Here's what I found:
These 2 pieces have the softest shade of pink. The little basket with the handle will go right into the guest room. And the other is a candy dish, that I will use as a cupcake stand... love the soft hint of color in both of them...so sweet!
I love this sweet little bunny and it will make a beautiful vignette paired with a some cute little Easter eggs. My favorite piece is the Hen sitting on her eggs... a soup tureen that will find itself housed in my French Farmhouse kitchen shelves!
The large bell jar has a slight hint of grey, and I have it sitting on top of another grey tinted cake stand, they looked so perfect together. Sitting next to the large bell jar is the cover to a cheese ball set, I like it because it is all clear and paired with the right size glass plate will make another beautiful cloche. Sitting in front to the right is a teeny, tiny bell jar, that will also make a very sweet little teeny, tiny cloche.
My little bunny and mother hen are real hams... I found this cute little silver dish, maybe a sugar dish? And a white glazed handled urn.
This sweet little silver sugar dish is just perfect to make a pin cushion. I have seen a few of these out there on Pinterest and they are so beautiful. Adding some lace, buttons, ribbons and pearls, it will be lovely!
This white glazed urn will be getting a makeover too. I've already ordered a 6" moss covered ball to sit on top. I think it will be very pretty and add some color and height to a Spring vignette I've been thinking about!
I just had to show you again, the teeny, tiny little bell jar that I am going to make into a sweet little teeny, tiny cloche! It may be teeny, tiny but it is so cute!
My grey tinted bell jar and cake stand had to make another appearance... it is just so BIG with attitude!
You can't see my glass plates too well in this photo... they are etched with Iris's and the long slender leaves. The edges of the plates are ruffled and follow the outline of the flowers and leaves. There was 6 large plates and 8 small, but I only wanted the one set and as they were sold separately I could do that...but I still felt bad breaking up the set. I thought they would be very pretty with some dollar store candlesticks or vases added to make a 2 tier stand... I've got to keep an eye out for them.
And lastly you can see the grapevine wreath covered in colored Easter eggs. The wreath is in need of a little repair and has that well loved look, but the color of the eggs are so pretty, soft robin eggs blue, mint green and a few colors in between...they even have the little brown specks! I haven't decided if I'll fix up the wreath and tie on a BIG burlap bow, or if I'll remove the eggs and make a few little nests for vignettes.
It's always fun to find things on my list, to save items and re-make them into beautiful decor for my home! I had a very good "Thrifting" day... Mr. P. didn't fair too good, but next time it could be him finding treasures,
treasures for a song...
treasures for a song...