If my head were veal, which I know it is not, how much would it be worth? Oh, never mind…here are some more shop shots. And at last count these pictures were worth roughly 465 words.
I’ve had the framed handsome man forever … and at such a low price, you could toss him and keep just the frame.
That tape measure from England is 40 feet long. Su suggested that I price it a dollar per foot, but it’s much cheaper.
My colorful side…Today I watched in dismay as a customer dismantled this entire display then walked away empty-handed, leaving everything in her wake in disarray. Luckily I was still around to pretty it up again.
The art I used on that particular altar candle is from Hudson’s Holidays. Lots of great digital collage sheets to choose from.
The bookshelf under that houndstooth case sold yesterday. It was one of the reasons I ran around picking up furniture today and did a quick little altering of the space. But it was actually fine that the bookshelf sold. It was virtually empty. That’s how low I am on smalls right now. The houndstooth case is from a tailor in Hong Kong. The story I was told is that tailors shipped their alterations to customers in these cases. Don’t know if it’s true. But I’d be happy to accept a delivery of just about anything if it were in such a cute case.
Another one of my girls…I’m sure she’s lonely, since her twin was adopted well before Christmas.
Another bit of color… This display makes me happy. And ready for spring.
Stuff I’ve had for a while, just rearranged.
It’s Texas. And soon we’ll be out on our porches…
So today while I was out rounding up some furniture (a story I’ll save for my next blog), I went in one of my not-so-favorite stores. I don’t like it because it bores me. I need eye candy. There may be some really cool stuff there, but I can’t see it because of all the craptastic displays. Seriously. I left with a songbook (more irony…buying things that aren’t selling right now), a couple of other books and a travel clock. I found an awesome chunky frame, but it wasn’t for sale … another one of my pet peeves. Surely everything has a price. And if it doesn’t, shouldn’t you just keep it at home? I picked up a pair of retro sunglasses at the same shop … NFS…WTF? I do understand why people who deal only in smalls mark their display pieces NFS, but sunglasses? A frame? I give up. And from the looks of things…so should they. Now that I’ve been so tacky, my good Karma will probably come to a screeching halt. Oh, well. I’ll take my chances.