Tuesday, August 16, 2011

~White Wednesday # 113~

I hope you are all having a wonderful week so far.  I had a great junking weekend and found tons of stuff, but my favorite part of it was getting to meet up with the lovely Rene' of Miss Gracie's House.  She was in town and wanted to get together so we met at a local street fair going on and also was able to do some old fashioned pickin' at a barn sale.  We found all kinds of great rusty junk and had a great time visiting.  I wish she lived closer so we could do it more often:-)  I'll be sharing some of my purchases over the next week as I'm getting ready to do the Camas Vintage Street Sale on Sat.  August 27th.

I've been wanting to share these white impatients all lined up in pots on my windowbox.  This was something simple my husband made for me with just some metal brackets with a board lying across it and some thick rusty wire to help keep the pots in place. 

I love how I can enjoy these pots filled with flowers from both the inside and out.  I love the simplicity of these flowers and they do well here because they only get early morning sun.  Enjoy!  xoxo K. 

My feature today is Linda at Delight.  I've recently come across her inspiring blog and am so glad that I did.  You'd have to go over and check it out along with all the lovely things she creates. 

I'm also linking up with Cottage Flora @ Fishtail Cottage

44 comments:

  1. I love the shelf with the clay pots lined in a row- very pretty!
    can I copy?

    Karen

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  2. Thanks for hosting. I'll have to check out Linda's blog.

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  3. I love those shots of the flower pots from inside. I'd love to have flowers on the ledge like this. You husband is a handy guy! Thanks for the party, Kathleen!

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  4. Love those great shelves and sweet flowers! Just linked up, xo Debra

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  5. I love them...the do look good inside and out!

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  6. ...i see you had white fleurs on your mind too:)

    Happy White Fleur Wednesday!
    xo, Rosemary

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  7. I like the idea of a shelf of pots for a "window box". Looks great!
    Thanks for sharing Linda's blog and thanks for hosting.

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  8. Thank you so much for hosting! Don't husbands come in handy for things like that!!!
    Faye

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  9. I love your sweet plant shelf under the window. You inspired me for next spring! How nice that you could meet with Rene. Have a wonderful week. Pamela

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  10. Hi Kathleen
    Hope you are well.
    I love this flower box idea sooo easy to put up.

    PS I had to shut down my mittens blog so I made this one instead.
    I hope you will continue to follow :)
    http://myvintagemarketplace.blogspot.com/

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  11. Thank you so much for the feature! What an honor! And, thank you for hosting again this week...it is always a pleasure to join.
    Linda

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  12. Kathleen,
    Beautiful, beautiful! I also so enjoy flowerpots placed to be viewed from indoors and out. Brings me joy every day!

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  13. White flowers always look so cool and fresh! Love it!

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  14. Hi Kathleen,
    I absolutely love white impatients...have them in big pots on either side of our front door. There is something about pure white flowers against deep green leaves...and yours are beautiful.
    Enjoy the last few weeks of summer,
    Cheryl at My Sister's Cottage

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  15. What a clever husband to make that pot shelf for you, Kathleen. The flowers looks so pretty inside and out.
    Thanks for another great WW,
    Susan

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  16. How cute is that window box!!! WOW!

    m ^..^

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  17. Hi Kathleen!
    I love white impatiens~ always so cheerful! I always try to plant at least a flat or tow every year.
    This is a great window box idea! I love the clean, simple lines of it!
    Have a great rest of the week!

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  18. Your white impatients look great, mine have not done well this year. Great view from the window

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  19. Love those white impatiens in the rustic pots, so pretty!
    Tracey

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  20. what a great idea for flowerpots - I've always loved impatiens too and yours are so pretty just now. Thank you for hostessing, it's wonderful to be joining in today! xo, Diane

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  21. I love all your pots filled with sweet delicate white impatiens!
    I love Linda's blog too!
    Have a great week!
    hugs, Cheryl

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  22. Hi Kasthleen. This is my first link up with White Wednesday. Great to meet you and thank you for havinh me!
    looking forwar to all the visits with the other links as well.

    Veronica
    www.tasselsandtwigs.blogspot.com

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  23. Kathleen, Love Linda's blog it is beautiful.Love the flowers it the jam jar... It's just as cute as it wants to be...thanks for hosting WW.. I always look forward to it...

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  24. Love your clay pots and white flowers!

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  25. Sounds like you & Miss Gracie's House were playin Picker sisters this last weekend LOL

    I miss doing that so much

    love all the whites this week

    Janice

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  26. I love the key image, so beautiful but your sofa looks so wonderful. Have a cup of coffee with a friend on kind of sofa.

    Have a fabulous day, Kathleen.

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  27. Lovely flowerpots and shelf Kathleen! Sometimes the simple ideas are the best.
    HAPPY WW!
    Blessings~

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  28. Buongiorno Kathleen! Impatient is one of my favorite. Did you know you can clip and replant them? Have a great WW Ciao Rita

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  29. I love not only your inpatients, but love the burlap pillows on your couch by the window! I read Rene's blog and it was wonderful you two could hook up for a shopping day.

    Take care, Sue

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  30. Happy White Wednesday!!
    I love your post!!!

    XO
    Cindy

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  31. I love how your pots look inside and out! It must have been fun to meet up with Renee- I love her blog too.

    Thank you for hosting,

    Carolyn

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  32. Nothing prettier than a plant blooming in a sturdy old fashioned terra cotta pot. Lovely!
    Cass

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  33. I love clay pots and white flowers, and use both each year here too. Thanks for hosting.

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  34. I love that you can see the pots and flowers from inside. I have hanging baskets at the kitchen windows and use extra chain on them so they hang low. That way you get a peek or red from inside. Bobby G. doesn't get my obsession with having things "just right". Hang em and go is his motto. LOL Happy WW and thanks so much for hosting ~

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  35. I am so honored you shared the garden party on your White Wednesday's post.....thank you! I especially love those pots with the impatients so happily blooming in them. xoxo,tracie

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  36. So beautiful and pure looking white flower planted on those plants. Very good to look at.


    Cassy from Acoustic Guitar Lessons

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  37. Those pots are really cute. You are so lucky to have such a beautiful sight out your window.

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  38. Love, love, love the White Wednesday items! Looking forward to seeing more.
    -Revi

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  39. I love your flower box! Such a simple yet effective twist in the usual. Nice!

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  40. Lovely!!! So glad I "stumbled" upon your blog!!

    Lesley V.

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  41. I love Linda's blog, d e l i g h t , and your impatiens are too, too pretty. I like the simplicity of them in the terra cotta pots. Lovely! :D

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