Tuesday, June 14, 2011

A Great Weekend and a Birdcage!

First of all what a great weekend!

I have been working on my 30 year reunion for pretty much a year 
and it truly was the best
reunion EVER!

Ask anybody!  
We had so many people show up and it was a blast!

If fact everybody said I should start my own party planning business........

Ha, I couldn't handle the stress!! 

I have over 100 photos and I thought today
 I would show you all of them......
And explain who each person is!
Now doesn't that sound like a rip roaring time!!

**insert cricket noise here**

HA I kid!!


Back to what we're all here for!!

See that birdcage, back over there among all my other junk....


One of my Good Will finds.
It's wicker, and it was tan.

It took about a million cans of spray paint to get all the edges.

I took a piece of cardboard, some sheet music
and joined the 
MOD PODGE PARTY!!


CUTE!!!!!


I added some treasures to it.......

I made one of those them there cloche
things everybody is always makin.....
Except mine is in a birdcage,
without the glass dome thing.
Sooooo, 
really, it's not really 
one of them cloche things......

How do you say that word anyway??



OH AND GUESS WHAT..........



It's about time my pretties showed their faces!!!!


SUMMER IS HERE!!!!!

22 comments:

  1. your peonies are gorgeous. for some reason my peonies never bloomed. so glad your reunion was a lot fun.

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  2. Cloche - sounds like closhhhh. Your birdcage is so pretty...good job!

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  3. I loved your comment on my blog. Too funny. I love your cloche idea without the "glass dome thing" Who needs one anyway. Looks very cute in the bird cage.

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  4. Love it! It looks great. I really like the sheet music with the old books.
    I'm your newest follower. Hope you can visit me sometime.

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  5. I´m glad you found my blog. So welcome and enjoy! :)

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  6. Very cute birdcage, love the little nest you put in there. Happy WW!

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  7. Your birdcage turned out so nice! I love it. Worth the effort to get that darn paint on. Thanks for stopping by today!

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  8. Hi Jane,
    Thank you for stopping by:) LOVE how your birdcage turned out. I know what you mean about the spraypaint. lol I always buy double of what my husband tells me how much I need;)
    ~Debra xxx
    Capers of the vintage vixens

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  9. Love the birdcage...cloche :) Laurel

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  10. Great job on the birdcage, looks good. And your peonies are beautiful. Thanks for linking to Beach Cottage good Life Wednesdays.

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  11. I love the birdcage! You did such a nice job on it. And I love your peonies! The light pink color is so pretty.

    Have a great day.
    Pam

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  12. Hmm...the top 12 comments already said it all...BUT I simply HAVE to SAY it AGAIN...The BIRD CAGE IS TOOOOOO CUTTEEEEE!!!! xoxo PC

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  13. Love, love, love the pink peonies. And your birdcage-cloche turned out great, Jane! By the way, over years of trial and error, I've discovered that short, gentle sprays, in a back & forth sweeping motion, tend to cover surfaces like your cage, without creating too much overspray and wasting paint. The other option is painting with a brush...NOT! ;)

    Thanks for linking your creation to the party. I love seeing your latest projects.

    Blessings,
    Liz @ the Brambleberry Cottage
    http://thebrambleberrycottage.blogspot.com/

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  14. great birdcage redo and lovely flowers! Have fun at your reunion

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  15. J'adore your very cute birdcage Jane! And are those pink peonies blooming so pretty for you? How fabulous!
    -Marie

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  16. Love what you do with junk.

    Thanks for stopping by my site and commenting.

    Your flowers are lovely. Now I have peony-envy!

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  17. Love your birdhouse!! And peonies, I am a sucker for peonies! I'm patiently waiting for mine to open...
    Jo-Anna

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  18. Love your peonies xx Ava ( great photos too )

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  19. Hi Jane, thanks for popping by my blog :) I'll see what I can do about those sinks wink wink! Love your pink peony's, mine are white with a pink vein in them and they fell before I could enjoy them this year. Sad. :( But I'll enjoy yours this time! Lovely!

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  20. Hi Jane!
    What an adorable birdcage cloche thingy HA! I love your sense of humor!
    I painted a wicker chair once and was astonished at how many cans of spray paint it took!
    love your peonies!! - Mine popped last week and as always that means a thunderboomer arrives and knocks them to the ground . . . it did and they did :-(
    Anywho - I enjoyed your post and will be back again soon!!
    XOX LYnn

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