Tuesday, March 4, 2014

Old Trim Fencing and Decorative Knobs

Yesterday, Old Man Winter graced us with his presence with more snow and frigid temperatures.

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With temperatures in the single digits, working on projects in the garage yesterday wasn’t going to happen.  So, I worked on little projects inside the house.  One of the projects that I worked on were these crosses.   

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I made them with some old trim fencing that I picked up at a yard sale last summer.  I placed a decorative knob in the center of each cross.   I made six of them which I hopefully will take to my booth tomorrow. 

I completed a couple of other little projects and will be sharing them soon……even a Pottery Barn Knockoff!

As always, thanks for stopping by and I hope you have a wonderful week. 

Gail

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Coastal Charms for Nifty Thrifty Tuesday

11 comments:

  1. Love these Gail! These are Beautiful,
    Snowing here in Wisconsin today. So ready for Spring!
    Can't wait to see more of your projects.
    Have a wonderful week!

    Sandi

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  2. Hello Gail,
    With Easter coming up, these should go fast. I am working on some for my booth too. When you get a chance, please e-mail me at coastal.charm@yahoo.com I have a question for you...thanks :)

    Blessings,
    Linda

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  3. I bet those will fly out of your booth, Gail- especially with Easter coming up. Love them!!!! xo Diana

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  4. The crosses are beautiful Gail.

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  5. Fantastic Gail! They will fly off the shelves.

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  6. They look great, Gail, and perfect for the upcoming Easter holiday.

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  7. That was a great "cold day" project!! Looks like you got a lot accomplished - I'm sure they will be fast movers out of your booth.
    Jane

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  8. Love this project! Just beautiful!

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  9. I'm sure those crosses will sell fast. They do around here anyway! The ones with the metal flowers on them, especially. I love that you are sharing projects again, I missed your posts for sure! :-)

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  10. Those are really pretty, Gail! We are buried under snow here, too...

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