I want to introduce a new blog series I've been stirring around. It combines photos with everyday things and places that inspire me creatively, like the typewriter above. It will give me a chance to practice my photography skills while I glean ideas from everyday life. I'm hoping to post weekly, and maybe the photos will get better as I go along.
One thing that inspires me is a flea market. It is exciting to see past an item on a shelf, and envision what it can be. Sometimes I wonder about the life of an object.
Whether it's a re-purposing project, or a decorating idea, flea markets and thrift stores are treasure hunts for me. Here are a few things that have caught my eye recently.
I'm a sucker for a cabinet with lots of drawers.
Who doesn't like frying pans filled with knobs...
and trays with more knobs?
These bowls have stories.
Tiny jars have much potential.
They can hold homemade glosses, bath salts, and salves.
Such character in these old tins.
Quilts are one of my favorite things to find. Vintage quilts are a treasure indeed.
Unfortunately they usually come with a hefty price.
One treasure I did score was four yards of this 60" poplin above. It's a bit quirky, and I love it. It combines everything I adore; shabby chic colors, toile, and a vintage feel. The SHAZAM moment was when I learned the original price was $25/yard. I got four yards for $7.00!
So where do you find creative inspiration? Do tell!
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