Knick of Time Tuesday #45

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Welcome back to the 45th
Check out these features from last week’s party.

Christie @ Three Pixie Lane
shares her search for just the right lanterns to hang
in their beautiful dining area.  She found a pair
that reminded her of the gas lanterns hanging in the historic district
of their old homeplace in Charleston, SC.
I love the combination of vintage style with modern elegance
in her kitchen and dining room.
Pam @ House of Hawthornes
shared her wonderful collection of vintage cameras.
Be sure to go check them all out – I love the baby Brownie the best!
shared her first attempt at reupholstering a worn out vintage chair.
She did a beautiful job!  Be sure to visit her to see the before and after
and get a closer look at the composer-theme script fabric she used.
This feature made me do a double-take!
shared this industrial stool that needed
her reviving touch to make it look fabulous.
I did a double-take because I have nearly the identical stool.
Mine had some damage to the backrest, so I added some
antique papers to mine to “fix” the problem.
shared these wonderful “vintage” cans
she created with some labels she printed out and the cute
metal handles she added to the cans.  LOVE them!
She also made the wonderful hook rack to hang them all on.
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  1. Angie, thanks for hosting! Have a great day 🙂

  2. Thanks for hosting and THANKS for featuring my cameras. I was so excited when I popped over this morning and saw my photo.

  3. Great features, I going to have to go check out Kathy’s chair. It looks gorgeous! Thanks so much for hosting.

  4. Thanks for hosting! Such fun features!

  5. I can’t believe that chair is a first effort! Thanks for hosting. ~ Maureen

  6. Thanks so much for hosting Angie. Love your features especially Pam’s camera cloche and those covered hanging cans.
    Didn’t mean to link up twice, sorry about that:-)

  7. Angie, the features are stunning! From Pam’s cameras, to the dining room, to the CANS!!! Only in my vintage antique world are cans cool. I love it when other people think cans are cool, TOO! Thank you for hosting, Andrea B.

  8. Thanks for hosting! Glad I checked back and found everything all fixed! Love those cans…how cute…great recycling!

  9. Great features Angie and thanks for hosting.

  10. Great features Angie, love those cameras! Love your post. I bought a vintage one that is a similar color. Still deciding what to do with it.

  11. thank you so much for featuring my vintage stool, i love yours! Im going to try to find another one an maybe use them at a kitchen island!

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