On a recent photo shoot for A Primitive Place & Country Journal magazine, I saw a cabinet that I fell in love with. The cabinet I saw was filled with Ironstone. I thought when I saw the cabinet that I would love to have one like it someday. Well, yesterday Jeff and I walked into a great primitive store called the Rabbit Patch Cottage which is located in our hometown of Herrin, Illinois. The first thing I saw was the cabinet I had been looking for. I could not believe my eyes. After some serious thinking, I decided to get it. I placed it in the sun room. I did not have any Ironstone to place in the cabinet so I decided to group most of my vintage quilts together in the cabinet. This is how it turned out.
I love how it turned out and love all the different colors and textures that the quilts add.
On another photo shoot for A Primitive Place & Country Journal magazine, the homeowner had a wonderful collection of candle molds. I decided then that I would love to collect them. I don't know about you, but I am sensing a dangerous pattern here...LOL! These candle molds are hard to find in my area and are quite expensive. Today at a local antique store, I came across one. It was not in the best shape and it was pretty rusty, but it was only $11.99. I decided to get it and after I cleaned it up I decided it didn't look too bad.
So, what do you think?
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"Our lives are like quilts- bits and pieces, joy and sorrows, stiched with love."
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