Tuesday, August 21, 2012

Today in the Workshop

I spent a good part of today in my workshop.  It felt good to have tools in my hands, because it has been quite a while since I had the time or the inclination to build anything. 

What was I working on, you ask?

My friend Janet (of The Empty Nest) used salvaged windows to help decorate the walls of her new shop.  She had some windows left over, and she asked me if I would use them to make a mini greenhouse for her. 

I delivered the greenhouse to Janet at her shop this afternoon, and she squealed and hugged me when she saw it.  I'm really excited to see what she does with it.  Since she's such a chalk paint magician, I have no doubt that it will be beautiful when she's finished. 


  1. Nice!!! Be sure to share it when your friend works on it, too. ♥♫

  2. Oh- I LOVE it- You outdid yourself this time, Connie- It is great!!! xo Diana

  3. Now that is an inspiration for a sweet mini greenhouse!! Hugs, Linda

  4. This looks great. I think I need one!!

  5. Beautiful, can't wait to see what Janet does to it!!! :)

  6. Dear Connie,

    Stop sugar coating my reaction...tell these folks the truth.

    I squealed....hugged....squealed again...hugged some more...danced a jig...clapped my hands in delight...squealed a third time...you get the idea ;->

    I LOVE IT!!!! Be prepared to build more, because folks are going to want these...trust me!

    You da Bomb!!!!!

    Many..many thanks

    Janet xox
    The Empty Nest

  7. What a completely adorable greenhouse! I am in awe!

    I would love for you to link up this wonderful post on Friday's Favorite Pin!
    Have a blessed day.

  8. Okay... I am thoroughly impressed... blown over really. This is gorgeous!!!! No wonder she squealed with delight. I would too!

    Cindy at Rosehaven Cottage

  9. Genius!!! Can't wait to see it post chalkpaint!!

  10. Is there anything you can't do? lol

  11. Just wanted you to know I'm featuring this on my Saturday favs- Have a lovely weekend- Claire


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