Sunday, November 10, 2013

Snowing

Well the rug is fixed! Not bad you can see it but it is better than
a hole.

We woke up to this! A little early but very pretty.

Last night we went to an auction. as you can see we did ok!

I believe the santa is 50's , the basket I am not sure if it is shaker
or not it has wood handles on the top. Great shape for 5.00 it was full
of oldish embroidery things that are going to the thrift store.

This old rug no one wanted I got for 5.00 I love it but
really do I need another rug????

I went to tractor supply with husband and found these little lights
6 for 4:99 plus and extra battery for each one. I wanted to
country them up a bit. the cup has melted wax.


I tried painting it on not great.

So I threw the rest of them in the cup and then in the bag of spices
better. Next time I will use glue instead of wax but it worked.
I like them better than just white.
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I hope your weekend was a fun one. Have a great week!
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The older the fiddle ,the sweeter the tune.
Irish proverb

18 comments:

Kim said...

Whoa! I saw a few white flakes in the air this morning but they quickly changed to rain. I'm not ready yet.

Primitive Stars said...

Hi Cathy, wonderful fixing there on the rug, looks great to me.......What fine goodies there you got at the auction, love the Santa and that rug wow!!!!! So pretty.........your flickers turned out great to, I tried the wax then spices, not to bad but guess the glue would be better.......Keep Cozy, Francine.

Julia said...

The snowy tree and yard looks priceless and so beautiful. The snowshoes will come in handy.
I think that I'm getting weary of cold weather as I age. I always feel cold.

Nice finds. I really love those vintage Christmas ornaments. They will look so pretty on your tree.

I hope that you have a great week.
Hugs,
JB

yaya said...

Snow! Yikes! It does look lovely..especially out YOUR window! Ha! Good finds! I never thought of doing up those little lights like that. I bet they will smell good when turned on!

Rugs and Pugs said...

You did a wonderful job on the rug!!! Love the vintage rug, too. Fun Santa.
The snow is beautiful, but I'll let you keep it :) Did it melt during the day?
Hugs :)
Lauren

Willow said...

The snow looks pretty , between seeing the snow and the Santa you found I am feeling a bit festive !

annie said...

great post, I love the Santa!

Judy said...

The snow is so pretty. We should be getting some too--any day now.

BumbleBeeLane said...

I never fair well at auctions always wonder what I spent all that money on...smile.. Love the snow shoes and of course the snow! Warm Blessings! Amy

svelteSTUFF said...

When you find something you love, is it really ever a matter of 'need'??

Julia said...

I just had to come back and say what a great job you did on repairing the rug. I can't even tell that it was damaged.

It dawned on me after I had posted a comment last evening but got side tracked and forgot. My brain is getting tired...

Hugs,
JB

CraveCute said...

Snow is so pretty,helps to set the mood for the upcoming holidays. What hole? Your rug fix looks perfect! Love your country fix for those votives, think I will try something like that. Have a great week!

The Paisley Studio/Sarah McNamara said...

I'm not ready for snow . . . Great finds. Love all the Christmas stuff. Hope David is feeling well. Sarah

Tiggeriffic said...

Snowed here in my area of Iowa.. It was so beautiful~! Good job on the rug.. looks much better.. you are very handy..
have a tiggeriffic day..ta ta for now from Iowa:)

~Lavender Dreamer~ said...

The repair looks very good...not even noticeable now! And I love the rug you got at the auction, what a great deal! It's fun to start finding some vintage Christmas things, too! I can't wait! Hugs!

DM said...

Such a talented Lady...great job on the rug. Love the new rug. What a great idea with the little lights...I would never have thought of that. Snow! Yikes....too early but oh so beautiful from your window. Postcard photo.

Grandma Yellow Hair said...

OH wow Snow and in November. Blows this Texas gals wee little mind. lol
It is lovely though looking at it through your window and long distance. haha
You are so busy and I love what you did with your lights and saving the rug.
So happy to hear David is better. I wish I had known sooner it makes me feel bad to think I did not know about David being in the hospital for so long. I always have you guys in my prayers.
On your comment about snakes not being poisonous in your area just gave me one more reason for wanting to live there. haha
Love ya
Maggie

Raymond Homestead said...

Pretty view out the window, although I'm not ready for the snow yet!