I'm going to get right to it so here goes: First up is a darling miniature silver plated pitcher I got from Goodwill for $1.99. When I bought it I knew I wanted to use it for a vase. So why not put the last cuttings of my summer flower garden in it?
Just look at the intricate detail on this pitcher. It's another reason I was drawn to it.
I've always loved detailed handles.
Next up is a small rectangular cutting board. I've been looking for cutting boards for a while in my thrift store excursions, but no go until this past week. I'm hoping to gather a few to display in the kitchen. It technically may not be vintage, but it's definitely pre-owned and will be repurposed!
I particularly liked the shape of this one, and its handle with the leather loop for hanging.
I also found this awesome book for my vintage book collection at the local church rummage sale.
And not only that, but the previous owner had written a comment at the bottom of the page. Finding it, I felt like I was learning something private about Robert Frost that I never knew, especially as it relates to this poem.
I can't sign off without reminding you of my exciting news (in case you missed it)! Starting next Thursday, October 15, 2015, I'll be joining in as co-hostess of a brand new Vintage Charm link party, and I really hope you'll be a part of it!
It's going to be a lot of fun, and it's a great way for you to get exposure on four blogs, all at one time.
So won't you join us?
Either by participating or just stopping by, we'd love to share our Vintage Charm with all of you!
My family and I will be headed outside this weekend to enjoy this glorious fall! How about you?
Have a great weekend!
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