Thursday, March 19, 2009

A Giveaway, Crates, Pantry Cakes, and More


Anne over at Seasons Of The Past is having a wonderful Spring Renewal Giveaway.She is giving away some great things, so go on over and check it out!
I finished painting the two crates I got at GW a couple days ago. I still not sure what I am going to do with them yet. I think I will put some primitive grass and strawberries in the smaller one that I painted black. For now I just put some eggs in it . I still need to get some primitive grass. I'm not sure about the large crate, but I'm thinking out front on my little porch area with pots of flowers in it . I just sat the pantry cakes in it for the picture.Here is something I came up with onTuesday that took me about 15 minutes to think of and finish. I was putting something away in my school closet and my Williamsburg quilt calendar from last year fell off the shelf. I love the quilt pictures in it, so I kept it in case I ever wanted to use the pictures. Well, sitting on the floor in the closet was this large black frame that I bought for my Declaration of Independance, but it was the wrong size. I started flipping through the calendar and picked a quilt that looked very Colonial and then found some fabric that I had that matched well. I painted over the quilt picture quickly with my antiquing glaze and painted a little mod podge on the back. I put the quilt picture on the fabric and into the frame. I love it! I was so excited with this little project! The fabric in the picture looks brighter than it is. It is more of a brownish gold color. I don't think you can tell that the quilt picture is paper. It looks like a stitchery or something.


This is a little bird makedo I made with the floral fabric that I like so much. I think it turned out pretty cute!

I also sewed up this little bag for the wool I got on sale the other day. I like it hanging on this peg board.

Yesterday I made my first pantry cakes and they turned out so good! I was really excited because they were so easy and I love how they look.Thanks Linda , for sharing the recipe! I am working on a gathering that I will be listing on Liberty Hill later today that includes one of the cakes.

I hope you all are having a good week. We have had wonderful weather here. It's feeling like Spring and I'm so happy about that! Have a wonderful Thursday!

16 comments:

Lisa said...

Your pantry cakes look GREAT!! How did you end up making yours? All your decorations look wonderful.

Janene said...

Once again I am amazed at your post!
You have the most unique talent for making all of your gatherings look fantastic.

janie said...

Looks great. Love your decorating.
Enjoy the day, Janie

Wendy said...

I love your quilt picture it looks like a real quilt!!! Great idea!!! I also love your bird makedo I so need of get me one of those!!! And your pantry cakes look awesome!! I am going to make some for myself!!:0) Thank oyu for sharing your wonderful creations!!! Have a wonderful day!~Wendy

Kimberly said...

Well, you're a busy gal! Lovin everything my dear!

(has your sleeve arrived safe and sound...?)

basketsnprims said...

Wow, Janae ~ you've been so busy, love everything you have done. Your pantry cakes turned out fantastic.
Pam

Linda / Behind My Red Door said...

Everything looks so wonderful Janae!! Your quilt picture is perfect and the little bird is precious!! I just love seeing your home!!

carolyn at cranberry crossings: said...

WOW! Your pantry cakes look awesome! I want to make some, but can't seem to find the right type of molds for them. Maybe one of these days!
I also love your crate arrangements. Looks awesome with the eggs in it and sittting inside the bogger one.
And your project with the quilt picture is wonderful too!
Have a nice day!

Cheryl said...

great idea on the quilt picture and using fabric with it. thanks cheryl

wrcdgc said...

Oh my gosh Janae everything looks great. I love the crates and I really love the picture. What an inexpensive prim picture. Hmm the pantry cakes look delicious I bet they smell good. I always love your displays.

Donna

tidymom said...

I made some pantry cakes last fall I think (It's on my blog somewhere LOL) I tied cheese cloth around them! You're look great!!

Love what you did with your calendar picture - I always save my old ones too, but never do anything with them! LOL you've inspired me!

~TidyMom

Tomatoe Creek Prims said...

Hi Janane! Love the great idea you had with the quilt calender picture!
I still have to make those pantry cakes plus put fabric on a round box and the list goes on and on:)
Have a great day!
Rondell

Bittersweet Primitives said...

What a great idea on the quilt picture in the frame. Gets me thinking if I have a picture that I can frame. I will have to look around. thanks, everything looks so great. Sherie

The Whites said...

That quilt picture is just beautiful!

Evreything looks great as usual - Thanks so much for sharing!

Mandy

sonyadawn33 said...

i love your pantry cakes... would you mind sharing how you made them, i have been wanting to make some myself, i bought the mold just the other day, but have not found a recipe

This Country Girl said...

Janae,

Wow! Where to begin? First of all, I love those pantry cakes. Did you use your Pampered Chef to make them? They're great!

And your idea of the calendar page in the frame is wonderful! It does look like a stitchery! It looks fantastic! You're so smart and creative!

Everything you put together just works! I love it!

Blessings,
Tammy

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