Tuesday, April 3, 2012

Spring, Home, Tablesettings.....

I asked my daughter to look into having this lovely old piece of metal
remade into real votive holders.  
do you like?

be sure to look at yesterday's post, the 8th in our
By Invitation Only 
they are about spring/rebirth/possibilities,
you'll be able to see beneath my post all of the other participants and their links.

this particular post was a stretch for me, not at all the usual fluffy prettiness
which I fear I'm known for, but a thoughtful and compelling dialogue with myself
on life and the afterlife.

each of us puts lots of thought and work into these posts,
we want you guys to enjoy them and look forward to the next month's posts.




  1. I love that votive holder Marsha. One can never have enough crowns!


  2. Dear Marsha,
    I WANT that rusty crown votive....it's beautiful and just the sort of thing that I buy !! It's gorgeous.
    ....and, weren't the BIO posts for April beautiful and all different? That's what I love about the BIO posts.....plus, like you, I'm a bit of a pretty pictures kind of blog and it's not often that you see the poingant side of me !! These BIO posts really give us something to think about don't they ?
    Take care Marsha. XXXX

  3. Wow ... that votive holder turned out beautiful! I love kitchens with no uppers and the use of open shelves! That kitchen is brilliant. Happy Wednesday ..xo HHL

  4. What a glamourous post, Marsha. You have an amazing taste!

    Have a wonderful day!


    Luciane at HomeBunch.com

    PS: If you a minute, please drop by to enter my Giveaway! :-)

  5. Wow, Marsha! LOVE!
    Such a brilliant idea!

  6. I love the votive holder you've creative. It gives such a warm ambience. The kitchen in the second photo is lovely too. I love confit pots and that yellow one on the counter is adorable.

    I'm off to ready your "By Invitation" post!

    Enjoy the rest of your week!

  7. Oh you had me with the crown!

    Hugs & kisses from South Florida,


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