Tuesday, September 21, 2010

Burlap Totes, Little Easels, & More


A little vintage sweetness.
More to come about this,
and other treasures found in an old trunk.



Little Vintage Pics....

On little fork easels ...
Made by my sweet fella.

And a Cute, Cute burlap tote tutorial at
La Maison Reid
a new blog I found a bit ago.


Burlap Purse with Shabby Rose, Burlap Tote
And another one even sweeter!!!

Tutorial HERE
and for the roses she sent us to these two places.
Freckled Laundry
and
Crystelle Boutique

These are my treasures for today.
Please go check out some of the places below for more
wonderful finds and fixes.

Blessings
barbara jean

footnote: I originally saw the fork easels at
The Feathered Nest.


13 comments:

Dorthe said...

Hi,
what a great way of displaying old photoes-love it,
and thanks for the tutorial adr.
Happy wednesday, and hugs
Dorthe

Lynn@ The Vintage Nest said...

The burlap totes are so chic. But sewing and cutting burlap is no easy feat. Happy White Wednesday. xo

Ana said...

Hi Barbara Jean,
Must say that now I'm very curious about "the little vintage sweetness." And the other tresures you found in an old trunk. Can't wait to hear more! Oooo, and I'm going to see if my fella makes me one of those beautiful fork easels...What a great idea. Thanks for sharing today.

Hugs and Kisses,
♥Ana

Lululiz said...

Barb, I love those fork easels, they are amazing! Your fella is so clever. I wonder whether I could get my fella do make me some..... hmmm

Olde Corps Primitives said...

I LOVE the fork easel...what a fun thing todo with old vintage forks. Very creative

Nice and Easy Antiques said...

Hi Barbara! I think we have been playing with the same toys this week: pictures and forks! The pictures I transformed already but the forks still waiting...can't make up my mind! Thank you for the lovely visit...(loved your tutorials, by the way! :)

Cabin and Cottage said...

Sweet old pictures on your fork easels! Happy White Wednesday! Thanks for your visit!

Pattie said...

Very cool! I have some forks I can do that to. Thanks for showing this project. I came over from Beyond The Picket Fence.

Dee@FrenchBleuVintage said...

Oh Wow!! I love those easels - I could really use them with my WW post this week. Thanks so much.

Cindy Adkins said...

Wow, all of this is amazing!! And love the burlap bag with the rose...I sure hope you're feeling better!
Hugs
xox

Cindy Adkins said...

Oh wow, Barb,
You had a tea party today--that is so exciting!!! I am so happy and I hope you're still trying to take it easy--I know, it's almost impossible, huh?

And can't wait to hear your story...I bet it's awesome!!!
Love,
Cindy

Becky@Beyond The Picket Fence said...

OM goodness, you have been busy, love them all. I never have success with the fork easels but may need to try them again. Thanks for linking up to Beyond The Picket Fence's Under $100 Party!

Lori Katies Rose Cottage said...

Barbara Jean ~
What wonderful treasures !
I am excited to go over and see the
tutorials too :)

xoxo
Lori