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Monday, September 05, 2016

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Lisa at Greenbow

The Kenzans is interesting shape. Seeing your neat and tidy cupboard makes me think I should get out there and organize my shelves. Hmmmm no, maybe not until it is cooler. I will put that on my 'to do' list.

Susie

Interesting take on IAVOM Linda, a very enjoyable read. Tried to guess which vase belonged to your grandmother?

Linda from Each Little World

Lisa — ​Your eyes must be deceiving you because it is not neat and tidy. Things are squished and shoved into there in a pretty sloppy way!

Linda from Each Little World

Susie — It's the big brown and white pitcher on the bottom shelf. It has a crack in it so there is a plastic container inside so I can use it without getting water everywhere!

Cathy

It definitely LOOKS tidy, Linda, whatever you say! I really enjoyed this take on the meme, and perhaps I will do a similar post sometime as we sometimes just gloss over the tools of the trade when we are posting our vases and yet there is still so much we can learn from each other. My tools are now in an old wardrobe in the spare bedroom instead of under the bed so they are easier to access now! Thanks for sharing today

Eliza Waters

I'm drooling over your ceramic collection! As you may have noted, I'm a bit of a collector. I can't help myself when I see something that catches my heart. ;)

Linda from Each Little World

Cathy — ​Too funny that you kept your tools under the bed. Of course there's always something stored under my beds as well.

Linda from Each Little World

Eliza — I think we always start collecting in any area that interests us and gardening offers lots of opportunities. I do watering cans as well and recently posted about them.

Loree / danger garden

I always love to see how other people store things, thanks for the "behind the scenes" post!

Kris P

I love your ceramics! You have more tools in your arsenal than I do and I'm impressed by their orderly arrangement. (I need a basement! But those are uncommon here in earthquake territory.) I smiled at the rubber-capped flower tubes - I do have a collection of those and even used some earlier this year for IaVoM.

Jason

That's a very impressive collection.

Amelia Grant

Love the container/vase collection. I think I have the same green wire (for 20 or 30 years)

Beth @ PlantPostings

Great idea for a post! Your vase collection is fascinating. Most of mine are hiding in the cabinet under the kitchen sink. ;-)

Linda from Each Little World

​Beth — I probably shouldn't admit it but those are only a fraction of the vases I own!​

Linda from Each Little World

Amelia — ​Hmmm... I may have had my wire almost that long. What does it mean?

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