Friday, October 19, 2012

Friday's Finds

I've had a few days off this week so I've been buzzing around flea markets and thrift shops and pottering in the garden
An old ironstone butter pat
 salt and pepper containers

An old vintage picnic basket
The first gardenia for spring
The first clematis flowers
Masses of Lobelia

The first "Pierre de Ronsard "roses

Linking up with Cap Creations
                            A Living Space
                                Apron Thrift Girl
                            Knick of Time
                                              French Country Cottage


  1. Thank you for sharing your treasures at Cap Creations they are great! Your flowers are lovely too. We are trying to head into fall around here, and I say trying because we keep going back to yucky hot weather. It's actually been fall for weeks but the plants and trees around here can't tell so it still seems like summer.

  2. Those salt and pepper shakers are fabulous! Love your new blog header, too. :)

  3. I love your new blog header (we are a bit globe obsessed as you may have noticed...), and your garden looks gorgeous! It's nice to know that it's spring somewhere in the world, even though it's fall where I am :)
    Thanks for linking up with us!

  4. Meg, Your finds are amazing! Love those salt and pepper shakers. Beautiful blooms!
    Mary Alice

  5. Love those salt and pepper shakers! What a great addition...


  6. Love your stuff!!!! Please join me at Welcome Wednesday Linky Party at Debbie

  7. Love your ironstone! I am partial to Johnson Brothers ironstone myself!! Just love it!
    Thanks for linking up to Blissful Whites Wednesday!! If you need help with linking back, just let me know.

    Have a lovely week, Meg!

  8. Hi Meg, Love the ironstone. Such a great treasure. Your shakers are darling too. Love your gorgeous flower pics.
    Nice to meet you.
    Hugs, Celestina Marie

  9. Just stopping back by to let you know I've featured you on the blog today! Thanks!

  10. Love your finds and the gorgeous floral pics.
    I normally collect blue and white china, and have started on brown transferware, but I'm going to start looking more thoroughly for Ironstone, as I love that little dish, and I'm English !! It should be easy for me !
    Found you at French County Cottage and now following.

    1. Hi Fiona! YAY! an English follower....welcome and I love your blog. I look forward to reading your adventures xx

  11. Great pics of your finds! (and i love your header!). Your newest follower here-I hope you visit me :)

  12. Hi Susan! Welcome aboard....I found your gorgeous blog awhile ago and joined .....especially loved your camera I'm thrilled you found me xx


I love to hear from you and appreciate your messages. Meg xx