Wednesday, June 18, 2008

Whatcha Working on Wednesdays?

Linda over at Behind My Red Door pointed me in the direction of Leslie at My Country Home.She is starting a "show and tell" of what people are doing/crafting/keeping busy with. It's called Whatcha Working on Wednesdays. Here is something I have been working on. I saw one of these little table shelves on Linda's slide show. (you can see for yourself if you look at her slide show that I have posted on my blog) I figured I couldn't live without having one of my own. I put this together all by my little self, if you can believe it. (Shhhh....Don't tell Craig I used his nail gun!! Oh ya, or his saw....) Anyway, It's sitting on my counter just so I could get a picture of it for this post but I don't think I will keep it there for long. Once I get our table cleared off I will try it there! Don't you just love that sign??!! To all future dinner company....consider this fair warning! :):):)


Wendy said...

Great job!! And you did it all by your self!! I am to afraid to use my hubbies tools!! Maybe some day!!:0 Thanks for sharing and I too saw this on Lindas pictures and would love to have one!!~Wendy

Marion said...

Very nice!!
Was it hard to make?

Leslie said...

Very nice! There is something about benches and stools that I just love so I can see why you wanted one of your own :)

Thanks for participating in my little "Whatcha Working On Wednesday" :)


This Country Girl said...


I love your table shelf! And you did it yourself? I'm impressed...I leave the building to my husband! You should be proud of yourself! I can see it decorated all sorts of ways for different seasons! And yes, I do love that sign! Too funny!

Have a great day!

lera said...

Wow! I am impressed!!

The entire display looks like something my mother and sister would have/do have in their homes (minus the lovely shelf)!

Anonymous said...

O.K. - I'm the only one who isn't surprised I guess! I knew you had it in you and all your work looks incredible. Whoever's reading should see the rest of her house! Too Cute!

Gettysburg Homestead said...

What an awesome little shelf! And to think you did it yourself. You should be very proud!!!

P.S. Thanks for the email.


Tomatoe Creek Prims said...

Love that sign! I've never seen one like that before:) Be proud of yourself on that wood shelf really neat.

Blessings Rondell

Julie said...

Cute, cute!! How did you make the legs? I think I can, I think I can, I think I can....thanks for sharing. Julie

Primgal55 said...

Everything looks great!! I love a woman who uses power tools. You did a great job all by yourself. Love the sign too!

hugs, Linda

Andrea said...

Darling! Your home must be a little treasure trove of fun stuff like this!

Tracey @ozcountryquiltingmum said...

Hi. so pleased that you found me, that way I can visit you back. This is lovely, loved the little shelf and the goodwill patterns were a steal.
I was a kinder and prep grade teacher once, I love that age, they are beautiful. Tracey

Black Sheep Lisa said...

I love that! I have been wanting to make one myself. I have a pattern from The Wooden Nail.
I have that same sign too!
I found your blog through Leslies.

Primgal55 said...

Good morning!

Tag your it - stop over to my blog to join in!

Hugs, Linda