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Bread boards & Grain sacks

Lately, I have been getting my '
French Farmhouse'
on a bit.


I have been drawn to some of the more simple accents in a room.
A chunky basket atop the armoire.
A collection of old jars and bottles on a shelf
a stack of charming grain sacks
or a collection of bread boards in the kitchen.



 While I was in High Point
Kim from Savvy Southern Style, Kristen from Sophia's Decor and Shirley from Housepitality Designs
and I shopped a couple of the vintage and reproduction shops 
and oh yes,
we oohed and ahhed over all the pretties we found.


I loved these reproduction vintage bread boards and the price was amazing

I imagined them set on a table with fruits and veggies
for serving delightful little treats at dinner parties
and for simply stacking in the kitchen or on a bench for their charm. 
But what I couldn't imagine  was how I was going to get them on the plane.
In my carry on suitcase.
Shirley graciously offered to ship them back to me~
 but luckily, High Point Market had a UPS and FED EX shipping center
right there inside the building


It's a good thing I didn't know about the shipping service ahead of time..
the prices in High Point were incredible
 and I probably would have found a few more things that needed to come home with me.
;)


I am working on a couple different things this weekend
and a project with these pretty blue mason jars.


Have you picked any of these up yet?
I am loving adding that little bit of blue to some of the vignettes.



Hope your weekend is going great!

Happy Sunday!



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16 comments

  1. I can see why you love these bread boards, they're just beautiful and even more so with the pretty roses!

    Can't wait to see what you do with the jars!

    XO,
    Jane

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  2. Love the breadboards, they are wonderful, and so are the peonies. Hugs, Marty

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  3. Love those boards and wish I had bought some. Next time for sure.
    Enjoy the rest of the weekend!

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  4. Having a bad case of breadboard envy Courtney. They are beautiful. Luvly vignettes with the boards and roses...
    Happy Sunday.
    Hugs, Gee

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  5. Those are some of my all time favs as well! I just wish I had the French Country Kitchen to go with all my treasures.

    Great Breadboards, I have a few myself that I enjoy.

    I did pickup some Blue Mason Jars, two packs and would like a few more but they haven't restocked them yet.Excited to see what you do with them.

    Enjoy your weekend~K.Marie

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  6. Love your Bread Boards, unfortunately I only have one. I picked up a 6 pack of blue Mason Jars by Ball and I also won one from
    Sweet Magnolia Farms on her give away. I am debating on what to use them for. Some water glasses and a couple of vases.
    Can hardly wait to see what you do with them.
    Have a great Memorial Day.
    Mary

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  7. Splendid opening shot of the roses! Great looking cutting boards.

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  8. You're right! Everything is so charming.. I love the big bread boards and grain sack as well.. Lovely pictures..

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  9. what a lovely vignette- and I don't blame you for not leaving without the bread boards- they'll be perfect for casual summer entertaining!

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  10. Gorgeous photos, Courtney. Love your new bread boards!

    Jeanette

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  11. Love the blue jars with the pink flowers!

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  12. Your photos are always so lovely! Where do you get your lovely roses?! Do you have them growing in your garden or do you have a great shop that carries them?

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  13. Hi Jill!!
    I do grow some roses but these are from the grocery store- a $4 bunch of spray roses. :)

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  14. Beautiful! I love those bread boards.

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  15. Where is everyone finding the cases of ball blue mason jars?

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  16. Where is everyone finding the cases of ball blue mason jars?

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