I got these years ago in a little wooden box . I thought the little bottles with corks were amazing – and the box had the left-over labels from used up colors they wanted to save, I guess. The pink yarn is wrapped around a piece of rope – I don’t know if it was a test dye or what? I used to work in a place where stuff like this would surface all the time and it was usually just thrown out – that’s how I acquired these, from the trash! The corks are permanently welded in the bottles now, and the paints are pretty much dried up.
This is the box for the above bottles, but I needed a place to put my newly acquired collection of lock plate covers! This was a Mother’s Day gift to myself from e-bay. When I saw them I thought of Alice in Wonderland – so many choices – where are the keys?
This is an assortment of old and rusty hardware, a Mother’s Day gift from my youngest daughter!
A sweet treasure who can always make me smile! My daughter took these a few years back. This is my little dog, Cookie Moon, a Valentine gift seven years ago! She still thinks she’s a puppy though – and loves to entertain.
Your little Cookie is quite a cutie! Great smile:-)
Your daughter must know you real well to give you such a great gift and know you would appreciate it! Those old china paint bottles are quite the treasure as are the lock covers. neat post. Very well composed photo of the paint bottles.
Thanks on the photo comment about the bottles! I am not very good with a camerso its nice to hear I did good!
Your photograph of the corked bottles is wonderful, and so are your new treasures…. And, your little dog is adorable!
Thanks, Roxanne – I love those little bottles!