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Category: | Unexpected

"A Jolly Vintage Tea Shed!"

Less than £100

it is special to me as it is my bolt hole/sanctuary ... vintage tea room inspired ... with vintage/second hand furniture and tea related decorations ... some from my own collection. I have tried to make the most of the space available. I love crafting ... as Rosie-Lee Vintage we make our "A Jolly Vintage Tea-Time!" vintage china tea for two sets with 2 tier mini cake stands ... we also make our "Tea & Bun-ting" tea cup decorations .. and on a personal level I love to be creative with paper, ribbon and all kind of craft items ... therefore I decided to use all my tea related storage jars and bits and pieces to house my materials and equipment ... so my sweet little shed has become a working craft studio. Coffee jars hold buttons and pins whilst hanging tea cups make quirky pen pots. I am by no means finished yet ... there will be more!

Since it began my shed has evolved and definitely has become my crafting space ... shelves of teacups house my buttons and beads ... my love of crafting has inspired me to make all sorts of items such as candlesticks and holders to teacup pin cushions ... my shed gives me the space, tranquillity and inspiration to come up with ideas for my makes and as well as being involved with Rosie-LeeVintage I am also Teacup&BIRD creative artist ... my shed has given me great pleasure and released in me the creativity that I thought I had lost.

My hubby found this poor unloved shed in the rafters of the wood store at work (Jewsons) covered in bird poo from the roosting pigeons and paid ᆪᆪ50 for it for me as he knew I really wanted one after watching Shed of the Year. Not the most professional of builds having put it up ourselves (novices) but thoroughly enjoyed it. All the furniture is recycled/upcycled and a lot of the decorations are from charity/junk shops with some bits being reused from our house ... and I love it!

Year first entered 2015

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