Last December, I participated in a craft show in Middle Musquodoboit where I met Rick Elwood of Ruff-Stuff Woodworking . I immediately fell in love with his distressed frames, mirrors, cabinets. I contacted him in May, and with a sketch I drew he built me this cabinet.
The side panels are made out of an old wooden door that I found in my parents basement! It had been there for years, and had purple paint underneath the white. If you look close you can see a bit of it coming through the white.
I put a little runner I had quilted last year on top, with the same turquoise as that lovely hydrangea button artwork I have (made by a local artist).
There you have it, showing off what I am truly proud of. And how can I stop at just one? Now, I have a taller cabinet on order for my dining room-this could be seriously addictive. Have a great Canada Day tomorrow!