I am really loving these colorful painted flower pots. It's fun to mix up the colors all on one piece! I am hoping to make many more of these this summer. What a pretty way to brighter up your kitchen window. Hope all are doing well and enjoying life. Peggy
I love getting the new Romantic Homes each month! June's issue is all about roses. Right after my own heart! Here is a little sample of this issue. You can find it on most magazine displays. Which is your favorite photo? (All pictures by permission from Beckett Media) http://www.romantichomes.com/ Enjoy the pictures and thanks for stopping by! Peggy
It's Spring even though it's been quite cool for Texas. We've been waking up in the 40's this week....in the middle of April. That is really weird here. I love it though! So, in my effort to plant something anyway, I spray painted this old tan plastic wash tub a pretty shiny green color. I have planted some squash seed on one side and HOPEFULLY, will be able to support at least one squash plant in this wide tub. A squash plant will reach a certain size and them "tip over." They get quite large, so we'll see if my little experiment works.
Thanks for stopping by today. Have a nice weekend! Peggy
Happy Spring! The weather was nice this weekend and I planted some tomatoes and flowers. Pictures to follow. I just needed to get my fingers in some dirt.
Just reminding you of our pretty rose studded jars. You can see them here. They are fashioned in that chic and cottage style we all love so much. We have lots of pretty spring colors and if you have any specific color requests, let us know. Hope you are doing well. Have a good week!
So Shabby Pink has been featured in this great new book:
By C. Dianne Zweig
Click on image above to order this book.
Description:In Hot Cottage Collectibles for Vintage Style Homes, author C. Dianne Zweig offers readers a new twist on kitchen, home, and garden collectibles, marrying different periods and styles in a look which is vintage chic, country kitsch, and retro-romantic. It's all about 'cottage style,' a trendy and enjoyable way to both collect and creatively use popular collectibles, antiques, odds and ends, and treasured furnishings.
You can also visit Dianne's website
The Kitschy Collector Home of C. Dianne Zweig