Thursday, September 16, 2010

Little vintage cupboard

One day BellaMomma told me about an old cupboard she spied at a yardsale. It was an old children's cupboard- meant for play. It was white. It was chippy. But she didn't have the $15 on her at the time so she left it behind and asked the seller to hold onto it for her. She would be back.

Or her daughter would happen upon the same yardsale soon after and swoop up the cupboard. And in my defense- it was like a week later.

I'll leave a little space here to insert the comment that I know is coming sometime today. I bet she tells a different story. Love you, Mom.

I brought it home and put it on an old vanity, BellaMomma bought for me a long time ago. That seems ironic or funny or sad or wrong or something like that.

But here it is. Please note the paint-by-numbers on the top. Apparently she was going back for that too. Oops.

Vintage cupboard goodness


Green planters

Vintage jars

Little cupboard 2

Did you notice the old jars?


Theresa said...

PRECIOUS! Well, it IS still in the family:) Beautiful!

Have a blessed day! HUGS!

Karen said...

What a cute posting! I love what you've done with the cupboard and that paint-by-number piece is wonderful! I also like that way you have displayed at old photo inside the jar. Sure gives me some ideas!
Have a wonderful day.
Ladybug Creek

The Rocky Creek Scotties said...

This is just precious - I love the old Scottie figurine and the picture/embroidery in the jars. You are such a clever decorator.


Bea said...

I love it! And what a great idea for the jars...

Cheyenne said...

I love it! Those jars with the photos and linens is a great idea too!

Elise said...

All's fair in love and junkin', right?!?! So cute!!

texasdaisey said...

I love it! That could be used in so many ways! What a great find!

Kim's Treasures said...

It's perfection! It totally says Kim V all over it...wait that's me...Kim V! LOL! You did a great job with it!

Serendipity Woman said...

Ohhhhhhhh....that is so sweet.
I loves everything about it...I am glad your mama is doing ok, I have grown to love her.
Now..the jars with the pictures and country and cute.
So now I gotta go wash some old jars I bought the other day for a song.
great ideas...
blessings to you and mamabella
glenda xoxo

Kathie Truitt said...

You have the best ideas. I'd have never in a million years thought to put a tea towel or picture in a mason jar. you got me thinking.

I'm getting excited for October (wink!) You'll be a hit.

Anonymous said...

hi all