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Tuesday, April 7, 2015


What's It Wednesday #161
Have you ever found one thing that leads to another? My new love is wire work. Isn't this little flower wagon lovely?

Then I found this house that looks like Russian turrets on top. So fun and unique.

But my favorite is this wire planter, perfect for Spring blooms. Now, show us what has you wired.

Thanks to all of you who partied with us last week. Please link up and join us again. Remember, it's not a party without you!

Here Are This Week's Features:

My Thrift Store Addiction

The Vintage Nest

My 1929 Charmer

Hyacinths for the Soul

Bliss Ranch

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Ivy and Elephants

We are partying with these fine folks:
Come show off your whatchamacallits, what is its, what it once was, and "hey, look what I just did" posts. In other words, what you created, organized, designed or re-designed, found, purchased, transformed, inherited, re-purposed, renovated, are selling, or giving away.


Doreen@foxdenrd said...

I have a planter that's almost identical to your's, but admittedly my flowers have never looked quite so stunning.

Thank you for the party, and have a great week!

Tea Cottage Pretties said...

Oh are you kidding? Everything leads to another and another and....... Love your collection of all things wired!!!! Hugs, Beverly

Sarah said...

Love wired things. My friend took home an amazing wire planter, much like yours, from the latest Round Top Antique Show.
Thanks for the feature! I'm honored.
Love this party. Thanks for hosting!

Poppy said...

Such pretty wire works, Patti! I have several pieces, too, all over my home, mostly in black, as they resemble wrought iron from a distance.

Thanks for hosting and have a wonderful week!


Unknown said...

I'm loving wire too lately - just ordered something for a project !
Love your pieces and love the features !
thanks so much for the party !

Pura Vida said...

Your wire finds are wonderful

Linda @ Itsy Bits And Pieces said... the wirework planter! The features are lovely, too! Thanks for hosting!


Love those wire finds of yours!
Thanks so much for the party.

Artsy VaVa said...

Thank you for hosting the party.

Judy at GoldCountryCottage said...

Thank you for hosting, Patti. I love the wire works especially the planter.Hope you had a wonderful Easter..Judy

Parsimonious Décor Darling said...

Love those wired pieces!! The little wagon is so charming!

Liz@ HomeandGardeningWithLiz said...

Those are cute pieces- you've found another fun item to collect! I have a couple of wire pieces for outside that I enjoy using in the summer months. Thanks for hosting.

Rita C at Panoply said...

Patti, I love your wired pieces. Lately, it's been ironstone and wood for me, but if it's vintage, it's many things! Thanks for hosting.

Gail @Purple Hues and Me said...

Lovely wired pieces and great features, too! Thanks for another great party!

Tea in the Library said...

Love the wire planter. Happy to be joining the fun this week. Angels to you. Thanks for hosting!

Gina @ VictorianWannaBe said...

Ooooh, I like your wire treasures too, especially that planter! I like that spice rack too! Ooh la la!
Have a great week and thanks so much for the party!

Burlap Luxe said...

Well Patti,
I don't have to tell you how much I love wire-work.
I have studied the history of it for years, and have been bending a twisting it for years as well make objects to charm. You can find wire I have created in many older postings. My mini Chandeliers for my THEATRES, my crowns, my figures my wire mini cake toppers, and birdcages as well.
Love, love your post, you make me wish I could hop up right now and start working with some wire :) perhaps I will this week end.

I have been getting back into pottery something I did and painted back in the late 80's and China painted when it was all the thing in the 90's.
I have to mention, I adore that wonderful spice drawer it's a charmer. I wonder if that is a piece I would leave alone or end up tapering with turning it into a grey piece, nope!! That would maybe just have to stay as is :)
I am going to visit a few of your spotlighted blogs looks like some wonderful inspiration.

See you soon beautiful,



Lou Lou Girls said...

Hello gorgeous! I love your party, thanks for hosting! I would appreciate it if you would stop by our party. That would be so amazing! Lou Lou Girls

Dee said...

Those wire pieces are wonderful and the flowers look so pretty there. You've just given me some inspiration, so thanks for sharing... :)

Muscetta said...

Thanks for hosting. Have a nice week. Tina

Anne's Attic - Design said...

Thank you for hosting this great party! Jo

Jillian's Bella Rosa Antiques said...

Love that wire planter... you made it come to life! Thank you for hosting.


Magali@TheLittleWhiteHouse said...

Thank you for hosting and inspiring us every week with your amazing finds!

Jemma@athomewithjemma said...

Happy Wednesday Patti!
Love wire works in all shapes, colors and sizes!
Thanks for hosting,

xinex said...

Ironwork has always been one of my loves, Patti. Love yours!...Christine

My thrift store addiction said...

Oh I LOVE that planter--I just planted petunias today! Thanks so much for featuring my tea cakes! Blessings, Cecilia

Red Rose Alley said...

These wire items are so charming, Patti. I especially love that house. Your flowers are so vibrant with color. We just started planting a garden, and I am loving watching the flowers grow.

Thank you for the comment on Nel's PhD post, I appreciate it so much.

love, ~Sheri

Betsy@My Salvaged Treasures said...

I love your pretty wire treasures. I'm with you on the flower stand, it's gorgeous. Thanks for sharing your collection at Vintage Inspiration Party.

Butterfly 8)(8 Bungalow said...

I love your wire finds.

Ana said...

Great wire items. Love, love, love the wire planter.


Unknown said...

Thanks so much for th party ladies.

Unknown said...

Morning!Happy Spring! I love your wire pieces! The flowers you added really set it apart! Thank you for the inspiration and hosting ! have a beautiful week! Dianna

Bliss said...

Thank you for featuring my made over blanket chest. I always like linking up at Ivy and Elephants when I'm in the neighborhood. (That translates to when I'm not too lazy to link up).

Anonymous said...

I am thrilled and delighted to be featured this week!
thank you for the honor. I loved wired items. My "romantic" chicken house has a wire bicycle by the door. The chicks sit on it all the time. :)

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June said...

I love the tiered planter Patti! I have a few wired pieces I've found over the years too and love how they fit into any style of decor, don't you think?
Always love to come here and see what you are sharing with us all sweetie!
hugs from here...

Cathy @ My 1929 Charmer said...

Thank you for featuring our master bedroom, sorry I missed this week. Last week my computer crashed and I've been in new computer h.ll!

Unknown said...

We share a passion: I love wired things too and have just collected a whole slew of things. Funny! I LOVE that wired castle. Awesome! I will pin and G+ it! Just Great! Thanks for linking this up at SHARE IT sunday linky party! Link-ups like this make my day!

The Charm of Home said...

The wire plant stand is very pretty! Thanks for joining Home Sweet Home!

Unknown said...

There is some fabulous wire work to be found and at REALLY great prices at places like the Goodwill! I love it too. Thanks for hosting Patti!

Jemma@athomewithjemma said...

Love the way wire makes everything seem so charming! Beautiful!
Thank you for the party and have a marvelous week!

Lou Lou Girls said...

Hello beautiful! Thank you for hosting such a great party! Please take a moment to stop by our party. We pin and tweet your masterpieces!
Lou Lou Girls

Bente said...

Love them. It looks beautiful with the flowers.
Hugs from here


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