Tuesday, March 27, 2012

Pansy Tin





A vintage tin covered in pansies!
A recent thrift store find down south.
I'm thinking that I have a tall tin with a matching pansy pattern
 up at the lake house.
It could be the start of another collection!




I love pansies...don't you?
:)

39 comments:

Chrissy...The Apothecary Shop said...

What a pretty post!! Hope you have enjoyed your day...xoxo

Michele @ The Nest at Finch Rest said...

Oh what a treasure to have found!

I LOVE that, and absolutely adore pansies!

That is a really great score! Hope you have a matching one, wouldn't that be something?

Michele @ The Nest at Finch Rest said...

If you go to Bernideen's Tea Time Blog she posted her gorgeous collection of pansy tea china today!

Definately spring is in the air now with these lovely pansies!!

Marilyn said...

What's not to love about them??!!
The minute I saw the tin I thought ....sewing tin!! But that is just me....LOL!!
Marilyn

chateau chic said...

So pretty! I do love pansies, and just planted some in my iron urns on my front porch.
Mary Alice

Zita - Mlle Magpie said...

I love pansies too, but none to be found here yet. You can bet that as soon as they're out in the garden centres that I will be planting some!

Sherry@ Ties2ThePast said...

I L.O.V.E their sweet faces!
♥'s
Sherry

Vickie @ Ranger 911 said...

They are so delicate, yet one of the last flowers to bloom before the autumn frost. It looks so pretty in that old bottle!

oldgreymare said...

Pansies always look happy :D
xx
z

Anne said...

How fabulous and I love that purple bottle too!!

xox

Art and Sand said...

I think pansies are amazing. I love the color combos and their velvet texture. You have made me anxious for my yard to be filled with a riot of pansies.

Muffy's Marks said...

Your pansy tin is just perfect. It will look lovely at the cottage.

www.MaisonStGermain.com said...

Oh how pretty:) Yes I love them too. I bought a small box of them a couple of days ago and will plant them this week. It has been cold and even though they can withstand it, I feel better keeping them in the warmth;)
~Debra xxx
Capers of the vintage vixens

Andy's Attic said...

Yes, I love pansies, and violets. That is one precious little tin you found. Love the first picture where the real pansy jumps out at us.
:>) Annette

Kate said...

Laura
Love the pop of purple & lavendar. just gorgeous and perfect for springtime.

Have a great week
Kate
xoxo

LizlovesVintage said...

Yes, I do too!!
Welcome home :)
xxx Liz
PS. ANOTHER COLLECTION??? Ha, Ha.
Oh. no ;)

Bliss said...

Pansy's are nice but I LOVE that little purple bottle.

~Bliss~

Karena said...

I adore pansies!! Laura your box is so wonderful!!

I hope you will come and see the feature I have on an amazing sculptor.

xoxo
Karena
Art by Karena
The 2012 Artist Series

Karena said...

Oh yes I forgot to ask where you found the lavender bottle?

xoxo
Karena
Art by Karena
The 2012 Artist Series

W. theAntiquesLovers said...

Pansies in the language of flowers means: Think about me!
Lovely tin Laura!

summersoul said...

love the purple bottle!

MC

Bleudelavande said...

Hi Laura That little pansy is sooooo beautiful!!!!! I love that little violet bottle!!!!
Have a nice week my dear friend.

Polly said...

Yes! I love pansies! I bought pansies at garden center a few days ago. I planted them in pots today! Nice photos!

Linda Keaveney said...

Pansies always make me think of Easter...

Lovely post, once again..

Cheers

Linda :o)

Joasia said...

Hi Laura,
The tin if fabulous and I LOVE the colour of that medicine bottle.
Pansies are timeless and definitely my favourite.
Joasia x
Ps. I'll have that price of my mini kettle for you tomorrow.

Evi said...

love Pansies! Had them in my hand to buy at Homedepot...put them down...and bought outdoor furniture instead, forgot all about the Pansies. Never mind, have to bring the furniture back, and will buy what I origionally came for....Pansies
Wish they had such a pretty tin too, even a reproduction, sigh...
Was fun talking to you earlier. Changed the computer set up. Thanks.
Hugs and tons of love,
Evi

Sarah said...

I've had purple pansies growing in my garden all winter. They do make me smile. Your tin is delightful. Great find. ~ Sarah

LaPouyette said...

WOW!!! What a beautiful post with the most wonderful images and these colors.....!!! Incredible!

But as always....lovely, lovely post!

Thank you so much for your comment and I'm sorry for late visit and commenting, but still so occupied with our work here, garden, house, clearing winter demmage and....
Just took a break today for a short visit to the blogland :)

I always enjoy your posts very much and can spend hours to see all your pictures!!!

Warmest greetings from the Perigord,
karin

Roberta said...

Hi Laura! We love the same things; purple bottles, pansies and pansy tins! I have one that I will dig out and take some pretty pictures of, like yours. xo

Dorthe said...

Beautiful, dear Laura- love the box and the pansies.
My husbond just brought me some beautifully light lillac ones today, they are also adorable.
Hugs,Dorthe

Fresh Vanilla For C said...

HI Laura~~~

Love the pics with the pansy and the purple bottle. So....pretty.
Have a great weekend
~Cheryl

Lynneb said...

Coming out of months of lurking to say hello and to tell you that I SO enjoy your thrifted treasures...it is a like passion of mine and I'm always eager to see what you are sharing.

Rustique Gal said...

Laura, I love pansies too! What a sweet pansy tin. I think you do need to collect them now. I also love the lavender bottle. Pansies are in the local stands now. I always plant them as soon as I can-early this year, too.
Have a great weekend!
Hugs,
Sherry

Rebecca said...

So pretty! I love that purple glass bottle also! Pansies are so happy.
Blessings
Rebecca

Tutti Chic said...

what a fabulous find!!! :) chris

Faded Plains said...

Pansies are so pretty and dainty...and look darling in your purple jar.

kathy b said...

what a cool purple bottle....ive never seen one

Magdalena said...

Absolutely gorgeous pictures!!!
Greetings from Poland ✿ܓ

KarenSue Farash said...

Where have I been?! I missed a lot here. First, I love the new header.
I don't think you are aloud to take vintage tins across the state line of Florida. So you better bring it back before you get caught or someone turns you in!! If you come to Fancy Flea you can bring it with you and I will take it off your hands.
Just saying...