I LoVe Imperfections...
chipped... salvaged... tattered... worn... rusty... crusty...

Wednesday, March 7, 2012

ChiPPy-WHITE WaTerInG Can ~ WHITE WEDNESDAY!*!*!

Spring has Sprung!*!*!  
 **60 Degrees Today**
  AND I REALLY SHOULD BE OUTSIDE GETTING READY FOR THIS WEEKEND'S SHOW!!! - But I "just had to" take a few quick pics FOR WHITE WEDNESDAY hosted by FaDeD Charm...


 PeRfeCtLy ChiPPy, Natural Time-Worn PaTiNa...
This is one of my FaVoRiTe ViNtaGe Watering Cans!!!
Besides it's AwEsoMe PaTiNa, it's form is less commonly seen...




 ** Sprinkling RoSe Head**
Soooo much more interesting than brand new!*!*! 




 ViNtaGe...



 I LoVe these ViNtaGE
 "BiRdie Springtime Beverage Bottles"...
***Jill & Kathy - ONLY 2 left - AND I've set them aside for YOU!!!



Now that you're THINKING S*P*R*I*N*G,
Hop on over to Kathleen's Blog
to view all the other White Wednesday Enteries...

Come Shop-My-SHaBBies 
THIS WEEKEND ~ Saturday & Sunday...
March 10th & 11th
Visit my sidebar for more DETAILS on the Lake County Fairgrounds
 in Illinois...


~*~* ChiPPy!-SHaBBy! *~*~

10 comments:

  1. Love the pics...thx for taking them...good luck with the show!!..xo, Mariaelena

    ReplyDelete
  2. Oh sweet! You can paint watering cans white, but they never look like this! Yum. Happy Spring!

    ReplyDelete
  3. The watering can is scrumptious. New ones not so much.

    ReplyDelete
  4. you have the BEST whites! thanks and big hugs for stopping by and commenting on my romantic homes blog feature! you're the best!

    hugs,

    shelley

    ReplyDelete
  5. Love the watering can and wish I had a ton of them to place fresh flowers in...thanks for sharing!

    ReplyDelete
  6. Wow it's so pretty!!! I need a chippy white one!!

    ReplyDelete
  7. Charming watering can...best of luck at the show:)

    Blessings,
    Linda

    ReplyDelete
  8. always love your perfectly chippy shabbiness!!

    Happy almost Spring! =)

    blessings
    barbara jean

    ReplyDelete
  9. love this!!! And I so wish I could come to the show! I was on the internet googling vintage watering cans when your blog popped up. I am so glad it did. Now I have a new blog to follow. HWW xo

    ReplyDelete
  10. A watering can's anatomical parts are simple. Mainly, the container with handles and a short or long spout. At the spout's end you'll find the rose. This is the piece that contains the perforations allowing for sprinkling rather than pouring.

    ReplyDelete

COMMENTS ~ ALWAYS APPRECIATED...
PoSt a Comment -OR-
Email Me: chippyshabby@wi.rr.com
I'd LoVe to Hear What Y*O*U Have to Say!*!*!