I have a nice big window with a southern exposure in my kitchen that is perfect for a container herb garden.
Tiered stands are one of my go to's when I am creating a vignette. I have a white enamel tiered stand and a glass tiered stand......you can't have too many. Today, I am using a white chicken wire tiered stand to add some farmhouse charm to a vignette I am creating on the kitchen counter.
Everything gets so dirty over the winter, doesn't it!
H has been doing some spring cleaning in the yard and on the porch. I took the first photo's you'll see last week. Then took some more this morning, so you will see a noticeable difference in the blossoms/leaves on the pear tree's when you compare last weeks with today's photo's.
He removed all the farm table chairs and put them on the drive to give them a good "hosing down"
I haven't done a week end treasure hunt post in forever!
Truth is, there hasn't been very many yard sales to go to for several months. I saw that Amarillo Texas had several yard sales, so we took a day trip over there to do a little shopping, antiquing, and of course have a yummy lunch. Amarillo is about an hour and a half drive from where we live so it's an easy day trip.
If you look back on the kitchen counter (behind the island) you can see a glimpse of the goat and pig that I found while we were out..
I designed a "one of a kind" spring banner by marrying unique lettering with a pretty pennant banner It was such an easy project, I just printed the letters and pennants from my Pinterest board. Then I glued the letters to the pennants and tied it all together with some fabric scraps that I had on hand.......easy peasy!
I've had this flower cart bicycle more than 15 years and I still love it today as much as I did the day I bought it.
I found it in Amarillo Texas at a big antique mall on 6th street..... which is the old Route 66. There are lots of antique shops on 6th street and is a must to add to your bucket list!