Tuesday, January 5, 2010

Shabby Old Metal Chair with a Rose!

I found this neat old metal school chair and loved the color...and immediately wanted to paint a rose on it. I then took it to the Rusty Pelican Antique store..I have a space there and if you have never been there you are missing out on a great experience. The decor is fantastic and beautiful wonderful antiques all displayed to give you lots of inspiration.It is located in Richland Washington.Eastern part of the state. So drop by there if you are around our area. So back to painting..Sally


Brushed By An Angel said...

I think it has a simplistic beauty, my favorite kind. Love it.

Kindred Spirit Soap Co. said...

Hi there,
Thanks for visiting my blog!
I love your painted roses!!!
Talk to you soon
Julie, Kindred Roses

TinyBear said...

Hi Sally
Thank you so much¨for visiting over at my place and for entering my giveaway.
happy New Year
~ Tina

Orphaned Decor said...

Hi Sally,
I am located in Spokane and I have my own shop. I have not heard of the Rusty Pelican but I will have to stop by next time I am in town. I have family in Pasco.
I love your roses...much better than mine. Are you self taught? Leslie @ Orphaned decor.

Rita said...

Hi Sally,
your chair is stunning. the perfect color and a gorgeous painted rose. You are a real artist my dear. I'm green with envy as i never could make it with tole painting. bought books and tried my hand at country painting but tole painting (I guss this is what you call the painting technique you use) is way too complicated for me. I'm glad i've come across your beautiful blog as I can thus admire your amazing roses. After all we do have this one thing in common:the love for ROSES!!
Have a great weekend!

Orphaned Decor said...

Hi Sally,
My store's name is Orphaned Decor. We are on 2030 N. Hamilton. We do new, vintage and previously loved goodies. Mostly I have vintage goodies. As you know it is hard to find things like that and they go really quick in the store. I do windows too. I paint pretty much anything that does not move.
If you ever want to put some stuff up in here in Spokane let me know. I have lot's of pink ladies - shabby chic lover's - they would love your roses. Too bad you weren't up here...you could do some classes for us. Leslie

vicki said...

Sally - I LOVE your vintage Christmas post and THAT chair is really desirable! What I would not give for that little treasure! Thanks for visiting my blog and for leaving such a nice comment in my knitted birds nest give away. I had no idea that they would be so desirable! I will revist you again soon!

Vicki (2 Bags Full-----)

TinyBear said...

Hi Sally
About the cup cakes tutorial:
you can use old ones or new ones. Mine are old ones found at fleamarkets, but you should be able to find some in stores that carry bakery hardware too or on ebay. Jello Molds can work too.
Feel free to email me at tinybear@mail.dk if I can be of any help.
Have a lovely day
~ Tina

A Thing for Roses said...

I adore this chair and you are so lucky to know how to paint roses. I wish I had that talent. You left me a comment on my blog, but I couldn't respond as it didn't have an email attached for you. To answer your question, yes, I do have a booth at Monticello. Hope you can make it there sometime soon. Lots of great stuff!



Anne~Fiona and Twig said...

That chair is just perfection, I absolutely *love* it!

I just discovered you by way of...I can't recall! LOL, you know how you just get lost in blogland bouncing from one blog to the next? That's how I found you, and I'm so glad I did. :-)

Have a wonderful week!

QueenBe said...

Thank you for stopping by my blog. SO glad you did, as now I have discovered your blog, which I am enjoying immensely. Thank you also for sharing your memories of your Mom on New Year's Eve. We are alot alike, in that we remember good memories which make us sad, on what should be a festive occasion. SIncerely, Carol

Rosemary said...

Thank you Sally!!
Love the rose! You are an amazing painter.
Have a great weekend,

Barbara Jean said...

I'd love to follow. Can yous set that up??


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