Hi Bella :) What a terrific treasure you found while out garage sale-ing! And you've given it such a fantastic makeover...I really love it! It is beautiful!Warmest Hugs, Brenda
He should know better by NOW! Isn't it amazing what a paint job can do? Great transformation! I'm glad to hear the weather transformed a little too! Jacqueline
Oooh, its so pretty! Nice paint job!
Oh wow! Your mirror is just stunning, and I would never have guess that it is plastic! I thought for sure it was carved wood! Love your transformation. Hard to believe that someone would want to part with it!
Bella you had done a wonderful transformation! Very chic! Have a good weekend!Wanda
That turned out beautiful! I love it!!
It is beautiful! I would just adhere the roses with hot glue. I saw on another blog that a lady uses a thimble on her finger so she won't burn herself! I loved that idea! It has saved me from being burned all the time!Carol
Thank you so much for stopping by Bella, your blog is beautiful! ~Sam
This is absolutely gorgeous! I love that you added the roses!
thank you for your visit and commentYes, I live in a beautiful place, a paradiseyour blog is very beautiful, I love it!hugsJuju
YUMMY~LICIOUS....just lovely ! Our favorite flower of course, Rose
Opps...meant to ask you...what Brand and "color" of paint did you use to paint this please...looks like a "chalky" type..which is perfect for most of my projects.Rose
Thanks for checking out my blog. Your blog is gorgeous; love all your things!!! Yes, I am close. I am in Brush Prairie, Washington. Do you have your own shop? Love your gardens. We have also have a picket fence and lots of the same flowers. Love the David Austin roses. We have 2 large rose gardens in front of our picket fence. I am new to blogging, and this whole new world of talented women is amazing. I am constantly inspired. Looking forward to following your blog and adventures. ~ Julie
Your camera looks like it takes amazing pics. I am shopping for a new one. Can you share which camera you have? Thanks much!~ Julie
Wonderful transformation! The fresh roses look so lovely on it. Enjoy the blue skies and warm weather.
NICE MIRRORS :)Have a nice dayHåkan
Dear Bella,wowwwwwww!!! This is absolutely gorgeous! I love that you added the roses!!!!!Thak you for lovely comment!!!kissssssss <3Daniela Dream Shabby Chic
It's GORGEOUS. What a find!!!
OH WOW, what a gorgeous mirror frame. I would have picked it up and had tears streaming down my face at the garage sale, being so happy to find such a beauty. You did a great job on painting it and putting the pops of color on it. Wonderful... Sheila
Bella, such a pretty mirror.. I would drag the mirror everywhere I go rather than regret doing it later.. teehee.. the mirror looks pretty after a coat of paint!.
Hello Bella;Thanks so much for stopping by my blog and leaving the lovely comment about the camisole. Wow Seattle sounds like my kind of place, I hate heat (I know how sick is that) I dislike perspiring or having the sun burning down on my skin..ugh~Oh and the mirror is gorgeous, you did a fabulous job and created a treasure, I'm feeling inspired!Tina xo
Ohhh so lovely photos, and this mirror so beautiful!Kathrine
Hi Bella,Great transformation with the mirror! I would have never guessed it was plastic either...it looks like wood! I love it with the new paint job...a definite improvement. The roses look lovely on it too; I suppose you could use silk roses and hot glue them on if you wanted to keep that same look.... I'm inspired now to try and do something with my rummage sale vases that are still sitting in my spare bedroom!
What a beautiful makeover and what a gem of a find! I never would have guessed it was plastic. I thought for sure it was metal, plaster - something heavy. It looks amazing now!Jeanine
what a find!!!! gorgeous!!!!
Incredible. Who would have thought? I'll sure think twice next time I see something plastic and dismiss it as ugly. You made it so lovely!
I love it especially in the staging you used for the photo with the real roses...
Hello, dear Bella,Love your mirror transformation, so very pretty and romantic. The real roses are charming with it, too. Enjoy the rest of your week and weekend, my friend. Love and blessings always~ Vicki
Your mirror is just beautiful.I am so glad I found your blog- I am now a follower, and I plan to get caught up on previous posts.Stop by,LauraWhite Spray PaintI am emailing you a photography question because I have the same camera.
Looks beautiful!!!!! i love that you also added some color with the other roses!
Ok, wowwww, I'm speechless!!Wowwwwwwww!Fra
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OOOHHHH MYYYY WORD!!! Again... sooo beautiful!! I don't know if you can tell that I loooove roses from my blog, but they are my favorite flower!!You did a great job painting and distressing the mirror and I love the mix of the fresh flowers as well!!! I think you need to submit your photos for some kind of contest or card company or something!! You really do amazing work!!! Any pointers??? :))Love it all~~~~~ Michella ~
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