Getting ready for the Nada Farm sale, I am nervous, excited and doing the last minute “run around like a chicken dance”, but I was able to take some pictures of some of my goodies for you. My awesome friend, Anne, has the kids for me so I can get those last bits finished up. Oh, and if you are coming to shop, feel free to bring shopping bags to donate. We are going green and reusing! I have been working hard sewing and making Handmade Goods and Art and other fun decor items, like these hand-painted pillows with lace and Foxglove flowers painted on them.
I really enjoyed painting these distressed ferns on these pillows after sewing them. I adore how they turned out and will go so well together, or are cute a part.
This frame was created with chicken wire and a vintage frame. I made one for my girl’s bedroom as well. It’s a great way to clip on photos and notes or art.
I added some of my bird art for display purposes, and I am going to use them also to display my prints for sale.
I love upcycling clothing to give it a new life and a brand new look. I re-purposed clothing and added lace and other fun pieces to make them pretty and wearable.
I had fun with this cute, pink skirt and added a horse stencil on it. I love how it has a farmhouse look, but pretty and unexpected.
I played with this man’s dress shirt by removing the collar and adding fabric rosettes. It really has a brand new look! I love adding little touches and making them new again.
This botanical art was added inside of a vintage ladder. It makes such a cool statement piece for the wall! It’s almost 3 feet wide!
I had fun creating this mixed media shadow box with sheet music, moss and vintage graphics. There is even a little key tucked into the moss.
I made this fun clock canvas art that has a great vintage vibe.
I really enjoyed making this butterfly mixed media art too as a part of my handmade goods and art. I want to find a way to reproduce this.
I also have these fun canvas bags with vintage graphics that are perfect for carrying around all of the goodies you find at the sale.
These hand stenciled pizza cutting boards make such a great housewarming gift and kitchen wall decor. I am in love with this vintage graphic on top. If you don’t want something so fancy, this chalkboard cutting board is a great way to write notes or a grocery list in the kitchen.