Thursday, June 9, 2011

Boy - Was I a lucky duck

or what! I was thrifting at my local haunting
place when I came across this little gem. There
isnt even a crack on her!  As much as I despise
plastic - I was determined to take this home.
She cost me a whopping $1.00. This
little beauty is 5.5 inches high and 2 inches
wide.  Just perfect for one of my future
apartments. Something hung from the mirror.
See those slits on the left side.  I guess the reason
why the prior owners got rid of it is because that
part broke. Well - that doesnt bother me!
I am anxious to find out what that
piece is and if I could fix that. I also do not know
if I am going to paint it or not. The need to take
one step at a time has arisen here.
 The side view shows the towel bar better.
 This side is empty.
 Can you see the maker. In case
you cannot see it - it has the
copywrite F-P, Inc, China. I havent
had the time to look this company up yet.
 The cute little doors is just one - but thats okay. I
might put a couple of pipes under the sink. Dont know
yet. Anyway if I do - this is a small project for down the
road as I am not quite ready to use the cute little sink.
 I do have intentions of putting a little black bead to
use as a stopper inside the sink.
by conny

Sunday, June 5, 2011

MISS - STERIOUS DAISY

Daisy's makeover is complete.
Right when you think that you know her -
then you realize that you dont. Mysterious
Dasiy as I have always called her is always
changing her hair and sometime she changes
her name. Nobody knows exactly
what she looks like beneath those wigs that
she always wears. This week she is a
brunette, Next week her wig could be red.
Miss Daisy doesnt care. She is always in
cognito when she goes out! Umm......she
wonders if anyone follows her. The next
time that she goes out she will have to make
sure to look at who is around her.
I hope that you like her new outfit. It isnt
embellished yet - I still have to buy some
bows or scrounge around my crafts for some
little pink or brown buttons. Perhaps she needs a ribbon
around her waist. There is still some
of the pink material left to make her a hat or
a parasol. Hopefully next week I will be able
to post the tutorial for this outfit.
 This is what the back of Miss Daisy looks like.
by conny