Friday, February 10, 2012

Project Day: $5 Scarf + Vintage Tablecloth

It's amazing what you can do with so little.
Many people think they can't do much to change what they have at home.
I say yes you can!
This hot pink pom pom scarf was on the sale rack at Kmart for $5 this week.
I had no idea what I was going to do with it but I bought it.
Then yesterday I saw this cane lantern on sale for $20.
It all came together then!
I had these cushions made up from a vintage tablecloth I found in Ulmarra last year.
Wa La.
A new look (again) for my white sofa.
Have a great weekend.
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And please keep sending your creations in.
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  1. That looks so pretty! I love a splash of colour. Might have to pop into KMart :)

  2. They look fantastic! love the colours :) also liking your cupboard at the side with mesh on the front.

    Bee happy x
    Have a delicious day!

  3. I love it ;)
    and i am following your beautiful blog

  4. I love it! I am finally returning pink-side, I went off it for a while, but now I can't understand why!

    :) Hazel

  5. Hi Simone! How creative you are! The scarf looks great on your white couch which I like very much by the way! I love changing things so inexpensively! You can't beat $5!!
    Take care!

  6. Has hot pink every failed, fuchsia, cerise, love them all. I first noticed the power points being covered - why are they up so high?? Love Posie

  7. Wow, these little new details add such a nice pop of colour and a fresh romantic look to the sofa! I love the floral pattern on the cushion, it looks great with the hot pink! :)

    There's a cool giveaway over at my blog at the moment, so if you're interested, this is the link:

    Happy Sunday! :)


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