Tuesday, January 5, 2010

White Wednesdays 2010 !

It's the First White Wednesday of 2010. Join In! :-)
Thanks Kathleen for hosting these fun posts to visit and enjoy.
Here's her blog:


Loved these stems of sparkly jeweled berries at the thrift.

sweetest little bunny screen food cover I have ever seen !

Kept my vintage little Christmas balls out when I put away the decor, and mixed them with pearls in a .25 cloche from the Thrift.

You've seen this little bunny before in a "White" post, but now he has his own private setting in this scene I put together. I think he likes it better! :-)

Nifty white egg basket - repurposed to hold sparkly fruits.

Sweet little birdie doorstop. Instead, for now, he perches on a pedestal. :-)

Found this pretty lamp back in December in a booth that was closing at a Consignmnent store. It was less than $10....so I carried it up front to see if I was reading the price wrong. No! and Yes...I grabbed it. Love the French Country look and the crystals.

Hope you had fun visiting. Hop over to Kathleen's at the link above and see a lot more white! If you enjoyed your time there, let her know.

Julie :-)


www.MaisonStGermain.com said...

Hi Julie,
Your little bunny is so cute! I keep some of my Christmas ornaments out long after the others are put away too, They are just too pretty not too. Yours looks so pretty in the jar with the pearls. Lovely White post:)
Capers of the vintage vixens

Manuela@TPOH said...

That lamp would look great in my house! LOL! What a great find. I love that bunny screen food cover - that's so cute!

Lots of lovely white here!


Nice and Easy Antiques said...

Cheers to a lot more of WW in 2010!!

Donna said...

I kept my Nativity out this year. Sometimes the busy Christmas season prevents me form really thinking about the reality and miracle of Jesus birth. After the kids go back to school I can slow down and reflect more. :O)

Jayme, The Coop Keeper said...

Hi Julie! Just stopping by to thank you for your great comments on the blog. I'm always so happy to see you!

My white wednesday would have been the foot of snow we got!