Thursday, April 10, 2008

Just hanging around...



Aren't these large wall vases wonderfully unique? Adding to the charm is the knowledge that they are created from recycled glass and designed by an artist out of Austin.

These were truly one of my favorite finds at market and they were well recieved by our clients at LaurieAnna's Vintage Home.

Be blessed,

LaurieAnna

7 comments:

molly said...

Loved those vases in your booth and now I love it in my home!!!I painted mine white and cut some Iris out of my garden and once again I love your vases with my flowers.Thank you for always making me smile with the cute things in your booth at Canton.Keep up the inspiring work.

Saucy said...

You have a sweet little blog and I am glad to have found it and will visit again. Love the hat chandeliers!

Donna Lynn said...

Nice vases, wish I could shop at your Canton booth! Love your blog and so enjoy visiting you!
Donna Lynn

Donna Lynn said...

P.S. I am so happy you got to see my sweet pups, I love them with all my heart! Honey the small one was in such bad shape when we got her, do you have any tips on fur problems? I am feeding them Timberwolf Organic dog food, she gets bathed in Organic special puppy skin shampoo. We are trying to help her get her fur back in spots that she had sores...
Donna Lynn

cindy said...

Those are tooo cute and love that they are hand-made...hope you have more next month.

c

Painted Pink Pot said...

Really nice vases. Your blog is so pretty.

Stacy

Donna Lynn said...

LaurieAnna,
Thanks for the help for Honey, she has such sad fur right now! I have tried the Hot Spot Treatment, that didn't do a thing, the Shar-pei in her is probably the problem. Teddy the big one is a Shar-pei/Staffordshire mix too but his dad was the Staffie and he does not have the skin and coat problems like that! I will get my Tea Tree oil out and try that, I also thought about Bag Balm? If it works for Cracked Cow utters why not her skin sores!
Bless you for the response,
Donna Lynn