o'lantern also sold right away! Also pictured here are my thrift shop Halloween owls sprayed with black paint, and my cake pan junk Jack o'Lantern.
Also selling right away was my little stool mended with visible mending braces.
This thrift shop to farmhouse kitchen makeover is still for sale at the shop.
An old country wood plaque was upcycled with French Country Style in this easy project, and the vintage aluminum tray was updated with Annie Sloan Chalk Paint. It will make a lovely change or jewelry tray.
Then on this wall was pizza peel magnetic board, breadboard tea light, barn wood clip board style photo holder, and thrift shop mail organizer update.
Another mail organizer with key hook.
One of my most re-pinned Pinterest projects is this book shelf and grater earring holder.
I am selling my faux caramel apples too!
Thanks for giving these old projects another look!