Wednesday, November 18, 2009

Vintage Wedding Bride & Groom Violin

Thanks to cindy at My Romantic HOme and Show and tell friday. I love vintage. This creation is made with a Vintage Violin at least 100 years old, vintage bride and groom, vintage lace and ribbon. Nothing says romance more then being seranede by an orchestra or a single violin player. Hope you enjoy this as much as i enjoyed creating it.


The Chateau of Remnants said...

Oh my very pretty! Thanks for stopping by my blog!


Nancy @ La Chambre Rose said...

Sheila, what a beautiful way to keep a treasure for another 100 years! That would make the best centerpiece for the bride's table especially for a couple who play the violin. Thanks so much for stopping by my blog. It means the world to me!!!

Cathie said...

Very lovely and sentimental. Thank you for visiting me.

Leann said...

What a wonderful creation. So very romantic!

Enjoy your day!


Audra said...

This is so beautiful! I have never seen anything like this before, it is sure to be a much desired addition to any romantic decor! Thanks for stopping by my blog and commenting, it really made my day!

Amy said...

Hi Sheila,
Wow, what a gorgeous violin! My daughter played violin when she was growing up. I will have to show her this special one. What a totally creative idea you had. I just love it. Thank you so much for sharing your treasure. Amy :)

Glenda/MidSouth said...

How pretty! Thanks for sharing.

Sandi@ My Yellow Door said...

Oh my goodness, it that ever pretty! I have my father's violin and I've been wanting to paint it white but because he passed it on to my son, I am not allowed to paint it. Sure would love to though! I love yours; thanks for sharing.


TinyBear said...

What a beautiful creation.
Thank you so much for visiting over at my place.
have a lovely day
~ Tina

Sandi said...

Hi Sheila,
Had to pop over and check out your blog after you left a couple sweet comments on mine. The violin is so pretty! Hope it isn't a strat! lol

fitty's pinky rose cottage said...

very pretty! i like them.. thanks for sharing..

Anonymous said...

What a beautiful and unique treasure!! Thank you so much for sharing it with us!

You asked about the little lamp shade in my post and ,yes, I did make it. I hope to post a little tutorial on it this week if you are interested in knowing how to make one of your own!

blessings for a happy THanksgiving!

ann at greenoak said...

what a great idea!!! have fun blogging....i enjoyed the slide show too....cheers....ann