Thursday, March 11, 2010

whats up?

a little shop update ~
some are just in the shop..others will be following soon


The sun is feeling warmer, the bulbs are starting to peek up, my muscles are sore from the first workout in the garden.
Ah ha...  i'm feeling a bit of spring fever this week and so is the shop.


a great way to store and display your garden tools & plants


I love this with  garden displays, with or without plants trained on it
vintage wire topiary form



so dainty & lovely, from a botanical studies notebook, with latin & common names,
 antique botanical  colored sketches, artist unknown


a perfect colored vase for  spring flowers, white tulips (my favorite), or  a wow with yellow daffodils
vintage vase,  marked Fortnum & Mason, London


reading or breakfast in bed never looked so sweet,  Ha! (more like a place for my laptop)


sea glass colored bottles,  or how to store, organize and display your supplies
antique mason and canning jars





what's this doing on a spring post??   a little sneak peek of some sweet finds this week
not even cleaned up yet...i just couldn't wait to show them to you


Happy Spring Everyone
Sue

ps; you know I love comments, share a favorite spring display idea with me in comments, thank you

10 comments:

alexkeller said...

i need a little warmth - it was cold and raining in CA on our family trip. spring display idea...my all time fav is curtains pulled back or blinds up, freshly Windexed windows and a potted plant on the window sill. but here in AZ is tends to be a cactus

solsticehome said...

welcome back Alex..ah,the windexed windows (yup..on the list) and hopefully it a flowering cactus

harmonie park said...

i like to keep my fresh herbs in vases throughout the kitchen so it smells like a garden. maybe a little moss in an egg cup in the powder room...

witchmountain said...

Oh I so love that tray, I could make my bed so much more productive, guilt free lie-in's!!...if only I wasn't sooo far from Cape Cod!found your blog via Scoutie Girl and was drawn by the name. Best wishes from North Yorkshire, England! x

solsticehome said...

harmonie..funny, i've just been digging a bit of moss in the yard to put in my small house pots.

witchmountain..welcome, so nice meeting you and we're not that far, only one small ocean separates us.

Linda at Lime in the Coconut! said...

Ooooh Garden digging...good for the soul! Great things...love the tray and the little bed tray too!

Happy spring!

Linda at Lime in the Coconut! said...

ok...just spent the better part of an hour perusing your cool etsy shop...added you to my faves. Need to keep checking your wares!

witchmountain said...

Thanks for visiting Witchmountain! I've just posted a link to your Etsy shop with a picture of the blur tray, hope you don't mind...and I hope someone buys it for me!
One "small" ocean and 30 years..I lived in providence when I was small and Loved visiting Cape Cod.You might likethis:
www.tillyer.com/news/archive/2009/10/29/William_Tillyer,_John_Yau_and_Henry_David_Thoreau_on_Cape_Cod

erica@ moth design+luxe life said...

Fabulous pieces! Great blog... you have a new follower. :)

sarah, flourish design + style said...

Your finds are incredible and I can't wait to see your etsy shop! I look forward to following!! xo

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