Monday, June 13, 2022

Beautiful Things In Humble Places

The goal is never perfection, and maybe its because I’m a bit of a dirty, repurposed vessel myself. 

I really should have posted a before and after so you could appreciate the work that went into cleaning these up (there are actually 4 total). I picked them up for $1 each. Bill might have had that familar, “What in the world are you going to do with those?, look on his face. But soon shiny red apples will nest beautifully in one, freshly gathered eggs in another, fresh herbs from the garden? The possibilities are endless, and these old chipped and stained beauties still have so much life and service to offer!

“Blessed are they who see beautiful things in humble places where other people see nothing.”


 - Porcelain bowls picked up at an estate sale this weekend.
A friend suggested I could purchase porcelain touch up paint to hide the imperfections,
but I tend to be a lover of imperfect things. 

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