Well, if you've been following along, you know we've just finished moving into our new home.
Things have been in complete disarray...
and I've tried to be very selective in what stays and what goes.
At first, I was brutal.
But, after a few weeks have passed,
I find myself going back into the
are you ready for this?
dragging things back out
because I just can't get rid of "it" yet.
I know, I know...
"but what if"
You know the one...
"...but what if I need that fabric for something"
"...but what if I think of a way to use that old basket?"
Take for instance these vintage drawer pulls.
They have been packed away for at least 40+ years in my stash of stuff.
That old saying, "... if you haven't used it in the past, you don't need it now," goes through my head a lot.
sometimes I've regretting letting things go.
So finding a new place for these pulls was a must.
You see, my grandmother was a saver.
She was also a historian.
Everything she felt needed labels, she labeled.
Just look at this:
Toss these babies?
Think, Sharlotte, think...
I just happen to have an old filing cabinet,
and I need a filing cabinet.
It needs a new coat of paint and updated or should I say "outdated" pulls.
Do you see where this is going?
Yep, the vintage pulls were a perfect fit
they really gave my old filing cabinet new life.