Tuesday, December 23, 2008

Silver & White

I wanted to put my spoons in something other then a plastic bin...so this is what I came up with.
Oh the ice and snow...
This is A LOT of snow for us!!
and more coming tonight ugh!


Utah Grammie said...

Looks like you may have time for a lot more painting! Which is a very good thing for us - it is beautiful, I know, but a pain in the butt to shovel, scrape, and walk on- bad things.

Be careful and remember, just because YOU know how to handle yourself in the snow, doesn't mean everyone does!

Ele at abitofpinkheaven said...

I love silver and white. Almost as much as pink! The snow looks beautiful, but I know...enough is enough! Merry Christmas!

Lynne (lynnesgiftsfromtheheart) said...

WOW !!! That is alot of snow girl. How muchd did you end up with? I think you'll have alot of time to paint a lot of your beauties. I think this silver urn is "perfect"... the whole thing is calling my name..:-)
From our home to yours,
Happy Holidays,
hugs ~lynne~

Natasha Burns said...

Hiya Laurie,
Wow that IS a lot of snow! I hope you have plenty of food in the pantry! Do you guys have to stock up with tons of stuff? I couldn't imagine being stuck in my home! It's so beautiful though, but i bet it is a pain in the rear end!

Have a lovely Christmas dear!

Natasha xo

PS. i tried to email you back yesterday but the email bounced at me again. I tried to get hold of J & J but haven't heard back. If I see them over Summer I will be sure to pass on your hello!

Betty said...

Your spoon holder is just perfect. Your creativity at work, as usual...I probably would have settled for a glass because I just can't visualize the beautiful results that you do. You are something else!!

Anonymous said...

Laurie, have you thought of a book of photography? Or a book of your crafts with instructions? Email me and I can recommend a publisher who is always looking for crafts. Note: It's a LOT of work! BUT...your photos and your crafts are definitely book worthy!

Michelle Palmer said...

Beautiful spoons...what a gorgeous arrangement! I would hate to use them~ pretty, pretty.
We are loving the snow...but expected to be rain & high 40's tomorrow & maybe even near 60's on Sat.! That's just not right for upstate NY! :)
Very sweet photos...

The Joy of Nesting said...

Yikes Little Sis,

I promise not one word about the weather... and how are those Cubs??

How are the Christmas projects coming?? I delivered the last one this evening!! :c)

Have a wonderful Christmas Missy and remember to slow down enough to make beautiful memories!!

Pattie :c)
Mazatlan Mexico

TattingChic said...

Lovely photos; all of them! Merry Christmas! :)

Wanda said...

Greetings, so glad you stoped by and said Hi. I so love to hear from everyone. Your blog is lovely. I used to live in Salem many, many, many years ago. I really liked it. I always thought it was a pretty town.
I think you will get your wish about the snow by this week-end and then it will be back to good old Oregon rain.
I really like your crafts. And the more glitter the better.
P.S I went to High School in Stayton. TTFN

Half of the Style Sisters said...

Hi Thanks for stopping by my blog today. I love your blog too! What a cool silverware holder...I love using unique things on my table to hold the silverware or food or cenerpiece. I will check out more of your blog.

Merry Christmas

Iris said...

Merry Christmas.The silver and white looked beautiful and serene. Course I love your bird they are fab! Have a wonderful holiday season and look forward to seeing you in the blogs! Happy Junken trails

Maison Douce said...

Wishing you a very merry Christmas and a wonderful New Year!!!

Michaele said...

Merry Christmas Laurie! Despite being snowed in, I hope you and your family enjoy cozy quality time- hugs and best wishes for a WONDERFUL New Year!


Britt- Sparkled Vintage Charm said...

Merry Christmas Laurie!!! xoxo!!! Britt :-)

Utah Grammie said...

Hey Laurie - look at the top left corner of my blog and you'll see the link for the blog backgrounds! I found it on another's blog and I am having fun with it - have a safe New Year's and a Happy All Year! (be careful out there)
PS- I LOVE you blog background...but I understand the want-to-change- things-up-a-bit , too! Just ask hubby - I rearrange the furniture every chance I get!

The Muse said...

KOWABUNGA! (word borrowed from my 6 yr old grandson) I love the spoons in the urn!