Monday, July 20, 2009

little sweet metal pots...

Well happy marvelous monday to all my girlie girls,
I soo hope you're all doing well, and making it through this summer heat !! ooo la la..it is soo darn warm here !! I just try to stay coooll !! Not much else to do about it..
I thought I would share some of my pretty sweet metal watering cans and pots.. I just LoVe collecting these.. There is something about the way they are shaped and all, that call to me..And than, if you are lucky or (blessed) enough to know someone to paint them all pretty for you, better yet !! They have their own little personalities going, and I kinda pick and choose which to actually use, or which ones get to just sit and look pretty.. They are all made so sturdy, and nothing like the plastic ones all over today..I tuck them here and there ..and it brings so much joy to me just to look at !! Hope you all enjoyed this peek into my pink rosey world !!
Enjoy your summer days, and soo hope you're able to get out and enjoy something fun, or just strolling around somewhere sweet !! What's better than that ?! Blessings and LoVe to each of you my bloggy friends..more fun soon !!
huggers ~tea~xo

22 comments:

  1. Good grief! How could you EVER pick, T? They are breathtakingly gorgeous!!! I remember Mother's that we used as children watering all her begonias in her porch flower boxes ... like your #4. You have a very lovely collection ... TY for sharing. Have a beautiful week. Hugs, TTFN ~Marydon

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  2. What a beautiful collection. They do have lovely lines and shapes. All the flowers on them are beautiful too. Your home must be so petty.
    Have a wonderful day and try to stay cool !
    ~Sue~

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  3. is there any room in the house for you??
    very pretty!
    %*_*%

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  4. They are absolutely Beautiful!! I would display them proudly too!!
    Love,
    Marilyn

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  5. Hi Tea, all your metal goodies are so sweet...I just adore watering cans. There is just something about them....don't know what. Ha.

    Be sure you see my Thursday Tablescape. I thought about YOU the entire time I was putting it together. I believe it is your favorite color....sweet girl!

    Try and stay cool.....God has graced us with a couple of days of cooler weather. I am so enjoying sitting on the porch and not just passing out from the heat.

    XOXO
    Barb

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  6. Hello Sweet tea, my partner in pink crime!! I love love love your watering cans, so pretty pink and rosey!!! I've missed you. Boy it is hot here too, up in the triple digits until just this week we got a cold front and it's only in the nineties. lol!! Hope you and yours all are doing great!!!
    I'm so glad to be back visiting!
    ♥ Teresa

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  7. You are so talented - I love all - but the watering cans are my favorites!

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  8. Look at your pretty watering cans!! I love all the different styles they come in. Surely one made for every taste. I also agree about the plastic ones, no personality in those. They serve well as houseplant watering cans I suppose, but they are quite boring.

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  9. Love all the roses on your pretties. Too sweet to water with. But lovely to look at.

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  10. Lovin' them all sweet Tea....

    Promise to write soon. I'm busy today with sooo much1

    xoRebecca

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  11. T, my friend ~ TY for your sweet comments. Mother & I were very close. I treasure every piece of her life closely & deeply. The teacup chandelier is great fun, isn't it. Do you have one? Hugs, TTFN ~Marydon

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  12. These are all so pretty! I only have 2. One I bought at Walmart...it already had painted roses on it which I thought was pretty for a Walmart find, and one I bought the other day at a junk store for $1.00. Its just plain metal...unpainted. I guess I will be getting out the old paint cans soon!

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  13. Your blog is so pretty and I love the things that you love. I'm a fellow "hunter" and am blessed to be able to follow your blog. You are doing a really good job and everything is so lovely!

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  14. Tanza, You do have a nice collection going on here. They are all painted so nicely. The top one caught my eye because of the little birdie on it.

    Have a Grand Day-

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  15. Ahhhhhhhh..........Dear Tea....thanks so much for the birthday wishes! You're so sweet.

    I LOVE all of your adorable pitchers....I see some of Sweet Rebecca's work there too!

    Try to stay cool....it's freezing here right now, but expected to be near 100 next week. EWwwwwwwwwwwwww!

    Hugs,
    Spencer

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  16. HI TANZA,
    I AM SO GLAD I CHECKED MY COMMENTS. THE BARN SALE IS EASY TO FIND!!! WHEN YOU TAKE THE 15 FREEWAY SOUTH, EXIT RANCHO CALIFORNIA RD, GO LEFT. FOLLOW ALL THE WAY DOWN TO THE WINERIES (ABOUT 8 MILES MAYBE A LITTLE MORE) YOU WILL SEE SIGNAGE WHEN YOU GET CLOSER TO IT, THE ADDRESS IS 39195 AVENIDA ANTONOVICH IN TEMECULA, LINDA IS THE LADY WHO OWNS THE BARN.. WHEN YOU GET CLOSER TO THE SALE, SLOW DOWN A BIT, IT WILL BE ON YOUR LEFT HAND SIDE, A SLIGHT SLOPE DOWN DIRT DRIVEWAY...SO DON'T MISS IT, ONCE YOU TURN LEFT, GO TO THE END OF THE DRIVEWAY AND THE BARN IS ON THE LEFT. HAVE FUN AND ENJOY!! I MAY RUN INTO YOU, DEPENDING HOW I AM FEELING WE ARE MOVING TWO DAYS BEFORE THAT SO WE WILL SEE! TAKE CARE- HEATHER

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  17. They all look oh-so-pretty! Their colours and rose paintings are just to die for.

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  18. Love em!!! Super pretty and Shabby!! Just what I love!!! Have a great week!!
    Mands

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  19. These metal pots are so pretty and charming. I like how you decorated with them by tucking them here and there.

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  20. liked the Malibou-pics and the ice-cream... and you still have this pretty, cute and lovely girlish design in your home... it's so very sweet!

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  21. Hello Tanza, I just found your blog, it is lovely! I adore all of your metal watering cans, they are my favorite too, especially when painted with beautiful roses...of course I love anything with roses...

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