Thursday, April 4, 2013

Vintage Charm

                                                             Hello everyone,
                               On this sunny but cool day I enjoyed some time indoors with my camera. So I have a few photos to share with you today and some for another day.I am enjoying the pretty blooms of my geraniums sitting on a southern windowsill.
                               My Easter roses are still holding up pretty good.I like how they look with this old hatbox.
                                       One of my thrifty treasures this week was this lovely cameo vase.It is such a pretty shade of green and I know I will enjoy it with big bouquets of peonies,lilacs roses etc.
                                  I don't know if the vase is vintage or not but it has vintage appeal to me.

 Just a few quick shots to share with you today-hope you enjoyed them.

  Thank you for stopping by,


Linda said...

I love that glorious rose, Carolyn! It is a sunny hue and makes me feel warm just at the sight of it. Just popping in to say hello and hope all went well with your stove afterwards!
Linda at Beautiful Ideas

Anne said...

Lovely treasures Carolyn and beautiful photos too!

janice15 said...

Just sweet and lovely.Beautiful roses and I love the Camio Vase very pretty...Happy Thursday with love Janice

Jacqueline~Cabin and Cottage said...

I've never seen a beautiful vase like that, but it looks like something I would see on your blog. Lovely! I'm still loving your geranium!

Anonymous said...

You always have such wonderful photos, and the cameo vase is so beautiful.
blessings, jill

Blondie's Journal said...

Beautiful flowers and you take such lovely pictures. It's always a treat to visit your blog, Carolyn!


Lavender Cottage said...

The cameo vase is pretty Carolyn, a good find.

One Shabby Old House said...

Hello sweet Carolyn,
I have been catching up reading your beautiful blog. I think it is better than any garden magazine on the shelf today. It is hard to believe that any month on your island could be brown and muddy. lol Apparently it takes brown and muddy to make beauty. Your pictures are amazing. It was a pleasure catching up!

Rosemary and Thyme said...

Such a lovely and romantic post. I love that Cameo vase. What a great find. Enjoy your weekend Carolyn.

Susan said...

Oh, I loved the photos very much, Carolyn! Great job! And the new cameo vase? Exquisite! That was a great "treasure" find.

Sooooo pretty, one and all. Susan

Alessandra said...

Your cameo vase is gorgeous. Your photos are always very romantic!

Linda said...

That vase is really something! I have never seen a cameo vase before! Your garden cottage is so wonderful...and it reminds me of a neighbor girl's play house that her daddy built for her in their garden when I was a child. I loved playing in it! It was much smaller than yours...but it was so charming!

Love, Linda


Your collection of vase are very lovely as is all your photos of your exquisite roses. I visited your lovely PEI a couple of years ago. A dream come true. Such a beautiful and peaceful island indeed. Hugs Judy

Collar City Brownstone said...

I was reading Anne of Green Gables for the fist time and just finished it. As I was reading I kept thinking you living there on Prince Edward Island. Anne Shirley makes it sound like an ideal place to live.

Debbie@Debbie-Dabble and A Debbie-Dabble Christmas said...

Simply stunning, Carolyn!!

Thanks so much for stopping by and leaving such a nice comment about my transferware and cupboard!!


Michele @ The Nest at Finch Rest said...

Sure D"ID enjoy them - everything is so pretty - and I ♥ your new to you green cameo vase, my favvie favorite colour!!

Have a wonderful weekend.