Monday, February 17, 2014

A Bit Of This 'n That

This week
I've changed out the Valentine decor for
Egg Cups
Blue & White
Delicate egg cups
Sturdy egg cups
Fruit designs
A little chick egg cup and this wooden one with a porcelain rim
and my latest and favorite egg cup
 This cute little bird whose tail is a salt shaker

I treated myself to a Valentine flower
A pretty pink Hydrangea plant
and for Sara
Sweet little mini Mums in a heart mug
Charlie Kitty says Hi

I had a great weekend with my daughters, it is always a treat when we are able to get together.

I'm sharing this at 


Deb said...

I love the cup with the tree on it. Your little shelf brings you lots of pleasure, I see. I'm like that with my cupboard. Oh Charlie, you are such a sweetie pie. Love that big 'ol kitty face. Sending a hug, Deb

Vicky Hunt said...

Love the egg cups in your shelf...looks great!I always look forward to seeing what you put in it! So happy to hear you had a lovely weekend with your daughters. Hope you have a lovely week as well!

Blessings, Vicky

Nancy's Notes said...

Linda, I love your little bit of this and that! I just love that wooden one with a porcelain rim, the flowers on it are so dainty! You do have a great collection there! Aww, sweet little Charlie is adorable!

Chatty Crone said...

So Ashe did get home.

Charlie is beautiful.

And you did get the egg cups out - did you buy one in Paris?

Love, sandie

Kathe said...

I love your egg cup collection! That birdie with the salty tail is the sweetest!!! And hello Charlie! You sure are looking handsome lil kitty :-) I'm so happy you had a wonderful time with your girls!

Sarah said...

Linda, it's always a treat to see what's in your cubbies. You've a great collection of egg cups.

ImSoVintage Laura Walker said...

Glad you were able to get together with both of your daughters. I love your sweet egg cup collection. It will be Easter before we know it. xo Laura

Jill said...

So cute, Linda! I've heard someone laugh and ask what you would need an egg cup for,, we still use egg cups, surely they won't become a thing of the past.

Susan said...

That is an "eggsactly" perfect collection for you, Linda. Wowsers. You have a lot of cute egg cups!

Your flower is delightful, too.

Thanks for all your visits! Susan

Barbara F. said...

Your cubbies are perfect for spring, which hopefully should arrive in 29 days, but whose counting? lol. xo

Maureen Wyatt said...

You are well on your way to Easter with all those cute egg cups on display. Does that mean spring will soon be here? I hope so!

Lynn@Happier Than a Pig in Mud said...

I have a real weakness for egg cups! (And will be bringing out the Easter ones you gave me soon:@) Never saw a hobnail one before, love it!

Pam~ Virginia Retro said...

Linda, what a sweet collection! Bet those egg cups aren't easy to find.

Love your Charlie....he is beautiful! Looks like a cuddler. :)

~Lavender Dreamer~ said...

The little blue bird is the cutest one I've ever seen. I need to switch out my little bit of Valentine decorating, too! Sweet hugs Sis!


Very sweet egg cup collection! Of course the bluebird is the cutest one!
Love the plant you bought for yourself.

Diane said...

Lovely collection! I really like the one with the trees and oranges. By the way, the wooden cup with the white rim/roses-- I had four of those that belonged to my grandmother. Sold them at a consignment shop about 14 years ago. Maybe you found one!

Linda P said...

So very cute. collections are much fun and I can see these little eggs are delighful. Charlie is adorable.

The Quintessential Magpie said...

Linda, those egg cups are wonderful! That last one is my favorite, how darling, and I love that his tail is the salt shaker!

Hi, Charlie, waving to you and Linda from Florida!

Glad you had a good Valentine's Day. Ours was quiet.



Marigene said...

What a cute display of your egg cups. My favorite, you ask...the one with the sea gull. Bet that surprised you, no?
Love the'll be awhile before mine blossoms, the way this winter is going; it may be a long time!

Van said...

Gorgeous cup collection. And kitty. :)

Donna said...

What a fun collection, Linda! I've never seen milk glass egg cups, they are so pretty. My favorite is the same as yours, that darling little blue bird! Katie says to tell Charlie hi!!

Jo-Anne Meadows said...

Hi Charlie, and what such cute and egg cups

Jo-Anne Meadows said...

Hi Charlie, and what such cute and egg cups

Audrey said...

You have some great egg cups and display is so interesting.
Audrey Z. @ Timeless Treasures

Alycia Nichols said...

Uh oh....somebody's got a hankering for Spring to get here!!! All these egg cups means you've already jumped ahead to Easter in your mind!! :-)

Neat collection! I love the little Tweety Bird-looking one! Great bonus that his tail is a salt shaker!!!

Anonymous said...

Wow, what an amazing group of egg cups. What a fantastic collection - so jealous of the milk glass ones. but the birdie with the salt tail is the BEST! I have got to try and find one like that :)

Betsy@My Salvaged Treasures said...

Another fabulous cubbie display. Oh, that little bird is so precious.

Tree Hugger - Suzan said...

Love seeing your egg cups!! Thanks for the great idea of putting a plant into a coffee mug!! I bought a colorful "grandmother" mug, but got it home and it can't be put in the micro wave or dish washer!!! Bah Hum Bug!! I'll put a flower in it!!
Where is your egg cup from Paris???

Jann Olson said...

Fantastic collection Linda! I have a total of two. I found a unique one once at a thrift. It was a milk white rooster. When I was paying for it the store clerk dropped it. Oh well, no more rooster. lol! The little birdie is still my fav!

Sheryl said...

I left my address for you in the comment section of the post on the give away.

Sherry@Back2Vintage said...

That is the most darling picture of Charlie!!! Love your egg cup collection. My faves are the chick cups...never, ever seen one with a salt shaker in the tail. Wow!

Dawn WeCallItJunkin said...

What a great collection and display! I think the one with the salt shaker tail is my fave, but you have several pretties.