Friday, July 3, 2009

What I've been doing at...





It's been awhile since I've posted

about this great little antique shop

that I get to be part of.


Pretty mirrors




It's always fun to do a *new * look.

My 4th of July tribute.





Did I ever show you my sign?

I made it before (like hours) the spring sale.


I love how it turned out.


I used an antique headboard,


a resin rose swag, and had the vinyl letters made.


Perfect for me.




There's always room for roses.



Hop on over here to see more...


Talk to you soon,


Rene'


14 comments:

vintage at heart said...

Beautiful...you have the most amazing vignettes!!! So talented and all of the vintage goodies are just the icing on the cake!!!
** May you and your Family have a wonderful 4th**
(I hope your sweet hubby is doing okay.)

jAne said...

So beautiful - everything - always - it's just *(you)*!

Praying for your dear hubby <><

jAne at tickleberryfarm.blogspot.com

Sweet Old Vintage said...

Absolutely stunning. I so love your sign.....Have the best holiday ever.

Pauline said...

'There's always room for roses', I like that :o) that is so true. What a great shop!

Becky said...

Rene, I love ya man! You just put me at total ease looking at your post. Your look is exactly the look I want to achieve in my space. Thank you for this post and thank you for taking the time to help me. You have blessed me and now may God bless you!
I hope you know that I will be carefully studying your post over and over again.
And do know that if you ever wish to visit my Shabby Old House you will be my honored guest. And if you ever want a FL. getaway you can stay in our www.roselakecottage.blogspot.com as long as we are still here that is. lol
Hugs
Becky

Barb said...

Rene',
Thanks for coming by.

I love your pics, especially that shelf with the music paper background.
What a great idea, and i just put a big shelf like that in at the store!

Also love you sign.
Very beautiful.

blessings,
Barbara Jean

Cori G. said...

You are so brave to do that to an old headboard, by the way, it is beautiful!!!
Me, I'd be too chicken to paint my old oak furniture, but every time I see some painted I have to admit, I'm tempted ;-).

I hope you all have a lively Fourth.

xoxo Cori

Sandi said...

I just adore your headboard/sign!! You are so creative and I love everything you paint, alter, create etc. etc...LOL
Blessings~

Annelein Design said...

I just have discovered your weblog. Your pictures are very inspiaring (hope it's written well). It's a pleasure to look at them.

I haven't read your blog completely but understand that it isn't well with your husband.

May God give you the strenght but also the joy to get throught this period of time. And that your husband may get well.

God bless,
Willeke

ROSE VINE COTTAGE said...

If I walked into your store and saw your space I would go crazy!! I love it and you are so talented!!!!! I also love your sign it's simply perfect(; I hope you had a good holiday!
Hugs~Kelly

Cori G. said...

Hi Renee`,
I put a post up with a picture of my full headboard. it's a very simple design, but it is Oak. I had no idea they made furniture out of Ash at the turn of the century.
Oh, by the way, the interior of your daughter's car is BEAUTIFUL! They certainly don't make things like they used to, do they?

I hope you have a wonderful day.

xoxo Cori

fairmaiden said...

Your 'Miss Gracie's' sign couldn't be more beautiful...it is so perfect...I love everything about it!

You know Idaho is not that far from Northern Ca. so maybe one day I will make it to one of your barn sales. Me & jAne could come together.

Just a little something from Judy said...

I wish, wish, wish I could visit this shop that you are a part of! The beauty and creativity of it, make it a place I know I would LOVE to browse for hours. Love the sign.

Rose Garden Romantic said...

So lovely!! I love white! Wish I could shop in your booth!
Michelle