Wednesday, November 30, 2011

Creamy China Trees


Darling brown and white trees from the thrift store. I can't believe I dithered back and forth for two weeks before I dropped the fifty cents and bought them.

13 comments:

Anonymous said...

Anna, they are lovely there. Sorry for the late comment; the blanket (knit, teals for baby) is wonderful! And we were in the state below yours last week!! warmly from Mary Brooke

Lilian said...

Lucky you! Normally if I dither too long, the item is gone from my thrift store... which then leaves me with regret for not snapping it up earlier. I then wax philosophical and tell myself that it wasn't 'meant to be'.

SisterlyLove said...

Those are perfect!
Ha! I've done that too... oh, I don't know, do I want to spend $.50? Sometimes .50 just gets you! :)


Genevieve

Sheila said...

I can't believe they were still there after 2 weeks! :)

Anonymous said...

ha :)

Simply Scaife Family said...

Beautiful find- and so thrifty, too. I also tend to mull a purchase over way too long, often not following through with the purchase only to grieve it later. Glad you let yourself claim this pretty treasure.

Lisa said...

Sometimes it's hard to imagine how it would look in our home - they look charming!

Lisateresa

Emily, wife of Jeremy said...

This is a qestion from an old post but I wasn't sure if you read old comments. Do you use your fresh ground wheat for your artisan bread in 5 minutes? If so do you use all fresh wheat and have you had to make an adjustments? Thank you for your time.

Kim @ Homestead Acres said...

The trees are really pretty!

Anna said...

I usually make my artisan bread from King Arthur white bread flour. It's not our staple, healthy bread--more of a dinnertime treat.

Tracey said...

simply beautiful...love how tasteful they are!

Anonymous said...

Thanks for my belly laugh for the day, Anna! Dithering back & forth...that is so funny. Probably because I recognize myself...seriously, I have done that before. Sometimes I am rewarded anyway, & make the purchase, & other times....well, let's just say I know the pain of regret for having hesitated.

Brenda

Anonymous said...

ah. dithering. see what I dithered over and lost? It was only $7.

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Universal-1920s-Coffee-Pot-Urn-Perculator-Celluloid-Ha-/370530276202

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