Tuesday, February 17, 2009

2nd Time Around Tuesday

Thanks to Diane for changing things up a bit. Now she is hosting Second Time Around Tuesday. I posted last week and didn't realize that she was taking the week off. As usual, I am a day late and a dollar short.

Second Time Around will be for anything you have that is not really new-but may be new to you. Such as an antique store or flea market find, something from a garage sale or estate sale,
something from a thrift store, something you inherited or had given to you or something you got free that someone discarded.

My contribution this week is a piece of an old tin ceiling. I love the look of cracked and peeling paint, but for some reason, the original piece didn't appeal to me. I stripped the tin and put on a coat of weathered wood. Then I put a coat of Ivory paint on and topped that off with some antiquing. I hung it on the wall above my bed. The close-up photo shows a little more of the detail. Sorry for the crooked picture.

9 comments:

  1. Love it, Ms. Hare! That crackling gives that piece such character. It definitely has a story to tell.

    Hope your weekend with your friend was wonderful!

    XO,

    Sheila :-)

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  2. Hi,
    I love old architectural pieces like this!

    thanks for linking to 2nd Time Around!

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  3. love, love, love it!!, architectural pieces are one of my favorite types of repurposed art. i did a piece with old molding and vintage glass door knobs.
    marie

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  4. I LOVE it! Happy 2nd Time Around Tuesday!

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  5. I LOVE IT.Fabulous job.Don't feel lonely.I posted last week too.AND I didn't know things had changed.At least YOU knew that...Ann

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  6. Oh that is a great piece. I like where you hung it too. Enjoy!

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  7. Great piece! I love things like that - so much character, and imagine the stories it could tell!

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  8. That is a wonderful piece! It looks great above the bed. Love the details.

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  9. Love the tile. I enjoy visiting old buildings that still have this vintage look. Jenna Louise

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