Tuesday, August 17, 2010

My Vermont Find

While we were on vacation...we visited a wonderful antique shop in Stowe, Vermont.  I saw this old bucket that once was used to collect tree sap for maple syrup and I knew I was in love.  Someone had painted a quaint winter scene on the face of it.  Immediately I thought...this would be great on the front porch in the winter stuffed with pine boughs and cones.  I hope you like it as much as I do!  ~amy

I'll be linking to Vintage Thingy Thursday hosted by Suzanne at Colorado Lady. Go over... visit and see every one's vintage treasures.


Elizabeth (blue clear sky) said...

Yes, it is lovely and will look great with boughs and pinecones.

Ms. Bake-it said...

What a great bucket! I agree, it would look great on the front porch during the winter.

~ Tracy

LV said...

I definitely like that little bucket. It will be great for a lot of usages during the holiday season.

Anonymous said...

What a great find! Reminisicent of Grandma Moses painting. Beautiful!

Postcardy said...

That's a nice thing to use for winter decorating. I didn't know they used wooden buckets for sap.

Ulla said...

Your bucket is cute. I can see it filled with green boughs and pine cones, standing in the snow. I hope you have snow in the winter.

Miri said...

Lovely scene! and I just love that the bucket is from maple sap collecting.

Anonymous said...

It's perfect, Amy! It reminds me of a Grandma Moses painting! So sweet!!!
Wishing you a happy day,

Mariano said...

Your blog is full of treasures that most people don't know the're out there. I appreciate someone like you that really focus on the good things around and because you're focusing on beautiful things, you are also attracting a lot more beautiful things.
More power to you.

This is the blog I just started.