What do you have/use that’s cool and rustic — and maybe even repurposed? Tell us your stories! Here’s what our teamies had to say on this subject!
I have been creating elaborate and simple paintings on plain or ornately hung can lids for years now; I like to decorate, with foods in queue for dinners, to furnish my home using things I already have or acquire through basic living.
Here is an example of my artwork that can function as a fan pull, wind chime, garden tag, or holiday ornament depending on the hanging or mounting system.
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I love the little gift boxes I get from other shops with items that I purchsed –adding a bit of old lace and a gemstone flower and voila — we have a cute little trinket box or to use for your gift giving.
Get ready for romantic lighting in your old fashioned farmhouse and cottage.
There are 3 candle holders. When I was a child my mother said prayers with a silver candelabra with the lights off.
Jim grew up on a farm. We still have several old farm implements that are truly rustic and rusty. This old hay baler hook was found in a beautiful house on several acres. The whole inside of the “shop” walls were just full of wonderful rustic, antique, and rusty implements. We’ve kept some, and few have found their way into the Lazy Y.
We specialize in creating custom inspired designs for any theme including Rustic and look forward to designing a frame for your next picture perfect moment! We have two sections of our shop dedicated to custom framing including frame designs for any theme occasion, destination, or cause for celebration! Frame your moments and share them with the world!
Many thanks for all the cool entries!
Until next time,