Wednesday, June 15, 2011

Creamy Roses Lamp

I'm hooking up with Junker Newbie's  "Would You Buy It? Wednesday" and White Wednesday.
Hop on over to these blogs for lists of fun links.  At Junker Newbie's see what people are buying and weigh in on whether or not you would have made the purchase.
I bought this cute lamp at a thrift store.
 It's 11 inches tall and someone has put a new cord on it.
 I love those creamy roses!  It's in excellent shape.
And it was only $4.50!  Right now it resides on the computer armoire in the 
Goddess Room (aka - my sewing room, named so by my Hub).

The same shopping trip I also found this wise little saying.
It was only .50 and helps remind me not to stress out over, well,...nothing. 
It resides in the arms of a favorite teddy bear where I see it several times a day.
What a great reminder!
Have a wonderful day and please go over to Junker Newbie's
and White Wednesday  for all the great finds this week.
Thanks for stopping by!


Lynn@ The Vintage Nest said...

I would have bought that lamp in a heartbeat! It's adorable and chippy and roses and welll...just perfect! HWW too! :)

Anonymous said...

Fantastic finds! Love the quote and the lamp is wonderful (and a good price!).

Thanks so much for linking up at my party!

Cheryl said...

Love your finds and your blog. The little lamp is the fabric roses on it. I love fabric and collage, too, and am so glad that I found your blog!

imsteelefullofscrap said...

Oh yes I would have bought the lamp it is adorable!!!

Home Frosting said...

Great purchases! I especially love the lamp!! Lesa said...

What a darling little lamp. I just love it. Thanks so much for giving my blog a follow - it's so great meeting new bloggers.

I hope you have a lovely weekend.


Barbara Jean said...

Hi sweet friend!!
LOVE your lamp!
And, sure wish I could apply that saying. Would sure save a lot of stress I put on myself. =)


Dorthe said...

Your lamp, is lovely- and the shade perfect and fitting in almost everywhere.
The little quote is wonderful-and just so right :)
if we could only live after that...