Your first quilt. A collection of scarves. Tatted doilies. Grandma’s plates. Your infant’s favorite blanket. Mom’s smocked toddler dress made from feed sacks….
Tell your own story with your collection of favorite things on this sweet decorative shelf with hanging bar. Painted in Annie Sloan’s Louis Blue chalk paint, lightly distressed and hand waxed. Solid wood.
The front and top of the shelf are embellished with the pages of an old book with text and illustrations from stories such as “At Grandma’s Farm” and “Margery’s Thoughts.”

The hanging bar features 39″ of hanging space for linens or quilts.
approximately 42″w x 7″h x 6″d
No longer available.

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13 thoughts on “the "tell your own story" shelf

  1. Beautifully done! I've pinned this to my “Paint it Annie” chalk paint inspiration board! And, I'm a new follower! Not only is your work lovely, but your staging and photos are perfection! I look forward to seeing more from you!
    Best Wishes and Blessings,


  2. Such a pretty color, but I love what you did with the pages of the old book. I've gotta do this now on SOMETHING.

    Now following you, so please, please come follow back.


  3. Absolutely wonderful! I love the color and the light distressing. It looks fantastic with the quilt and old dishes.

    Thanks for linking to Time Travel Thursday. I hope you'll join the fun each week. Be sure to stop by tonight, and see yourself featured! 😉

    Liz @ The Brambleberry Cottage


  4. Thank you, thank you! Haven't had a chance to say it yet, but I'm working on a featured section to link back to you and say thanks! Have enjoyed your blog and linking up! –Analisa


  5. Thanks so much! Following your “paint it annie” board and love to see all the different applications of such an amazing product! Working on adding a “featured” section and can't wait to share a link to your inspiration board!


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