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Sunday, March 21, 2010

Everyday objects.....












I find more and more that the things i find to be the most beautiful are the everyday objects....the well worn and tarnished...not the perfect or the new....i am drawn to things that tell their own story....that have had a past life.....theres a kind of comfort level in them....don't you think? Have a wonderful day......
























*images from Butik Sophie


















34 comments:

Anne Marie said...

i have seen butik and really like the styling too! your vignettes look just as good Chrissy!!

bikim said...

YOU'RE ABSOLUTELY RIGHT! THINGS WITH A STORY DO HAVE A EXTRA CHARME!
HAPPY SUNDAY!
ROSA

*The Beautiful Life* said...

Love it all! Especially the items with numbers on them!

Hope all is well up there -- are you thawing out yet?

Have a fabyy week!

Ruth

bj said...

O, yes, SEA...I, too, love the olden much more than the new. Always have...for many years.
I think it is the things from the past, things with history that tend to make a cottage warmer and much more charming. hmmm...think I'll work on a post about this very thing...:)
Have a good Sunday..
love, bj

BonjourRomance said...

Bonjour Chrissy,
I do agree, I love all things old and vintage. The beauty, the history - why don't they make pretty things like they used to.
Thank you for coming by and your kind comment, it is much appreciated.
Hope your Spring is off to a fabulous start.
Happy Sunday to you,
Mimi

WhiteWhispers2u said...

Always a pleasure to my eye to stop by for a visit.Well worn items make me feel the love.Enjoy~Kim

Laura @ 52 FLEA said...

I certainly agree....there is comfort in the ordinary everyday things in our lives....
Beautiful images!
Happy Spring!
:) Laura

Anne - Fiona and Twig said...

Agreed, 110%!

It's like with wrinkles, each one was earned, each one tells a story. That's why I think it's so tragic when these aging movie stars make themselves unreconizable in a misguided attempt to cling to youth.

Great post!

Anne

Sue (Someone's Mom) said...

I really needed a dose of your peacefulness tonight. The pictures are wonderful. If only each could speak.

Thanks for the kind words about my mom. We don't know yet what we are dealing with. I'm going to go spend some time with them while we wait. Thank you for caring.

Sue

Tootsie said...

ya know...I have to agree that the shiny perfect and new items just don't feel the same. I prefer something that might just tell a story if it could talk!
hugs to you my friend.

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Val said...

Like you,I love old and everyday objects which possess their own story,and everyday I watch them with admiration!And today I admire yours!
Val

Mary Ellen said...

Chrissy - Hi! I have been stalking you these days on google reader. I am so busy that I haven't been able to get over to many of my fav blogs and leave comments but I always read your entries! I love this current vignette with the different little cloches-

You are such an inspiration- after taking my dining room paper down I had a glimpse of it being more Chrissy like- haven't done much yet with all the ministry stuff we are involved in but it is fun thinking about it!

bee blessed
mary

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Lou Cinda said...

Butik ain't got nuttin' on you girl!! Beautiful photos!

Lou Cinda :)

Razmataz said...

Me too. I think each layer missing and worn is another part of the story. I love your religious figure in this picture.

Andrea - Faded Plains said...

I absolutely agree... I love things with a history!

Andrea - Faded Plains said...

P.S. Your tags are in the mail today...thanks again Chrissy!

xoxo, Andrea

J. Wecker Frisch said...

Hi - I like your everyday objects.

Tami said...

Your images are such an inspiration! Thanks for sharing!!

Cindy said...

Your images are all gorgeous. I love the old and familiar that have a story behind them. I especially love the ones that whisper of past secrets, ones that I may never discover. Hugs, Cindy S

Berlin Deluxxe said...

You have the magic to make everyday things beautiful in your vignettes.

Now please stop by my blog and enter my contest :)

Room Service ~ Decorating 101 said...

Hot tea with C. doesn't get any better than that... thanks

June said...

I love things with a story too...and I am lovin' that gorgeous platter of yours Chrissy!!!
hugs

cindy said...

So beautiful!

-c
yapping cat

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FRAMBOISINE said...

Je n'aime pas les objets trop neufs, mais ceux qui me racontent une histoire, ceux qui ont vécu plusieurs vies, ceux qui ont une âme ... Ceux-là, ooui je les aime !
Belle journée et merci pour ces belles photos ... à tout bientôt !

WhiteWhispers2u said...

Hello Chrissy~I am sending you a Beautiful Blogger Award if you would like see me @ whitewhispers2u.blogspot.com ~Cheers Kim

Musings From A French Cottage said...

I completely agree! I love things with a past life~things that tell a story. Beautiful images!

I hope you are doing well my friend. Take care and have a beautiful weekend!

~Kathleen

ksarra said...

Hi Sea, I couldn't agree with you more. And there's something about blogging, maybe it's taking more photos than I normally would, that helps me see the beauty in the ordinary, everyday things too!

Berlin Deluxxe said...

you
are
missed
:)

Sue (Someone's Mom) said...

I finally got a chance to read a few blogs tonight, so I came to check on you! I see you've been gone longer than I have. I hope all is well.

Sue

Barbara Jean said...

Had to catch up on all our lovely posts.

Always so beautiful here.

blessings

barbara jean

Anne said...

Hi Chrissy, thanks so much for stopping by and leaving me a note. In strolling through your posts, I think you are right-- we definitely were separated at birth! I love every image Ihave seen here. You have a way with the camera. Objects that bear the marks of time are my favorite ones, imperfections and all. Natural and simple are the concepts that guide me. So glad to have met you. I am now loyal follower and cannot wait to read more!

Anne

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