Between the craziness of Spring fever at school
(the kids-and staff-getting ready for Spring Break next week),
getting ready for our own trip to Europe,
and still fighting the flu/cold that won't quit,
I managed to finish a few projects this week...
and a bit of Spring organizing.
Taking my extensive little collection of Limoges and dainty china out of storage, washing, and finding a place to display takes a few days.
This year, I also decided to "wallpaper" the back of the 1970's built-in cabinet in my dining room. I have been meaning to paint it for year, but somehow haven't taken the plunge.... so when I ran across this shabby chic roses wallpaper at an estate sale (although I don't think it's very old), I knew instantly what I wanted to use it for.
Since I don't have room to display all my little pieces, I take turns rotating them.
It brings me joy to look at their dainty little flowers whenever I pass through our dining room... the instantly brighten up a gloomy day.
The baby image is from my collection of vintage photographs...
She got her fairy wings and graced the tags with her presence...although each one is a little different.