Tuesday with the "Kims" and the Winner(s)!

It's Tea on Tueasday with Kimmie at Art in Red Wagons...what are you up to this week? Well, here it's still wedding planning of course...





















and, now that Lent is over, eating potato chips again!   Hopefully, not as many as before. :)










I also, think there will be a focus on the garden as long as it dries up a bit.  I placed a big online order for plants and seeds and a few have come already!  You can visit everyone else for tea here and I'm sure Kimmie would love to have you join up!















Today, is also Texture Tuesday with Kim at the Cafe.  The challenge was to use the "serendipity" texture of hers.  All of these photos were altered with one to two layers of "serendipity".  The challenge next week is that your photo has to include a cup...?!  I'm ahead of the game!  Head over to check out the other Texture Tuesday entries.














Make your own tin can with labels!  Just remove the can label, use a nail and hammer to punch two holes, then wire on a clothespin.  My label is made with scraps and machine embroidery but you could hand embroider, or just use scraps of paper.  Stitch (or glue) some together for an interesting layered look. My can came from an auction filled with old nails and whatnot so has a nice aged look, but a new one will look just fine too!

I decided to draw for two winners from last Tuesdays with the Kims post for clay tags!  The  winners are Redcasa and Halle! (drawn by my little Audrey)  I will be trying to contact you, but if I can't find an email for you, please contact me!

19 comments

  1. As always your photos are GORGEOUS!!! I love LOVE the tin can idea!!! That's so cool!!!

    ;-D Happy Tuesday! Enjoy the potato chips!

    robelyn

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  2. Your tin can looks fab with the wooden peg and I love the little seed label, great photos!! Happy Tea Tuesday!!

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  3. Love your photos. The little seed label is great. Thanks for visiting my blog. I am off to check out more of yours. Have to check out your tank garden. Happy tea day.

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  4. Congrats to the winners. That seeds label is fantastic. Wish I could sew like that! Love it.

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  5. Such pretty photos and cute idea for a tin can. I'm crocheting cozy covers for cans at the moment. :) Happy Tuesday to you. Tammy

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  6. Love the tin can (one of my favorite containers-- cheap and plentiful!)

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  7. Great Idea! I am always looking for new ways to store my stash of stuff.

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  8. The tin can labels are genius! Thanks so much for sharing.

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  9. What a perfect way to stash stuff and boy do I have stuff!! Of course love the pictures. Best wishes on the wedding preparations. My cardinal is a good boy and sits outside my window so I sit very still on the other side of the glass!!

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  10. Great tin can! Gotta love the RRR :) Enjoy your T day.

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  11. Clever girl! Shooting through the cup handle! Woot!

    so...how was the shower? perfection I'm sure<3

    xx
    z

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  12. love the texture (per usual)....and the aged ol can. that coffee cup would fit perfectly into my cupboard....ahem....i SAID...that COFFEE CUP WOULD FIT PERFECTLY...

    i kid. not really, but you know i kid, right?

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  13. you are such a clevah gull :)
    I am getting so many ideas with every visit!
    your photos really show it off too ....
    and now I will go and pout that I didn't win

    (not really) I don't know the other girl, but I do know Halle, so I will be happy for her :)

    here's to potato chips

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  14. Congrat's to the winners! What a great idea on those tin cans, Jill! Oh, and I was drive by blogging for a little bit in between projects and saw the most adorable nametag settings made out of chubby little branches. Hopefully I can find it again and pass along the link for you to peek at as well! Beautiful photos, as always! xo, Sue

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  15. Congrats to the winners!! Love your can and stitchery!!! Drop by for tea, if you get a chance.

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  16. Oh thank you so much!! Special thanks to little Audrey! Love the mug. The glaze on it is fantastic. I love stoneware and the uniqueness of each piece.

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  17. I particularly like the third & last image, because of the warm light the texture gives. Love the fabric label.

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