Monday, November 10, 2008

Meet Dusty & Nick the Chalkboards


I am ALWAYS a Happy Camper when I can introduce a 'new concept' to ya's----I am loving the way that these turned out---they are paper clay heads on vintage antique bottles that I turned into chalkboards---yes---true---Nick is on an Amber Glass OLD Hylex Bottle and Dusty is on an Amber Glass Antique Clorox bottle---both were primed and then chalkboarded----they have a piece of wire that holds the chalk and they can be erased over and over and over again with new sayings on the front----I am diggin' that about them most I think--both are getting listed on the Bay tonite---BTW---cold as ALL GET OUT here lately---totally not ready for any of that shinanigans----love the snow---it's that bitter cold that RIPS right through ya that I am not so sure that I am liking at all----nope!!!

7 comments:

Doreen said...

Good morning!!!! It is COLDDD here in VT....how is it at your house????

LOVE your new chalkboard folks ....they are great!!!

Hugs,
D

Countryfolk Keepsakes said...

HOW ADORABLE!!!! :> )
Yep, we're freezin' our rumps off in these parts too. Brrr....
~Peanut

BirchBerry Farms said...

Mornin' Girlies!!!

WELLLLLLL, that's great----MISERY LOVES GOOD COMPANY---I forget how attractive the Long John look is---YIKES!

Deb's Country Crafts said...

OMG Renee it's snowing out really hard right now here! I'm not ready for this white ___! Really cool chaukboard guys, you always have such fun ideas! Hugs to ya!

Kelly~MysticalEntities said...

OMG how awesome is that!!! Too think I still have my paper clay sitting in a bag...LOL I know I could`nt create something as beautiful.

BirchBerry Farms said...

I see that Miss Deb---here too---I am jamming to Christmas music and working HARD to get UP for the NB show--I can hardly wait to see you guys!

Kelly---go get that clay and let's get our hands DIRTY today--- it is super GREAT therapy my dear---almost better than sex----okay---I said ALMOST!

Country*Road*Primitives said...

Your chalkboards are great Renee! It is cold here on the mountain, but I doubt it is as cold as MN... I don't know how you gals survive there! I'd be living in my johns for sure ;) xox