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Duck Egg and Old White Side Table

Posted by on Feb 10, 2013 in Uncategorized | 12 comments

I am ready for Spring.

I love the budding of the trees, the daffodils popping from the barren earth, the longer days. . .

but, nothing compares to the joy I feel in the Spring when I see the first yard sale sign go up!

My Saturday morning started with a quick cup of coffee, waking up my 13 year old daughter (former yard sale despiser turned yard sale lover) and heading to the Episcopal church for the White Elephant sale.

I had seen the signs for the White Elephant sale for a couple of weeks. My heart skipped a beat when I saw the first sign go up.

This is the first sign in my hometown that yard sale season is about to begin.  It will start slow.  Just a few sales here and there.  Herds of people will attend those first sales.  The faithful yard sale crew that have patiently been waiting all winter.

In just a few more weeks, every major intersection in town will direct me to one of a dozen sales.

I found some amazing treasures at the church and actually found one yard sale on the way home.  I guess they had seen the signs for the White Elephant sale and figured they would get some traffic from it.

I will share those treasures this week.

Along with a tutorial for a burlap wreath.

For today, I share this.

Side Table Feb 20137

We have had some sunny days.  Perfect for painting.

My family wishes that there were more of these “perfect for painting” days.  I literally have furniture on our front porch because my garage is too full!  I am sure my neighbors think I am some sort of fruit loop.

Side Table Feb 20133

I love the combination of Old White and Duck Egg.

Side Table Feb 20132 The plans are to decorate my master bedroom at some point this year.

I think it is going to have to include some furniture in this color combo.

Side Table Feb 20134

Please tell me that I am not the only one with this yard sale obsession?!

Life to the full,

Melissa

Sunday

Southern Hospitality

Under the Table and Dreaming

I Heart Naptime

The DIY Showoff

My 1929 Charmer

The Tablescaper

I Should Be Mopping the Floor

 

 

Monday

Cowgirl Up

Mod Vintage Life

Between Naps on the Porch

Home Stories A to Z

A Stroll Thru Life

Uncommon Designs

 

Tuesday

Elizabeth and Company

My Uncommon Slice of Suburbia

Primitive and Proper

Cozy Little House

 

Wednesday

Savvy Southern Style

Shades of Amber

Someday Crafts

Beyond the Picket Fence

The 36th Avenue

 

Thursday

Imparting Grace

The Vintage Farmhouse

Freckled Laundry

No Minimalist Here

The Charm of Home

From My Front Porch to Yours

The Shabby Creek Cottage

 

Friday

My Romantic Home

French Country Cottage

Tatertots and Jello

Miss Mustard Seed

Common Ground

The Shabby Nest

Liz Marie

Craftberry Bush


Saturday

Funky Junk Interiors

Six Sisters Stuff

It’s Overflowing

 

 

 

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12 Comments

  1. This turned out just beautiful!!! Love all the distressing and the 2 colors are perfect!
    XXX

  2. Oh Wow, this one is really awesome!

  3. This is so pretty, well done

  4. This is SO pretty! I just love the color combination you chose. I can’t wait for Spring either… bring it on! Thanks so much for sharing at Monday Funday!

  5. I love yard sales too— I need to HAVE a huge yard sale though unfortunately.

    Macie and I went to Simply Southern on Friday to check it out— what a neat store!!

  6. Those two colours are perfect together!

  7. Love the effect!

  8. This is absolutely gorgeous! Love the color and the finish you gave it! <3

  9. You are definitely not alone. Nice work on the table. Such a pretty finish.
    Liz @ Quriky Vistas

  10. my favorite is that flat robin’s engg color – LOVE the cream with it!
    BLessings
    http://www.16ballsintheair.com/2013/02/happy-ash-wednesday.html

  11. This is GORGEOUS!

  12. You did a beautiful job on this table! :) My heart skips a beat too when I see signs for sales like those. Megan

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