Monday, November 3, 2008

Its a Rainy Monday

Here is a little pitcher that I'll have on my Ebay. I will be taking off my spoon easels that are on Etsy, tomorrow, to put into my Sale... this weekend.

Don't for get to sign up for my giveaway on the previous post, if would like the snowman candle holder.
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Anonymous said...

This is beautiful, Laurie. The roses are just right for the graceful shape of the pitcher.

The bow on the left-hand picture? Is that a "cut steel" ornament from the late 1800's? I found one very similar to that for $4 in a local antique shop and looked them up. They're worth anywhere from $24 to hundreds!


Rainy said...

Thanks for coming by my blog. I've been looking at yours and the art you create is wonderful. I love the Button Floozie blog, I have that addiction also, but I have to show my husband that I'm not the only one. Take Care

Julie said...

You are so talented! You might take those beautiful spoons with the metal stamping on them and make some as Christmas ornaments too.

Anonymous said...

Laurie, that is super sweet!! and truely gorgeous!! You are a super talented lady I wish I had even a tiny amount of your artistic talent I'd be happy!!
Take care

Utah Grammie said...

Oh, this is beautiful! It's so amazing that something sort of plain can be turned into s athing of beauty! You are like the "Fairy God-Mother" to all small objects..?! OK- it's early in the morning ...and it's blowing snow...and I have to drive in it..and that was a feble attempt at humor.

Julie said...

to answer your question... I love the spoon with the change it up a bit and make the "nest" look like a wreath and punch in something like holly..or depending what you have on the spoon, you could write Baby Jesus ..since it kind of looks like a baby spoon too..or you could use them in a kitchen theme with spices. Several blogers have adorable kitchen trees.

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