I’m continually on the hunt for chargers, but I find them mostly more expensive than their worth (to me, anyway). Do you agree that they’re oftentimes overpriced?
And, when considering storage, do we even have room for chargers in our cabinets? My goal when adding to the current oversupply of things, is to only add items of versatility.
Did you notice these chargers in Chirping Into Spring – last week’s tablescape?
I recently noticed plastic serving platters at Dollar Tree. My ASCP wheels were turning! The question was color. Light blue? White?
White won the toss. Nothing is more versatile than white, right?
One coat of Pure White on the under side wasn’t quite enough.
The second covered everything well, though. The grid indentations are only underneath, not the front.
The front side is smooth, which is good.
Plates scraping against them won’t scratch off the paint.
Speaking of versatility, I have another project to share.
As you know, since January, I’ve painted several things. I haven’t shared these ceramic platforms specifically, but you’ve seen them in many posts. I used them for a long while in their natural crackled finish.
I found them while antique browsing with PAM and HBD – well, they were browsing. I was spending. (Shh…HH doesn’t have to know.)
I’m enjoying the chalky look of no wax.
To refresh your memory, here are a few of the platform pictures you’ve seen in posts. The most recent was Chirping Into Spring I mentioned earlier.
They made a good stacked backdrop for My Friend G’s Strawberry Muffins. I like the platforms best when stacked.
They’re often on the table beneath the newly revised and painted French Country Plate Shelf.
There were more, but you get the idea. You’ll see them plenty in the future, too.
I have two more painting projects on my to-do list this week. But first, some sewing projects! Do creative ideas keep you in a spin, too?
Don’t you love the versatility of white?
I’m sharing today at Metamorphosis Monday. Join us, y’all!