Thursday, January 28, 2010
Sam comes up with some incredibly cool ideas! Very primitive Valentine's dolls. So reasonably priced too, for all the materials and handiwork involved!
Posted by Log Cabin Antiques at 11:51 AM
Some people ask why I sell rusty bedsprings, and this beautiful heart attached to one, shows why I do. Paula just consigned some wonderful items that are made from old, rusty finds. Very creative
Thursday, January 21, 2010
Tuesday, January 19, 2010
Thursday, January 14, 2010
Someone once told me about putting some of these glass insulators over little mini lights, and I have been waiting to try it. I saw these pretty glass insulators at the auction Tuesday night, and here they are! I put them over my little star lights.
Thursday, January 7, 2010
Yesterday was the Dover antique market which is held on the first Wednesday of the month. What better way to spend a cold winter morning than browsing through all the dealer's booths? This is a cool, cool, cool leather bag full of old cobbler's tools. I just love the look of the whole thing together and the little tools are just so neat. Imagine the history of some cobbler using these to repair shoes? Also inside the bag are little leather soles, and various other pieces.
Posted by Log Cabin Antiques at 11:09 AM
These are one of Vickie Jean's creations. They make the neatest silicone bulb products. These little hearts slip on right over a mini light bulb. I have a strand of them wrapped around a red berry garland. Also on the mantel, I have some pretty ruby red teacups that came with no saucers. I put a little tealight inside and they really look pretty with the candle burning inside!
Posted by Log Cabin Antiques at 11:05 AM
On Sunday, I moved some of the furniture around. The workbench is now in the middle of the floor. I just love this piece. I sold it once, and was very sad to see it go. The guy who bought it decided to sell it a year or so later, and he called me first. I went right down to Haverhill and got it back!
Guess it looked too good there, because it is SOLD!
Posted by Log Cabin Antiques at 10:56 AM