Thursday, December 2, 2010

Perfect solution


I loved the gas heater when I first laid eyes on it, but it was missing one of its ceramic bricks. The chances of actually finding a replacement were slim to none. Inspiration hit me upside my head this morning when I was looking at my bird nests. Instead of filling the space with an impossible-to-find brick, why not fill it with a sweet little bird nest?

I didn't permanently attach it if someone wants the heater in its natural condition. It would be so cute for Christmas. I am planning to place this in my booth at Betty's for the Open House on Saturday.

Now for the big question: what am I going to wear??

9 comments:

trash talk said...

I find I'm most comfortable in a bow on my rear and glitter in my teeth!
That little stove is precious!
Debbie

" SHABBY JUNK" said...

I use a old gas heater in front of my fake fireplace. Just love them. Much better than the central heat. Yours is really cool .

Yvonne said...

I remember using stoves like that. This one is fancier than any I ever had when growing up. Cute idea you had. Open house sounds like fun. Wear something vintage to match your stuff.

Heather said...

Oh so cute. I think the bird is the perfect touch!

Laura said...

That looks great.
I remember those heaters and wall heaters in the bathroom too.

Good luck at the Open House!

Laura
White Spray Paint

Prior said...

Your little heater is adorable! I posted one in a mantle my son made. we are using it on the tour lit with candle...Mine had broken grates to, so we put in candles...Love the bird nest! Lezlee

Garden Antqs Vintage said...

I love old heater, working or not, they can be used in a garden or with Christmas lights. Great find.

sweet european dreams said...

Great find & the little birdie fits there perfectly. Glad I found your blog today! -diane

" SHABBY JUNK" said...

Try a hardware store sometimes they carry new ones.