Never under estimate the woman with power tools. I love your new creation, and the yellow is so Spring time...What will you put on your new creation.
Well, I made 5 of these today! They are going in my etsy shop. My house just isn't big enough for everything I love. haha.
My old Dad always said "Never let a woman loose with anything powered by electric, unless it's a washing machine, a Hoover or an iron". Ha!
Well, your old Dad never met me! :)
That is so pretty Betsy!
Isn't it fun? I enjoyed making them!
That's gorgeous, Betsy.
Thanks, Deb! Love that upcycling stuff!
I like those things you made, but I cant think of a use for them, unless they are used to keep screws, nails and nuts and bolts in them? Yes? My grandma had cakestands that looked like the ones you made. After she died my cousin inherited them and she now uses them to display her collection of thimbles.
You could set it on your kitchen counter and put fruit on it, cookies, and anything you want. I've seen them in bathrooms with wash cloths and soaps on them, too. The possibilities are endless!
Lovely! I love the yellow...I don't think I've ever seen the enamelware in yellow before. I see you have a few other new pieces in the shop. I wish we lived a lot closer to one another so I didn't have to pay shipping. Oh wait...it's probably a good thing that we don't because I see way too many things I like. lol Have a great evening.
Haha...well, closer would still be fun!
So cute! I'm impressed with your use of power tools. I want to use Cliff's skillsaw, but he won't let me. Lol!!!
I just don't ask first! Lol...I wait til I'm home alone. :)
beauty for little cakes !
Yes, it's the perfect size for that!
Very enterprising . . . :)
I thought so! :)
Looking forward to seeing your creations!
Should be fun!
Ooooo, such a great splash of colour with the black. Love that yellow. Very pretty. And so many possible uses.
If my kitchen was yellow, I'd definitely be keeping one!
Very cute and cheery!
very cheery! :)
Hi Betsy - what a fun day that must have been ... and clever production line coming up. Love the colours and the idea ... cheers Hilary
It certainly was a production line...haha...
Very handsome! I'm impressed.
Isn't that fun!BTW...thinking of you and all in your country. ♥
Wasn't that awful? Several victims (I include the injured) were French, also Americans and the British woman who died started out Spanish so many many people affected. I know that area well as I have a friend who works next door to Westminster Abbey. It is always packed with tourists and of course these days they stand around taking selfies even at 10 o'clock at night so really easy targets. London will keep on going; probably with more ugly lumps of concrete in front of everything and more dates to remember for the wrong reasons.
Yes, so very awful! :(
You rock the power tools with your creativity, Betsy!! blessings ~ tanna
So fun to do....I have a list of projects I can't wait to do!
Love that tiered tray!! Are they in your shop yet?
Yes, they are! One already sold, too.
Well, that certainly worked out nicely!
Not bad, huh! :)
Got your tools at the readyAnd creating steadyWith coffee in towAway you go
Coffee certainly helpsabove anything else!
Hey Betsy,I just wanted to let you know that if you want to see the tea set's new home, I finally found the ideal spot for it. ..especially since I will be using it frequently. :)
How fun! I'll come right over! :)
I'm serving coffee! Stay and chat!And no awards, please! Your comments are my awards!