After going through my pile of grain sacks.....
The bench went from this
If I had room for it in my house I would have kept it for myself! The grain sack was perfectly worn and soft and I love the typography!
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Love it! The before was a bit scary :)ReplyDelete
What a difference...such an improvement! Love it!ReplyDelete
Love it, I seen it in your booth & I think it looks great! Dee from My Painted Stuff.ReplyDelete
Pinned this cute little bench.ReplyDelete
How cute it turned out... What a wonderful transformation!!! looks so good in that display.... :)ReplyDelete
So sad that you can't keep everything.... :(
It looks great!ReplyDelete
Such a cute little bench! I love this fabric...new follower for you! Come on over for a visit if you have a minute! Nice to "meet" you! Angie @ Swede DreamsReplyDelete
Oh I love it!ReplyDelete
Cute, cute...I want it for my house too :) LaurelReplyDelete
I spied your lovely bench transformation on Tuesday's Treasures link party. I am in love with grain sacks and coffee bean burlap sacks. It's so versatile, vintage and modern all at the same time! Now a follower, and hope you will come by altered-artworks.blogspot.com and say hi!
Fabulous makeover! The feed sack reminds me of my grandparents' farm.ReplyDelete
Wow...it looks wonderful...great job!ReplyDelete
what a great transformation! I love the colors and typography too. 22 pounds of sacks?! what a score!ReplyDelete
What a beautiful job you've done with this! I love it! MeganReplyDelete
Wow, what a huge difference. I love the grain sack, fabulous vignette too. Thanks for joining TTT. Hugs, MartyReplyDelete
That's really cool! And I'm jealous...where does one find a stack of grain sacks like that? BTW, I love the whole setup of that last photo. :)ReplyDelete
LOVE the grain sack!!!ReplyDelete
I have two white chairs I'm decorating. One is a vintage high chair no arms , the other is a side chair. Was thinking union jack on the seats, but i love your grain sack cushion!!!!! I posted chalk board table to Cow Girl UP! Following you now follow me too at www.sewsweetvintage.com
i love that!!!! what a great sack to use!ReplyDelete
What an adorable bench. Beautiful. Thanks for sharing. KarieReplyDelete
I adore this bench! Need to find some pretty feed bags. They don't make 'em like they used to.ReplyDelete
I would like to invite you to link up with us at the Clever Chicks Blog Hop this week!
I hope to see you there!
The Chicken Chick
Wow!!! A big difference. Love the bench.ReplyDelete
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Love it--so cute and what a perfect vignette--thanks for sharing!ReplyDelete
love this bench. i'm your newest follower. come check out my blog when you have a minute at http://sister-number-5.blogspot.comReplyDelete
FABulous Bench! I love it. I'll have to hop on over to your facebook page to learn how you purchased 22 pounds of grain sacks!ReplyDelete
love it, and great job, this is such a fun look!!ReplyDelete
Oh-em-gee!! So pretty!! So jealous you were able to find so many grainsacks - you will be able to make so many projects with them! I would love it if you would share your fabulous bench at my linky Party "It's a Party" here: http://www.settingforfour.com/2012/10/ive-got-big-announcement-today.html Hope to see you there!ReplyDelete
Tweeted, Pinnned and shared on Facebook!
So clever, and really adorable!ReplyDelete
Super pretty! Thanks for linking up to Its a PartyReplyDelete
woow.that´s a great job..it looks wonderful :)ReplyDelete
and do not miss......
it is FUN :)
Håkan ( The Roseman)
OMG - i love this!!! what a cute idea!ReplyDelete
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I featured your adorable bench today on my "IT's a Party' Features post here! http://www.settingforfour.com/2012/10/its-party-time-features-week-10-21-2012.htmlReplyDelete
Thanks for linking it up and I hope to see you at tomorrow's 'It's a Party' again at my blog! Hugs!
Great job. I will be featuring it tomorrow night at my Fall into Fall party that opens at 8pm EST. Please stop by and pick up an I've Been Featured button. Thanks.ReplyDelete
oh my goodness, this turned out so great! Love it!ReplyDelete
I would LOVE for you to link this up at my Ginger Jamboree Link Party!!
An amazing transformation. It is gorgeous. You were fortunate to have found so many grain sacks.ReplyDelete