Sunday, June 23, 2013

Sweet Salvage Summer Lovin! -- June 2013

The Sweet Team put together another Sweet Salvage event called Summer Lovin'.  I have some favorites among the many pictures I took and here they are!
Love this gray table backed by a window and blue shutters.  Those urns were fabulous!  And think what you could do with holiday decorations in those!
 This gray cupboard is really nice.  I should have snagged it!  Nice display piece!!
 Nice glass decanters backed by an American flag.  Pretty nice!
Loved three things in this display.  The cloche on the plateau with a small scale on an old book.  The industrial bulb cage.  And the lamp made out of old pipe fittings!
Another great lamp made from old pipe fittings!  How cool!
 Another favorite is this cabinet of curiosities!  You could stand there quite a while and not see everything in that cabinet!
 I bought one of these industrial storage drawer sets.
Am going to create one of these for my booth soon!  This is way cool!  Love it!
 Love all this wonderful crochet cotton and string in this wire basket.
Rusty the Dog!  He was a hit and sold quickly!!  How stinkin' cute!!
The printer's trays, old books, boxes, etc. make for a great curiosity display!
Neat, neat 8 drawer wood chest in a great color!  The enamel bucket is good and rusty!  And that candelabra is way cool, too!

Another great event at Sweet Salvage this month.  Next event will begin on July 18 through July 21!!  Looking forward to it already!!  Thanks to Kim Rawlins, Katie Cryer Hibbs and the Sweet Team!  You did good!!


Stampindamour said...

Pretty eye-candy!!! ♥

-pamela ;)

Bohemian said...

Judy... you're back in the Land of Blog, hurray! So good to see you and Gail at the Event and you captured some Beautiful Images! I came Home with that Royal Family Tin in that Curiosity Display Myko had Created. Also Glad you 'Scored' that Amazing Painting of the Cabbage Roses as Melrose Vintage... you shall have to show us where you're displaying it at Home!?

Dawn... The Bohemian

Sweet gang! said...

Thank you "Sweet Judy" for another fabulous post! Yes I believe if there had been 100 of those beautiful rusty iron dogs everyone of them would have found a home!!