This somewhat twisted candle stick includes (of course), a vintage baby doll head, a pink melamine cup, figurine sans heads, and a plaster flower. I believe my next in the series will include some red and gray - so many possibilities!
I did some shopping last weekend and came upon some GREAT candlesticks done by Dee Dee Walters, a local KC artist who taught me how to do mosaics. These Trinkets and Treasures candlesticks by Anthropology have been a source of inspiration for many who want to put their own spin on the project.
I decided to give it my own go and here's the finished product, complete with baby head and baby leg.
Now, I want to see Sharon's take which will involve fake blood and a zombified baby doll to be certain!!
Kavi came across Thistle, a great vintage shop at 329 Southwest Boulevard, and just knew I'd love it - she was right!! What struck her - a shop owner who offered her a hot cider when she walked in the door, great styling by both color and theme, and fun merchandise.
This vanity was revived with fun, neutral-toned houndstooth paper.
I picked up some mosaic ingredients and will definitely be back soon! Find Thistle on FaceBook HERE.
I recently moved to a larger space at Mission Road and needed to beef up the inventory. I also needed some taller pieces to add height to the space. I lucked out with this tall shelf. It's made of doors and it's HEAVY!
The new jelly cabinet looks great beside the stencil.
I added lots of smalls . . .
And here are a few things I didn't take home with me.