Sunday, January 17, 2010

Old Crock & Pottery

Good Afternoon Friends~~~~

I made a quick trip to Texas to drop off my big
Christmas tree and some greenery and to check
on my house. I wanted to make sure I didn't have
anything broken from the cold. It got down to 8 or
10 degrees and that is rare for Texas. Everything
was ok, thank goodness and so I spent one day
seeing some of my friends and neighbors and came
right back.
I stopped at one shop on the way down, that I like to
shop at, and a couple on the way back. I got a pottery
bottle on the way down for my hubby and a cute little
cross stitch at the one on the way back.....I can see
the thread on the back of the cross stitch so I took it
out of the frame and I painted the backing board
toffee, so will see how it looks when I get it back
together..... Anyway, here is a picture of the pottery
we have gotten on our last treks into Texas.....The
one with the leather around it is the one I just got.....
My DH has gotten into bottles, lately and I just
remembered a mug he got the other day.....I guess
I will go take a picture of it.....I'll post it later because
it really needs two views....
Well, I hope you all are having a great weekend!
Come back for Meet a Bear Monday.....
Bear Hugs~Karen


  1. I LOVE all four of your pottery jars - they are wonderful!!!!!

  2. You're one traveling lady. :) I'm glad you are back safe.
    I've never seen anything like these. I have so much to learn!
    Looking forward to Monday night! I bought a small Emily rabbit Boyd's on Friday at a new store I found. Lol, did you know you go shopping with me in spirit sometimes? :D

  3. Hey Beth, maybe we can go shopping
    together some time! It is hard to find
    Boyd's at stores, anymore. I used to
    get some from a couple shops in Indiana.
    One where I got a lot of them has a,
    she would ship them to me by the box full!

    Bear Hugs~Karen

  4. Really love all of them but that blue one sure stole my eye !
    Prim Huggs n Blessins


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