Tuesday, November 23, 2010

I purchased this old metal tray at a consignment shop on Saturday, for 1.00.

I sprayed it with antique gold spray paint and placed it on my living room wall unit, in front of a vintage mirror I have had there for many years.
I placed some of my glass and gold striped votive holders, and some little glass votive holders from the attic. I added a few glass balls from last Christmas.
Just a simple way to recycle and add a touch of warmth to my living room.


On Thurday we celebrate Thanksgiving. We are blessed that we still have that privilege.
I am thankful for each of you in blogland. You continue to bless my life in so many ways. Happy Thanksgiving to you and your families!

8 comments:

Debbie said...

What a sweet comment you left on my post! Thank you so much for sympathizing in my plight :D
Great job on the platter. You only need add a little greenery to move from Thanksgiving to Christmas.
You're thoughtful and creative!
Happy Thanksgiving

flutietootie said...

Nice. Without the background mirror, it will be a nice centerpiece. Thank you for sharing.

Country Dreaming said...

That is really pretty!

Happy Thanksgiving to you!!


Melinda

lindsey said...

This is beautiful Judy...you are so creative with your ideas. our As you say this gives a lovely warm atmosphere to your room. I pray you will enjoy a great Thanksgiving celebration!

Sassy Granny ... said...

How could I let Thanksgiving roll in without a visit to your warm & hospitable cyber-home? I'm not surprised to find welcoming light in the form of candles; and likely you've got some goodies to share as well? I can almost smell cookies ... and warm cider ...

Yours is the quintessential celebratory hearth!

Thank you for the rich friendship (and ever-gracious blog comments) we've developed this past year. It's among my many thanks-givings.

Blessings upon you & yours,
Kathleen

Judy ~ My Front Porch said...

You made something beautiful out of the mundane...once again! You seem to see the potential in things others discard...and give them a new 'life'. Thanks for sharing.

Pat @ Mille Fiori Favoriti said...

Beautiful! You always have such nice creative ideas, Judy!

I hope you and your family have a very happy and blessed Thanksgiving!

Charli and me said...

Beautiful post and beautiful craft! I also love candles. I think they are so warm and inviting as I imagine your home to always be.

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