Tuesday, March 31, 2015

Spring Flowers And An Antique Baby Scale...

Do you remember when I found this antique baby scale at a neighbor's yard sale last summer? I've enjoyed filling it with pumpkins in the fall and pine branches and bulbs in the winter. Now that spring is here, I wanted to bring a little garden goodness inside...





I chose ranunculus (because they're pretty), English lavender (for the scent) and dusty miller (the whitish plant that looks dusty - because it will fit in perfectly here ;).

Are you bringing any new plants or flowers indoors this spring? 

So glad you stopped by today!



17 comments:

  1. That's so pretty! the baby scale is a very unique planter idea.

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  2. What a sweet baby scale.... I can imagine a mid wife weighing that new arrival, cute farmhouse addition to your home. Happy spring and beautiful Easter grace.

    Xx
    Dore

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    1. Awww, it makes me nostalgic for babies too! :) Let's just hope they wrapped the newborns in a blanket before weighing them with their delicate skin on wicker!! Hope you have a very blessed Easter Dore! Xo ~julie

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    1. Thank you Martina! Have a blessed Easter!

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  4. Your antique baby scale is perfect for every season and I love how it looks with your pretty potted flowers!

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    1. Thanks so much! Amazing what some flowers can do!

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  5. Love that baby scale, and your flowers are gorgeous! :)
    Susan

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  6. How pretty. What a great way to use such a unique item.

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  7. Darling idea Julie! Love your choice in flowers. Jo

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  8. Adorable Julie! Happy Easter to all of you! Cindy from my Idaho farm!

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  9. What a great find and it looks so pretty with the flowers in it. Happy Easter!

    ~Trisha

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  10. I love the chippy table the scale is sitting on. Have a very Happy Easter!

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  11. Love the baby scale...I saw some just like yours at our huge antique mall last weekend.
    ~Cindy

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  12. It is unique and looks pretty. I like things like that for little decorating touches.

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