Saturday, October 31, 2009

Scotty Pink & Blue

Ok, I got the little coffee pot and the metal basket painted "Scotty Pink & Blue"....
So what do ya think?
I love spray paint!

Barbwire Art....

OK, so this is too cute & would look cute in my Aljo, don't you think?
I spotted it in a model home but the agent had no idea where it was purchased. Bummer!
Wonder if I could re-create it using some of our scrap barbwire....but where can I find the iron cowboy bronc busting.....

Sunday, October 25, 2009

More Trailer Crafting Fun.

Here I go again......give me a can of spray paint & I will find something to paint! lol! The next time you see these items(first warm day I am heading out to the Man Cave) they will no longer be these colors....The tall coffee pot was originally yellow, I painted it this soft green, now I think I will paint it pink just for kicks -n-giggles!
The lime green basket was white, I painted it green to match the decor in my SCAMP trailer which I no longer have so the basket will become Ocean Blue to match the blue in my Scotty trailer.
As for the little yellow coffee pot, I am thinking pink with blue polka dots! It will also go into my Scotty.I LOVE spray paint! This is my newest pillow case that I made for my Aljo trailer, Gracie's Victorian Rose. It is a sweet westerny flannel with wide ric rac & my 'Sisters on the Fly' ID number embroidered on it.
I am so glad I have an embroidery I can embellish everything I sew up for my trailers.
So like daddy always said..."if it moves salute it...if it don't..paint it".
Happy Trails to you...

Tuesday, October 6, 2009

My Last Post.....

Oh my Stars! has it been that long since I last posted here on my trailer blog????
We have had such a busy summer with laying irrigation lines, and house guests that poor hubby & I just have not had time to work on the Aljo, so she sits naked as a jay bird out in the Man cave....I have managed to whip up a few crafty items to decorate my Aljo with....and here are two of them....the picture frame was a white plastic faux wicker picture frame....I tossed the goofy picture and painted the frame red...I will either put a mirror or nice picture in the frame. Now the tin match keeper I found at one of my favorite vintage/antique shops, and for only $3....needless to say, I painted it, decoupaged on a piece of Roy Rogers & Dale Evans fabric and then glued on some rhinestones....pretty glammy, don't ya think?