Sweet White wild Anemone's, I brought home some 25 years ago from my dad's property up north, they have traveled to the west side of the house,
Artemisia, in the Faerie Garden,
White tent called a Sibley, from the Civil War encampment at Greenfield Village this year,
This tall window is at the top of my staircase. The 30 year old white pine shaded the window. I had to have it cut down when I put on the new roof. This is the west side of the house, so now I need a full curtain for shade, so will be going Shabby here,
I hurriedly put together this shabby curtain. I can see I need to make some adjustments to it. I still have painting to do and also repair the hanging light.
I bought this wood and tin chest from my neighbors garage sale a couple years ago for 10.00. My granddaughter calls it a treasure chest, Hehe, so as soon as I figure out how to brace the top from coming down on fingers I will put in dress up clothes and definitely some treasure in it!
Just do not have time to strip, and sand this now, so I put on one coat of white paint and, hope to redo some day, (sigh)
And finally one shabby kitchen curtain, I still have another one to make, I just use scraps of chiffon and layers of scrap pieces of lace, linen or whatever I have left over from a project.
Going "Shabby" is taking me a long time, it is not as easy as it looks. So hopefully I will have the kitchen done soon. This curtain uses the same technique as my shabby curtains on my shabby mud porch.
Click Here for the "Shabby Curtains" tutorial.
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