Tuesday, September 20, 2011

Finds for White Wednesday and a Late Summer Bouquet


I don't have much to blog about right now, but I was out and about a few days ago and came home with these three treasures.  When I sat them on the table, I realized I had a little bit of creamy white beauty to share for White Wednesday.  I love the rusty topped bottle.  I have an idea for some Halloween decor.   We'll see if I actually get a ROUND TUIT.  As for the little bust, I can't resist these precious beauties.  I have an idea for it too.  I'll keep my mouth shut for now in case it looks stupid!  And then there's the deep ironstone bowl.  I am sure I could think of a hundred ways to use it.  It may end up on my Etsy site but...maybe I'll love on it a little first. :-)



As for part deux of the post,  I have to tell you that the mister has done an excellent job this year of getting us constant color in the garden.  It is just as beautiful now as a couple of months ago.  These zinnias and black eyed susans looked so pretty together in the white ironstone pitcher that I had to share them.  I feel like a kid trying to come up with stuff for show and tell in school!  Oh well, sometimes things flow easier for me than others.  I hope you enjoy the flowers...for now, I must run and get back to my HOME work.

Sharing with Kathleen for White Wednesday.  Pop over and catch some talented bloggers sharing their pretty whites.

Until next time,
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15 comments:

  1. I am glad someone else admits they have a hard time coming up with show & tell posts

    your white pitcher with the flowers is beautiful all my flowers have gone well I have a couple zinnas

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  2. What fun finds! Tell me, tell me! Where are the good places in C Springs to shop? I planted zinnia seeds this year, too late and nothing took! I'm not sure what the deal was. Aren't they so pretty in your white vase!

    ~Shanon

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  3. You are so funny!! Stupid? We are so critical of our blogging aren't we? All you have to do is put a crow on her head and there you go.. Halloween decor.How do you like that?? Ha, Ha!
    Have a good week!
    xxx Liz

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  4. Love you wonderful treasures, their so pretty. Your flowers are beautiful, especially in the gorgeous ironstone pitcher! Thanks for sharing!!!
    hugs~~ Daphne

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  5. Hi - your little bust caught my eye, and I decided to check it out tomorrow, due to the late hour. BUT, I saw your comment and decided to drop in, and saw it was you with the lovely little collection! I'm going to follow you, so will see you soon!
    -Revi

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  6. Great finds Judy...loving the pitcher and how you've filled it!

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  7. I love the little bust. That is one of the prettiest ones I have ever seen.
    Sherry

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  8. Great treasures, Judy. I could definitely see that ironstone bowl filled with some Xmas ornaments. Your husband has a green thumb - gorgeous flowers!
    (and yes, I am super excited about joining Etsy soon - thank you!)
    - Susan

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  9. Oh, that little bust is gorgeous! I collect them too! Loved all the treasures that you shared. I'm going to just sprinkle fall leaves over everything and call it a day! LOL
    New follower,
    Patti

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  10. The flowers are beautiful in that ironstone pitcher, ours are about shot already. You found some nice treasures too!
    Faye

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  11. Lovely treasures you have there. I love the flowers that your husband grew for you in the iron stone pitcher!

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  12. Great finds, Judy. Love the bottle.

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  13. Wonderful finds Judy. I love all three, the bust, the bowl, and the bottle!

    xoxo
    Karena
    Art by Karena

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  14. PS Judy
    I have a giveaway ending tomorrow night, so I hope you enter!

    xoxo
    Karena

    Art by Karena

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  15. The ironstone with the zinnias and black eyed susans are stunning....just stunning. Thank you for sharing.

    Alex

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