I love vintage lace. 🙂 I have a stash of lace trims that I found at an estate sale, and I love using these trims to decorate everything. My supply is starting to run a little low so I will have to replenish soon though! I decided to dress up some plain flower pots for our front “porch” (not actually a porch at all).
I just started with a few plain flower pots, some that were thrift store finds, and some larger ones that I actually found at the 99 Cent store! I measured off enough lace to go around the rim of each, and glued in place with a glue gun. I used a different type of lace on each size pot. I filled the smaller pots with various succulents, and the larger ones with geraniums. I love the finished result, decorating the area around our front door!
Another one of my recent projects: our front door. The previous owners of our house for some reason thought it would be a good idea to paint the front door (and other exterior doors throughout the house) with a streaky red paint job. It has bothered us tremendously ever since we moved in. We have been debating how best to tackle the issue for a while now, and I finally decided to do something about the problem.
We were originally planning to paint the whole house green, with white and purple accents. As crazy as this may sound, I like a purple door with a green house, but I do not like a purple door with a cream house. I didn’t want to paint over the ugly red paint with the purple I was planning to use as a temporary fix, and instead tried out a sample of the green I was planning to use for a tree mural. We ended up loving the color, and have since changed our exterior color plans. We are going to go with white with green accents, which means the door color works out fine in the meantime, until we have the time to paint the whole house. 🙂
I also sculpted a floral cross for the door!