Friday, August 2, 2013
Wednesday, March 13, 2013
I love speckled blue eggs for spring.....
something so sweet and precious about a tiny little egg...or in this case a handful of tiny little eggs.
I am also in love with soft pastel colors with white....
So this week I am featuring baby blue with white.
And all I used for this photo shoot was some eggs and ironstone, with a little faux grass
Just enough to welcome spring a little more
and make me smile. :)
Thursday, March 7, 2013
Spring is slowly making an appearance in our area, but old man winter is still putting up a fight.
This weekend promises to bring sunshine and warmer temps, so I did some spring sprucing while it was still frigid.
Playing with some vintage napkins, some pastel bunting, ironstone, pottery, and some vintage paper....
Add in some faux eggs, and a cloche with a mini nest of jellybeans...
And my serving rack has it's new Spring look!
This rack has quickly become a new favorite of mine! It is not only great for displaying pieces but it is very functional too! It holds a large number of plates, serving pieces, and I have also used it for holding various desserts for dinner parties. I am not sure of it's original use but it is on wheels and can easily be pushed around. The best part is....it's OLD! :)
Sharing with Jennifer Rizzo and
Tuesday, March 5, 2013
Did you ever buy the San Pellegrino drinks?
They come in these most beautiful green tinted bottles.
My children enjoy a french lemonade or an orangeade as a special treat
And we ALWAYS keep the bottles (and the caps too, read a couple posts below to see what we did with the caps).
To add a touch of spring and whimsy to our kitchen table, I pulled out an antique candy crate and filled it with these beautiful bottles, some pink straws, and some lemons!
You thinking pink lemondade?
Us too. :)
Have a sweet day!
I'm joining Jennifer Rizzo on her Springsperation linky party...Hoping to win that Pottery Barn gift card...go on over and check it out HERE!
Friday, March 1, 2013
Picked up a set of these ironstone dishes for $6 at a NEW favorite antique store we visited this past weekend.
I love their shape
and their crackled patina.
My ironstone collection is slowly growing. I currently have most of my unique platters and bowls hanging on my bedroom wall.
Not sure where I'll use these little lovelies yet.