Thursday, January 5, 2012

It's a Crock

When putting things back after Christmas, I decided to group some of my crocks in the dry sink. One of my girlies gave me the little primitives sign for Christmas. The candle lamp below was thrifted from Goodwill. That will be my main source of new stuff for the house for a while as we are putting all extra cash into some home maintenance for now. I do have some gift cards to my favorite store though so I will get to do a little shopping for the house.

I have to thank Debbie at My Vintage Daydreams for the butter paddles, little crow and sunflower jar. They were a very thoughtful gift from her for Christmas. Thanks Debbie!

Loving the warm colors and homey textures.

Linking to:
Transformation Thursday
Crafty Soiree
Time Travel Thursday
Thrifty Thursday
Somewhat Simple
Home and Garden Party
The Charm of Home
Common Ground
Potpourri Friday
Inspiration Fri.
Show and Tell Friday
Thrifty Thursday
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Lemon Lane Cottage said...

I love that dry sink and you have it accessorized so pretty. I will email you tonight...Patty

Aledia said...

Very pretty vignette!
I really like the little fence you have on the wall, too cute!!

Blessings to you and your family in 2012.

Kris said...

Nice. I like to group things together in a collection too.

Leslie said...

Very cozy! I love your little electric candle and just the whole vingette is adorable! I have a similar dry sink that I'm using now as a nightstand in the guest bedroom.
:) Have fun with your new giftcards.

Elizabeth said...

Very Pretty !

Leigh of Tales from Bloggeritaville said...

I love those crocs! And I love the photos! Thank you for linking up to Thrifty Thursday today in Bloggeritaville!

Tales from Bloggeritaville

marty (A Stroll Thru Life) said...

I always love seeing all of your vignettes and displays. All of your primitives are so wonderful. I use to decorate with all primitives too and still have a love for them. Great vignette, love it. Hugs, marty

Walking on Sunshine... said...

That looks beautiful!

Corn in my Coffee-Pot said...

always love to see the dry sink and how you have it displayed!


Daisy said...

These are great decorations!

Gail @ Faithfulness Farm said...

Love crocks and your dry sink is a perfect spot for displaying them :)

Have a wonderful day Elaine!!


Sweet Tea said...

Cozy. I love the look for January.
And, sunflowers are one of my favorite things in life.
Good job!

Kathy said...

Beautiful vignette! You would have loved all the primitive and other lovely things I saw at the Country Living Fair last October! Your crocks are gorgeous - perfect colors for this time of year! thank you for sharing with Home and Garden Thursday!

Debbie Kay said...

That little crow made me smile Elaine, it looks so darn cute there with all your warm stuff.

We need to get together soon. I will email you later.

Love ya,


Atelier de Charo said...

What a beautiful display, love that pretty wire basket!

Big Hugs

Linda said...

Everything looks perfect together! You have a great eye for putting things together!

Precious said...

You are so creative. I love the dry sink.

Cozy Little House said...

Oh yes, love the dry sink! Love what you put in it too!

laurie said...

that is a lovely dry sink and the arrangement looks lovely,, love the old crocks, such lovely gifts,

Debbie said...

Love the way you accessorized that dry sink. (The piece itself is lovely!) I'm such a fan of simple decorating and antique and vintage finds. I particularly love old crocks.

So pretty!

imsteelefullofscrap said...

Looks beautiful I try but I think I over do it then of course the lil one has to lay leggos everywhere plz come to my house and redecorate!!!

Sweet .n. Simple said...

Love those crocks and that little primitives sampler is perfect!!!

Angela said...

Your dry sink looks pretty much perfect, as does you whole blog. I love it! Always good to stop in for a visit.

I need to revamp my blog, but I'm so challenged in that area. I'd love to have the header {home, about, etc...} at the top, but can't seem to figure out how to go about it. Erg. Anyway, your page is always inspiring. Love all the 'frugal' topics.

Honey at 2805 said...

The dry sink and you vignette are so pretty and fresh. I like it's natural look!

Thank you for sharing your project at Potpourri Friday!