Tuesday, August 6

tea tray noticeboard



 
isn't it nice when something just works perfectly?
 
I wanted a noticeboard
 
I had some cork
and an old wooden tea tray. . .

 
and hey presto I got my wish!
 

16 comments:

KC'sCourt! said...

What a Great idea!
Julie xxxxx

Loo xx from Jumbles and Pompoms said...

Genius. I like the ribbon (is it?) edging. xx

Jee said...

How clever, a good bit of lateral thinking!

Mrs Black the shoppe keeping cat said...

What a great idea! It looks fab. Minerva x

WILLIE........! =^..^= said...

Lovely...Good idea...Though if l had one...ALL the food would fall of...!!! :>).
And, as they say in France....'Entrer'.

Sue said...

An excellent idea and of course if it's easy to get down .... you still have a tea tray when you need one :-)

Ethel Johnson said...

Brilliant...and you could even dangle from the handle...not you, I mean't bits that get lost .Eco Ethel xx

thriftwood said...

Lovely idea ... I have one of these lurking around somewhere ....

Thanks for the inspiration xxxx

nilly said...

Great idea and I love those green paint colours in your kitchen!

OhSoVintage said...

Ingenious!

the vanilla squirrel said...

Perfect......... Brilliant idea x

The Faerie Factory said...

Wow brilliant, what a fab idea ~ Sarah x

Favourite Vintage Finds said...

Fabulous idea! Loving it! xo

Delia Ryder said...

That is a great idea :-) dee x

Winkel's Crazy Ideas said...

That was a great idea! Love the colour of that tray too. Had to smile the other day, remembered your comment about Bruces encounter with a horse fly. I think slightly nutty behaviour is totally in order both for horses and women. My children never saw the horse fly though, so they couldn't make out why mum suddenly ran off. Smallest said: didn't know you could run that fast mummy ;-). We call them "hestebrems" here and l hate the horrid bugs. All the best for the weekend, Pam xx

Winkel's Crazy Ideas said...

That was a great idea! Love the colour of that tray too. Had to smile the other day, remembered your comment about Bruces encounter with a horse fly. I think slightly nutty behaviour is totally in order both for horses and women. My children never saw the horse fly though, so they couldn't make out why mum suddenly ran off. Smallest said: didn't know you could run that fast mummy ;-). We call them "hestebrems" here and l hate the horrid bugs. All the best for the weekend, Pam xx

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