When springtime arrives, I get in a cleaning and redecorating mood. I
go through my home and pull things from where they spent the winter,
and replace them.
Remember in the last few months, I did a post on the old
canning jars I was gifted with? Well, I took them and replaced
them. I cleared the tops of the cabinets in my family room, and decided
to use the jars in this location.
Old jars, tiny lights, and a few touches of green, completed the new look.
That's it! So simple, and yet it makes me happy to give new looks to old things.
I am always working on me...when it comes to attempting to give "new" looks
to "old" things:) I was told recently, that anything over 60 years old, is
considered an antique. Meet your "antique" blogger.
I would love to know the stories that make up each of these old jars. I like seeing the tiny
bubbles in some of the glass.
My kitchen shelves, with a bit of a new look, using the canning jars, and special other
This old copper tea kettle was an antique wedding gift from our good friends. Forty years
later, it still adds beauty to our home, no matter where I place it. I especially like it with
the lit sticks and white faux flowers. Thanks Charlie and Vickie, for a gift that keeps
This needlepoint piece was created by another good friend, and it too,
makes me smile each time I see it.
Truly, I give you "just a little something" today.
Thank you for stopping by again. What are some of your favorite "old"
things that you decorate with, in your home?