Hello friends, hope you are having a nice week so far. I have been busy getting some things together to put in my Etsy shop and finally get it opened back up. More about that in days to come.
You know how I like to ask you all to help me out when I'm not sure of what an object is...well, we have another one today.
I picked these up a few weeks ago at a thrift shop and the tag on them read, 'French shot glasses'. Well, I don't know whether I can really go along with that, as I can't see the french bothering with the wood holders, for that matter, I don't know why anyone would bother seeing that you usually drink it straight down, right?
They are the size of a shot glass and you can see on the bottom that it does say France. I did some searching on the Web and even looked up Espresso glasses, but really found nothing close.
Hopefully one of you might have traveled to France and have seen these. I will be putting them in the shop and would like to label them properly. Thanks in advance for any ideas.
Lately, I have noticed some nice collections of succulents and cacti around the blogs and Pinterest and have become quite smitten with them. So, I had to start a little family of my own, it is still small but I have high hopes of the sweet green bits being in every corner of the Little House.
My goal is to house them in the most unique containers I can find, which makes the hunt that much more fun.
This one we found at a street sale in Anacortes and the lady I bought it from told me it was a 'donkey tale'. Well, the donkey is shedding and little bits are everywhere the 'donkey' goes.
So, everywhere I have dirt, there are parts of the tail, hopefully taking root, poked into a pot.
Now, lets get on to the winner of the giveaway.
Little Birdie can't wait to take flight in the package off to her next happy home.....So little one, let's see who you will be going to live with..
The winner is.....Lindsay from the blog 'Wooden Nest'.....Congratulations my friend. Please email me your info and I will get the package right off.
Coincidentally, just this weekend I used Lindsays' recipe for dilled green beans and am having a hard time not getting into them before they age. You can go here for that recipe and to visit her sweet blog with plenty more good things to stir up.
Thanks to you all for entering and always being such good friends..I do appreciate you more than you know.
Wishing you all a happy day. xo