Does anyone know how I could make a scale more old and rustic? Awhile back I was in Amish Country and purchased the white scale (bottom picture) first. I then went to another antique barn and found the cream colored scale (first picture) and fell in love with it and bought it. Well, I was wondering if any of you might know how to make the white scale more rustic and old looking? My Mom told me to just stick it outside and let it get a bit more weathered, but I am just not sure that would work and I am kinda looking for a more quick fix. It currently has glass over the face of the scale so i would probably end up breaking that and giving the face a rusty look as well, but kinda looking for a bit of help here. I LOVE LOVE LOVE the first scale, but I know I could love the 2nd one if it were just older and more drab looking. Any suggestions ladies?
As for my migraine it is gone and I am so relieved. It made me pretty sick to say the least. I think I am going to lay off the painting and primming for a little bit and focus on decorating. I need to look through my totes and see if I can find more goodies for my new prim bathroom. Pictures will be posted on Sunday (more then likely). I just want to make sure I can find a shower curtain in Amish Country on Saturday and maybe even a few more prim pretties, but we will see. Hope you all have a blessed day!!