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January 24, 2011

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Olive Cooper

Re-modeling is hard but fun and very worthwhile in the end. We are taking off wallpaper and it very well may take a month to do it. Love your silver vessel. ♥O

Marty@A Stroll thru Life

Love the little teapot with the magnolia stems, they are fabulous. All of your vignettes are wonderful. I can't wait to see your mirror when you get it done. Mine need something also. Thanks so much for joining TTT. Hugs, Marty

Simone

Love the magnolias and the pot! Have a great day.

Donna Connolly

I LOVE,LOVE,LOVE your silver teapot with the magnolias. they are wonderful! and I'm sure your mirror is going to look fantastic...
Hugs to you,
Donna

Kathy

Love the teapot! Great job!

Donnie

Looks like you're getting ready to make some beautiful changes, Love the teapot planting.

MARY

Love the pretty tile pieces for the mirror!! Can't wait to see what you are doing! I got to go to World Market while I was in Phoenix and they really have some great things!! I bought 90% OFF Christmas - that was fun!

michelle

Great finds! Thanks for the reminder of Cost Plus. I always check the thrift shops for faux foliage but typically it's outdated styles.....I can't wait to see what you have planned for the XOXO!
Enjoy catching up on your projects~ winter time is great for that!
~michelle~

Susan Freeman

I agree with you about great prices at World Market. I have found some really great things there. Nice job and I am anxious to see your latest project!

Love,
Susan and Bentley
xxoo

Honey

Beautiful and inspiring!

Linda

World Market is a fun store. I love your teapot. I am looking forward to seeing what you have in store. Take care! Linda

Shari @ My Cottage of Bliss

Oooooh, your teapot has given me some much needed inspiration for my new bathroom vanity! I've been looking for some type of faux flower to add a pop of color and using a silver teapot would tie in nicely with my chrome fixtures. Thanks! :)

Melissa's Heart and Home

It is a precious teapot Andrea. Can't wait to see all of the pretty changes you make.

Happy week! ~Melissa :)

Kim

Melissa, have you always had typepad or am I losing my mind. Love the branches added to that silver pot. Very organic! Thanks for sharing it at the party this week.

Kim

I didn't mean Melissa! I am losing my mind right now.

Kim

That teapot is adorable! I love anything in silver.

Oooo...your upcoming projects sound intriguing...can't wait to see what is up your sleeve :)

Honey

Came back for another look and to say I really love that orchid in the silver teapot! I'm your latest follower. Hope you will stop by.

The Pleasures of Homemaking

That is soooo cute! World Market is a wonderful store to browse - they've got so many unusual things. I usually end up buying food items there :)

Manuela

Janelle

I really want to see what you're going to do with the mirror! It looks very intriguing. The little teapot is so sweet!

Dear Sweet Home

Love it! It looks so pretty!

Vanessa

Hi! I'm so glad you came over to the party and saw your feature! I was going to let you know ahead of time but then I thought I would wait a bit and let it be a surprise! This little teapot arrangement is so beautiful and clever and I'm thinking that my own silver teapots are lookin' pretty sad right now so I may need to perk them up like this and give them a fresh look. Thanks so much for the great inspiration again this week! :-)
Vanessa

Courtney

Hi there~ What great pieces you found and at such great prices! I really have to get over to World Market one of these days- these look so charming in your little silver pots too! Can't wait to see the mirror makeover! Thanks for sharing this at Feathered Nest Friday! :)

SJ @ Homemaker On A Dime

The teapot looks awesome!

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debbie

That is a gorgeous perk me up! Love it. I would love to have you over at my place come Monday. I am having a newbie linky party on Monday. Also you will see under my header, some tutorials, and a coffee talk series...you may love to read it.

sommer

Angie that plant idea is AMAZING! I have a silver coffee pot I thought about selling but now I know exactly what to do with it! I would be delighted if you would link up your project at my VIP party today =)
http://designergarden.blogspot.com/2011/01/vip-party-2.html

Cuisine Kathleen

Love what you did with the little pot! Can't wait to see what you do with the mirror!
Have a great weekend!

Anu@My DreamCanvas

This looks so lovely. I look forward to you stopping by at My Dream Canvas:-)

Alicia@ eco friendly homemaking

Wow sounds like you have a lot of projects in the works! I really like the plant in the silver pot. It looks so pretty. Glad I found your blog!

Sherry

Beautiful display with the teapot and magnolia's. Good luck on all your projects. ~~Sherry~~

Confessions of a Plate Addict

Love heh teapot...sp pretty and unique! I hope you are having a great weekend!...hugs...Debbie

Confessions of a Plate Addict

Oops...Kitty was helping me type! lol That's the teapot which is so pretty!...Debbie

Heidi

Thanks for coming by my blog. Can't wait to see what you do with the mirror ~ I have the same one and my house is only 5 years old. I have been dying to change it.
:)Heidi

The Tablescaper

Totally love what you did with that silver tea pot, right down to the moss. Just perfect.

- The Tablescaper

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