Isn't this so cute? She made the liner out of burlap, and then stenciled on a piece of osnaburg and stitched it into place. It's such a great way to freshen up these useful old carts. I personally use one as a laundry basket.
She also took this fabulous, but newer, basket and gave it a great vintage feel by adding upholstery webbing and a stenciled number. Adding a number to anything automatically gives a piece a vintage look.
Not only was she sewing, stenciling and thinking of creative ways to sell our wares, but she was also stripping and refinishing an old wicker table I had found at a garage sale. This little table had a terrible white top with some sun's stenciled on it. Mom of course new right away what to do. It looks great!
We hope you come see us this weekend up at Elkhorn Antique Market in Elkhorn Wisconsin. The market is on Sunday. We are in location #1357. If you can't make it up to Elkhorn, stop by next week at the shop, we'll be open Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, the 18th, 19th, and 20th. For more information on Elkhorn, visit the following link. http://www.nlpromotionsllc.com/