I bought the mirror at Goodwill several years ago for $7.
I love my Ironstone pitcher! It was an eBay purchase.
I borrowed the picture from my son's nursery.
I love the soft colors and cute animals.
The books were my dad's when he was a kid.
He wrote his name in them and dated them in 1957.
I"m linking to the parties listed in my sidebar!
here on the other side of the world we are saying goodbye to autumn and hello to winterReplyDelete
Very beautiful. It still feels like early spring where I live. I can hardly wait for sunny warm days. We just keep getting rain. Thanks for sharing your loveliness. KarieReplyDelete
Your spring vinette is beautiful. I love the mirror and white ironstone pitcher. Your bird is precious. It all looks great together.ReplyDelete
Your mantle looks amazing! Very pretty mirror and I love that sweet picture you borrowed from your son's room.ReplyDelete
Be a sweetie,
Very pretty... love the blue eggs and bird. Thanks for participating in our Show Off Your Cottage Monday and bringing me here!ReplyDelete
I love the container of eggs! And of course the picture from your son's nursery. Spring seems to have flown by hasn't it?ReplyDelete
This is my first Show Off Your Cottage Monday & I hope to join in again soon! Charlene
Your shelf vignette is beautiful. That little picture is darling!ReplyDelete
Love the ironstone and the old book are wonderful. Gorgeous vignette. Love it. Thanks so much for joining TTT. Hugs, MartyReplyDelete
Hi there~ Love your sweet old books and ironstone~ and that picture from your sons room is adorable! Your vignette is perfectly charming~ thank you for sharing this at Feathered Nest Friday this week! Have a wonderful weekend! :)ReplyDelete
Hi! What an absolutely lovely spring vignette! You have such wonderful treasures and have put them together in such a beautiful way. Thank you so much for coming over and linking up to our Inspiration Friday party...we hope to see lots more of you in the future! :-)ReplyDelete
How pretty your spring vignette is. I love that wonderful ironstone pitcher. I actually have the book your nursery print came out of. I did a post on it. Here is the link.ReplyDelete
I showed that same picture you did. I love the colors used by that illustrator. Thanks for linking this up to HSH!