Friday

"Sew" Perfect!

I have finally finished one of my many projects going on right now. First, I have some great news! I sold my first two pieces of furniture! :) Which means I can start working on some more pieces. I'm so excited to see where this will lead. Anyways, I stumbled upon this little table at the Goodwill for $15. It doesn't look too bad in the picture but the top definitely had some damage so I fixed it up with a little paint and then gave it some distressing to add a little character.

Before...



and after! This space seemed so empty before but now this table fills it in nicely.




and I just love this picture, I'm not sure why, maybe because I have a love for all things beachy? I found it at the Goodwill for $2.98 and it's signed and everything. It looks almost like a watercolor. I'm not sure, but I like it :)



SURPRISE!  It also houses a wonderful old sewing machine.  I was so excited when I saw this part.  I had the man in the store plug it in to make sure it worked and much to my surprise it worked like a charm!



I would have easily paid $15 for just the side table but I was so amazed to get such a good deal for both!  It made my day!


Happy Friday!  I hope to finish up most of my projects this weekend so I can share them!

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Furniture Feature Fridays

8 comments:

Teri said...

What a find! The refinishing is beautiful, and it looks great set up the way you have it. :)

Linda said...

What a amazing makeover...looks outstanding! Hop over to enter my CASH GIVEAWAY and check out my new NIFTY THRIFTY PARTY.

Blessings,
Linda

Rosie@Journey to Charm said...

I stumbled across your blog, and glad I did. I have that exact same sewing machine, except with a couple of extra options. It was bought in 1969 by my father for me when I first took home-ec and learned how to sew. He paid about $80 for it. I have used it rather consistently since then. For the past 30 years I've been saying that as soon as this breaks down, I'm buying a new one. lol. The old thing won't break down! If you need instructions on how to oil and lubricate it, just email me at rsdrl925@yahoo.com. Rosie

Patti said...

I like how this looks in your corner,,but what really caught my eye is your wall treatment - just gorgeous!!

Boosie said...

Thank you all! Rosie, I would love some more info on how to oil it! I will be emailing you soon. I have a newer machine but I would love to be able to use this one as well!

Scott and Rebekah said...

How did you advertise that you had the furniture for sale? Craigslist? Word of mouth?

Boosie said...

For now, I am using Craigslist and I have some business cards that I try to pass out as much as possible to get it spread through word of mouth.

The Ballard Family said...

Hello! I am new to your blog. It was featured on Three Men and a Lady (http://windhula.blogspot.com/) and now I am spending the day snooping through your stuff lol! I just bought a "table" from the Goodwill this weekend for $6.99 and found it to be a lovely sewing machine similar to yours. It works and everything! for $6.99! I can't wait to paint it and find a place for it in my home! Great Blog! Thanks for all the inspiration!

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