Thursday, June 5, 2014

vintage planter pincushions

I need to warn you, I have a new obsession.   I love finding cute little vintage planters!   I am always on the look out for them at thrift shops and antique shops.  If I can find them for a reasonable price I snatch them up.    Awhile back after I found my first one I put a pincushion in it so I could enjoy having it on my sewing table and look at it all the time.


Now with the new ones that I find I'm starting to make them into pincushions too.  I just did a little Instagram sale last night and sold these four.  





Aren't they just the sweetest!   I've got some more in the works so will have more available in couple weeks.  :)

I hope you have a lovely Thursday!  See ya soon!




21 comments:

  1. Those are soooo cute!! Love them!!

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  2. Too much cuteness! Such a great idea to turn them into pincushions! xx

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  3. They seriously couldn't be any sweeter! Great job!
    Erica :)

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  4. How cute! I now wish I had not passed on the one I saw at an auction!

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  5. Oh my! So cute! Everything you do is sooooo cute! You inspire me!

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  6. These are such sweet pincushions, Kerri! And I love your sailboat pillow on your previous post too....beautiful!
    Happy weekend!
    Helen xox

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    Something new to look for at the yardsales.
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  15. Kerri your pin cushions are so cute. I have been doing that and putting them in my little shop in town. It seems like everything I see I can see a pin cushion made out of it. It is so much fun.
    Hugs
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  16. What a wonderful idea! Your repurposed planters are absolutely the cutest - thanks so much for sharing....I have a couple treasured baby planters (given to my Mom when I was born...I think that makes them Uber Vintage...lol...) and now I think at least one (if not both) will be my new very special pincushions! Thank you so much for the inspiration!

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  17. I love your little pincushion Vintage planters. I can't wait to get home from a travel work week to play with my Vintage Planters! Can't wait!! Can not wait!!

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  18. Oh wow, these are just perfect! so sweet. I used to have an old donkey planter around for many years but it eventually broke, they are pretty hard to find these days. You've inspired me, I'll keep a look out for a new one. I Love your creations, I too am a mama of six ... Karen

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