Tuesday, July 7, 2009

This & That Tuesday

Hello my friends. I trust that everyone had a safe and happy 4th of July weekend. We did grill out.....but most of the weekend was spend working on our continuing house projects. We finished the main construction of our barn, still have to add the doors and I would like a cupola on top. I will be painting this today....guess what color!

Here are a few TS finds ......


I found the little wood towel rack, the napkins (I got all they had left), and the little metal grater at Habitat Restore. I found the little crock at a TS and the little wood with tile thing at good will. Which 2 of these things can you put together to form one prim thing?
Ta-daaa! My make do grater now hangs on the side of my cabinet.

I finally painted 2 sets of shaker boxes that I have had for along time.
I am pleased with the way they look, now I have a round set to complete.

Here are a couple of shots of my little plantings..... I love the creeping jenny in the coffee pot....


hen and chicks in a chicken feeder and moss rose in a bread box.


And now I will leave you with some sweet blog candy....you will not be disappointed!!!
I just found this one....love it! Na-Da Farm Great old fashion gardens and.......

Oh my goodness.....I will have one of these water garden beds



check out Cindies Garden Oh....good stuff and......
If you love Herb gardens and goodies go to The Crows Nest Great Blog and awesome website....I want it all! Can you tell my heart is in the garden right now?
Well my butt cheeks are going numb...a sure sign I have sitting on it to long!
Time to get to painting!!!

24 comments:

  1. What a fun post! Make me want to paint the papier mache stacking boxes I have waiting for me in the basement...

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  2. What a great find and idea with the grater and cutting board!!! Love it:) The little towel holder is cute will you be making that over too:)
    Rondell

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  3. well hi! it's very nice to meet you and I see we have a few of the same links on our sidebars..........do stop by!

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  4. What a nice long post filled with eye candy! I love your grate make-over! What a wonderful idea!
    And your plantings are perfect!
    Have a great week!

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  5. Love your garden settings. The chair & Jenny Coffee, with the birdhouses-love it! You're so creative. I can learn a good bit from you. The hen & chicks in the chicken feeder made me giggle-what a great sense of whimsy. Now I'm off to check your links to the other garden blogs. Fun, fun, fun.

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  6. Love your redo. I can't wait to see that shed all painted1 :)

    Donna

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  7. Love your treasures!!
    Hugs, Lisa

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  8. Love all your pretty garden items and what a clever idea with the grater. Love it. I found Na Da Farm Life awhile back and love her blog. of course I enjoy yours too.

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  9. Hey Beth,
    I hope the new house and all your projects are coming along well. I havent been around in while, I have alot of catching up to do. Love, love, love the grater and bread board. Great idea there.

    Hope you have a great day. Tammy

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  10. Your coffee pot planter and your bread box planter are both really cute. You are obviously very creative!

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  11. Hi,
    Thanks for stopping by my blog(-: I am glad you like the waterbed pond. It is a fun thing. I change it around at times and I found especially here in the Summer the succulents do best in the galvanized buckets etc that I hang on there.
    If you drill a hole in the bottom of the watering can and run the plastic tube through it to the spout it works a lot better for a fountain thingy(-:
    Then I filled it with dirt and planted a hen/chick(-:

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  12. Thanks for stopping by, I love your prim style. A cupola on your barn would be perfect.

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  13. Oh..do tell what color...maybe classic cream??? I don't know because I don't know what color your house is but I am curious...LOL Dianntha

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  14. Raggedy Angel, Such a beautiful post. Loved the little watering cans that cascade down. I can see why you will have one. They are darling and so country. Looks like you have been busy. Please stop by today and read my new post. I spent some time writing for today Outdoor Wednesday and I want to share with you. Country Hugs, Sherry

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  15. If you are painting it Kilz (brand) Barn Red.....you won't be disappointed!!!! One coat will probably do it...it is wonderful stuff!!!!

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  16. Love this post gosh I really need help in the garden department. You are so creative and I agree with you the watering can garden is fabulous! Looking forward to seeing your finished barn.
    Peace and Blessings
    Cheryl.. Snatch JOY~

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  17. Hi Beth!
    Please stop by this morning and say hi. I have something on my blog for you. I so love to come here. It is so homey, and you have so many special ideas for us to have our hunnies do for us. Thank you for sharing and opening your home to me. I love to visit. Country Hugs, Sherry

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  18. Great finds; & you did a great job on everything. Thanks for the new sites , I will have to check them out!

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  19. Now I feel inspired to do some garden creations! I love that garden chair :)

    Hugs,
    Dena

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  20. Can't wait to see the shed all painted up! Love your finds and prim creations, as always!

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  21. I am in love with all of it! Especially the hens and chicks in that bread box!!! DARLING!

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  22. You have a fun blog! Lots of link love and that sure makes the world a prettier place. I too like Cindee's stuff. Her tipsy pots are like non other.

    Your planters are very unique and I'm going to hang out here awhile and look around--visit a few of your links--and enjoy your talents. That is if Safari doesn't knock me off again. It's been doing that all day--booo!

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  23. your photos got me inspired to do something in my garden too!!! now I just need some good junk to play with!!!

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  24. Thanks for leaving a comment on my blog! Yes, I loved your state! We had a wonderful time, and met some lovely folk! I love your blogg, wish we could have met, I think we have a lot in common! Your turn, head west, and come visit, but remember, wear your grubbies, and bring a truck!
    'til next time,
    Barb C.

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