Sunday, May 6, 2012

Spring Apothecary

I always enjoy seeing what I can come up with for my apothecary jars for each season. While out shopping this weekend I bought some new provisions. The spring jars.....

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  1. Anonymous5/06/2012

    I love these kind of jars but more than anything Iam gazing in awe at what you've done with them.

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    1. Thank you tabs! Im already wondering about summer......

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  2. Abby sez, 'don't let the eggs hatch indoors...'

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    1. Well, they almost didnt make it to the jars. Bustre tried to eat one of the eggs!

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  3. Well, when life hands you lemons........ they are so neat!

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  4. Must have been a chore to collect all those wine corks, LOL!

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  5. Love the bird nest, the bird, and the flower ones, not as sure about the corks and the lemons/apples.

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  6. love the displays, the nest is so cute and it looks teriffic inside the jar, topping everything off!

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  7. Your apothecary jars are always gorgeous. I love when you show them from time to time. The nest is so pretty with the eggs in it, and how unique to use the collection of corks you no doubt saved from lots of drank wine? They just give that small amount of sparkle. All of the jars you show are lovely.

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    1. why yes ursula, there has been much to drink about in these parts!

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    2. you must really love your wine!!!

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  8. Beautiful vignettes! I need an apothecary jar!

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  9. I am officially salivating, Mistress!!! I love apothecary jars and still wishing I can afford one.

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    1. Magpie, I have found a few of mine at Target, flea markets, and Homegoods for under $20 and large ones at that!

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  10. Mistress, your jugs never looked so pretty and seasonalibly festive!

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    1. Bali-Boi, I have you know my jugs and balls are always festive!!!!!

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  11. Sigh, I probably would have filled them with colored water or something and put a shiny light behind them.

    Apparently I lack inspiration. :(

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    1. Actually sassy, that is a great idea for Halloween. My friend did that and it looks very eerie!!! Why not fill one with cockrings?

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    2. Such a fantastic idea. I collect old bottles and I will definitely try this. :D

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  12. This is my first visit to your site and wow, it's been fantastic! So much intresting things to see with a pincc of naughty! You know how they say imitation is the best form of flattery, well I am going to go flatter you! I love these jars, can't wait to try it!

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    1. Welcome to the Casa Chari!!! Please do stop back for drinks and debachery anytime!!! Doing these jars is fun, and intresting to see what one comes up with. Thank you again!

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  13. I love apothecary jars! I have easter eggs in mine right now. I guess I really should change them soon, before William complains more.

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  14. Love it!!! I have such a thing for apothecary jars...even though I don't own one.

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  15. I would fill these with Quaaludes.

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    1. oh how fun you are! What a great idea!

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