Last summer I found this old window at a barn sale.
It informed me that it desired a new home...with me.
Definitely not with the other woman who had eyes for it.
I painted the window panes with a mixture of Annie Sloan paints...
Antibes, Aubusson and Old White.
I attached these rusty metal pots with a suction cup to hold my paint markers.
You'll notice that I am currently using the reverse side.
When I decide that I'd like a chalkboard, all I have to do is flip it and hang.
A small cup hook secured the newly dried lavender with a linen tie
and with a strategically placed fan, my office smells quite nice for a moment.
Eau de DogStunk shall return any minute...
After they've stunked up the bedroom.
This was a fun project but it's of utmost importance, too.
I've got to keep my dates posted somewhere.
Don't rat me out to Magoo.
My beloved office fan, modeled after a vintage banker's fan.
How do I love thee? Let me count the ways.
Do you have a weird bend in a wall somewhere in your house?
They are everywhere in our house.
Luckily, my window fit here.
Granted, it's flipped on it's side but who cares?
The lavender smells so good.
Have you tried adding some lavender buds to your vacuum canister?
It really helps with the stink, stank and stunk!