Wednesday, August 12, 2009

White Wednesday, or, "mercredi en blanc"

White Gloves Through the Years "oo la la"
White Tin with That French "je ne sais quoi"
White Basketweave McCoy-like Flower Pot with Lavender "bien sur!"
Enjoy your White Wednesday :) Bonjour!

13 comments:

C'est Moi, Julie Marie said...

Love the pretty white gloves!

Sandra~Romantique Inspirations~ said...

Hi Jenny, Very sweet white vintage gloves. In fact I was about to show all mine. Nice post!

Happy Whites-

Sandi said...

I adore vintage gloves. Looks like you have quite a few pairs. Lucky you!!
Thanks for visiting my blog!
Blessings~

Wizard of Was said...

Guess I with everyone...love the gloves...Nice vinette!

Frenchee Le Trip said...

J'adore! Tres joli! Thank you for visiting me in Provence. I dont know why the eggplants are white but I dont think it's the asparagus method. The skin has obviously been touched by the sun (not buried in sand like those asperges blanches).

Bonne journée!

Miss Gracie's House said...

The gloves are soo pretty!
Rene'

Rebecca said...

Hello
Thank you for stopping by on White Wednesday and leaving such a kind comment.
I love the gloves like everyone else!
Blessings and Grace
Rebecca

Cindy said...

The gloves are devine.



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June said...

Hi Jenny,
I love that old tin! I love old gloves and have a few. Hey, I'm old enough that I wore gloves to the prom 3 years in a row. Every Easter mom bought us new white gloves to wear to church.
I love those pins you made in your previous post. So pretty.
Hugs,
June

Joan@anythinggoeshere said...

What a pretty White Wednesday post! So glad that you have joined the party. I wanted you to know that you won one of the backup giveaways of a red and white tea towel from my last giveaway. Is that a long sentence or what. Email me with your address so I can send it out to you!

Carole~Maynard Greenhouse said...

Tres jolie mon ami. Merci pour votre visite.
now I hope that made sense ??? :)
Isn't it fun going around the house looking for all your white treasures. Little like a scavenger hunt! I wonder if they have those in France.
xo,
Carole

Sue said...

Love the tin, I like that look of "been used" a time or two!

common ground said...

Looks like we're both new to blogging. I love your little McCoy planter, I started collecting those about a year ago, and they are getting pretty pricey! Thanks for coming by!
Debra