Friday, 13 January 2012

Garden Sieve Noticeboard Part 1

When we moved to our house, the shed was packed full of old rubbish ...but nestling among the debris was this old garden sieve

What could be a more fitting 


It's sat there for seven years, unused, lonely and forlorn
...virtually sobbing its little heart out... 
until I was suddenly seized with the idea that I could 
re-purpose it as a noticeboard.


Could it be a case of ugly duckling turned beautiful swan?

{Helped along with a LOT of loveliness, 
courtesy of Cabbages and Roses....}


And that, my friends, is what I will be doing this weekend.

Oh, and we're off for a baby-scan.
Will it be a girl or a boy. 
I think girl and Himself thinks boy. 
All bets start ....

NOW.



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34 comments :

Cassie @ Primitive & Proper said...

looking forward to the sieve, but mainly SO excited to find out the sex! tell us when you find out!!!!!

Kathie said...

congrats I just hope its a very healthy baby! maybe one of each if your lucky!
Kathie

susan said...

Looking forward to seeing what you do, I have all sorts of stuff left in shed by previous owner. Good luck with scan, here in aberdeen we are not told which sex the baby is (fear of being sued!)

adventuresindinner said...

Girl :-)

Great project that you featured!

2littlehooligans said...

its a beauty:) and i hope you cant see what it is and have to wait for a surprise...but thats just me. we always waited. but how exciting to be able to see that like miracle your growing:)

Carolyn@SweetChaos said...

So exciting! I'm guessing boy :)

Anne said...

How wonderful!!! Congratulations!

(and I can't wait to see what you do with this project either...)

Anne
xox

Country Rabbit said...

congratulations...best wishes for a healthy littl'n xx love the vintage wares...lovely blog you have here x

High Street Cottage said...

Ohhh can't wait! For both, the Baby news and the Note Board. I used Toile on my latest project too this week, stop by to see our desk chair, hugs, tami

Doda Smith said...

The scan is definitely more exciting than the sieve- sorry! But the sieve looks like it's gonna be cute too!

OOOH boy or girl....can't wait to hear!

PS>(drop by to blog tonic cos they are giving away one of their punches-I know you like them!)

Lori said...

GIRL!!!!!

Karen said...

That sieve is great, I cant wait to see your project. Congrats on the baby and my vote is for a girl!

Loo xx from Jumbles and Pompoms said...

I'm overexcited (again). I cannot wait to see the sieve transformation. Cannot wait I tell you. As for boy or girl......girl. Xx

Revi said...

This is a great piece as it is - can't wait to see what you do with it!
-Revi

Poppy said...

A Boy! :0)

I love it, I will look forward to seeing what it looks like in the end.

Have a lovely weekend

Lou x x x

Full Circle Creations said...

Love the idea of the sieve as a noticeboard. I have several of these...can't wait to see what you do with yours. And can't wait to hear about Baby!

Holly

On Crooked Creek said...

Sarah,
Cute as a button...whatever; girl or boy! But, please...don't keep us in suspense!!!
Fondly,
Pat

Life love, clutter and other beautiful things. said...

Can't wait too see the result of your project! How exciting re the bubba! We have a scan Monday morning but hope it won't show the sex! Lol xox

xx Nicki (home bird)xx said...

Congratulations!!

Looking forward to seeing the sieve re-purposes although I do love it exactly as it is.

Nicki
X

Shelly @ Life on the Wild Side said...

Can't wait to see the final result . . . on the garden sieve AND on the baby! ;)

What are you craving? Sweet or salty? I firmly believe that if you crave something sweet, it's a girl. Salty is a boy. I could tell you stories . . .

Michelle @Shellsshabbyshack said...

Looks like a gorgeous project underway!

Oh Sarah, I am horrible at guessing but whatever the sex is, I pray your little one is healthy.

For fun... I say, girl!

Xxxxxxx Shell

Greta said...

Gotta be a girl...I trust your "mother intuition." :)

{Bellamere Cottage} said...

Can't wait to see your finished project. I, too, have one in the planning phase. Better get to it, right?

Ahhhh... what an exciting day for you.... will be waiting to see the results. Have a daughter myself......full of joy, and a grandson......first boy in the family forever.... and love him to BITS.

xoxoxo
Spencer

Alison @ The Polohouse said...

Oh how exciting!
I remember those days like they were yesterday! Now my girl is 16 and my baby boy is 18!

Enjoy. Cherish. Relax!!!
I am thinking girl... just an instinctual gut reaction to your question!

You are blessed whatever the outcome. :)

Cannot wait to see what you will do with the sweet sieve.
A

Posie Patchwork said...

Oh gorgeous garden sieve, neat work to repurpose it to anything. Congratulations on the baby, just found your blog, love it!! Pats to tummy, love Posie

GLENDA CHILDERS said...

I was pregnant in the age where you never new if you were having a boy or a girl. It was a lovely surprise after labor.

But, how nice to be able to plan accordingly.

I love your creative mind. Can't wait to see the finished product.

Fondly,
Glenda

Laura said...

Everything soooooo wonderful here!!!
Gotta be a girl..hope so...mmm..hope you both are happy and smiling and healthy!
Hugs from Rome
laura@RicevereconStile

Mimi said...

As long as it's healthy is all that truly matters. Can't wait to see how your project turns out. Have a wonderful weekend!

Sally Lee by the Sea Nautical Cottage said...

Can't wait to see this when it's done and thinking it's a girl :O)

Hugs,
Marie

Kellie Collis said...

How exciting! Hope your weekend went fabulously, Kellie xx

Erin S. said...

Girl! Girl! Girl! Girl! Don't you have all boys so far? What a cute sieve, by the way. I love it when someone's "left-overs" are actually cool...

lisaroyhandbags said...

how exciting! I vote girl. :)

michelle said...

I can't wait to see what this beautiful swan will look like! Have fun at the scan, I am thinking girl for some reason!
xoxoxo

lizzybradbury said...

Ooooo, either way the baby will be lovely ;-)

I'm very interested to find out the transformation of the garden seive - I remember my parents having one in their garden shed....

Lizzy x

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