Saturday, September 11, 2010

This and that

My birthday was a couple of months ago and one of the presents I received from one of my sisters was a vintage book she found at an op shop that had my name in the title. It made a lovely gift. I have since read it and enjoyed the innocence and adventure from a past era.
Thought you might like the cute apron I received and I bought the planter with a voucher I received. The primulas are looking very cheerful!
I woke this morning and felt like going to some garage sales to see what little treasures I could find, but to my disappointment didn't come home with anything :(
However a few months back I bought some little wrought iron stands for $15. These could be used for pots or as little coffee tables. I plan to paint them white, I'm just waiting for the warmer weather to arrive.
Just as we have nice containers to hold our everyday coffee, tea, sugar etc..
I also have a special little jar that I found at a garage sale to hold my cotton balls which is something I use daily to take my eye makeup off. I made the label to give it some more character.


Jo said... Reply to comment

Like those planters Netty dont remember you telling me about those what a bargain

Alison said... Reply to comment

They are lovely planters, can't wait to see how they'll look after a paint job.

What a great book you were given, I just love those vintage books. Pressie's are the best. Yippee!!

m.e (Cathie) said... Reply to comment

those planters are great! love a good find.
i have the same tea cannister full of chai which I use everyday.
thanks so much for popping by
happy weekend ANette ♥

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Lorraine said... Reply to comment

Hi your new blog....and those little wrought iron tables are goiing to look great with a coat of paint! Love the Annette book - was it Annette Funicello (sp!)?

joolzmac said... Reply to comment

Hello Annette

Welcome to blog-world! Found you through Jo and I see I am already on your blog list so that's a nice surprise. I look forward to getting to know you,

Joolz (Lower SE of SA)

Niki said... Reply to comment

I read that book years ago, seeing the cover brought back memories :)

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