Tuesday, September 14, 2010

Platters & Soap

Old white platters...

Don't you love them!

I've sold many and have only kept a few.

Sometimes I wish I would have kept many and sold only a few.

Homemade soap...

I like that too!

There was a time when I made soap... you know one of those many things that I just had to try!

But alas, I can't do everything!

But, it's fun to try!

Happy White Wednesday!

Be sure to pop over to Kathleens and visit all of the participants, you'll enjoy it!


sissie said...

What lovely photos of your white platters.
I have thought about making soap too, but like you said, we can't do everything! LOL. We do try though, don't we.


Faded Charm said...

Two of my favorites also. I know what you mean about platters. Hope you are selling lots at Monticello's. Your space is amazing!

Enjoy your week.


Anonymous said...

What a beautiful WW post, Debbie! Your pictures are making my heart go pitty-pat (sigh)! I love white ironstone platters, and yours look so lovely! I love the look of homemade soap, but we don't have any good suppliers around here. I'm going to have start searching the online shops for some. :) I've always wanted to try homemade candles... one of these days. ;o)
I hope you're having a great week,
Hugs ~ Jo

Nice and Easy Antiques said...

I don't only love white platters, I also LOVE photographing them. They always look so yummy, just like yours!!!

Laurie said...

Your photos are beautiful. I too love white platters and handmade soap...

Debra@Common Ground said...

The soap looks fabulous, homemade is just wonderful, and I love the platters...a weakness of mine.

Rebecca said...

So many great platters-it would be nice to just keep them all!

A Cottage Muse said...

Your photos are wonderful, capturing the simplicity as well as the elegance of white. Thank you and Happy WW!

mo said...

Your photos are awsome. I love hand made soap too. I haven't tried to make it yet, but I am looking forward to the experience. Your white dishes are lovely. *hugs* mo

Cabin and Cottage said...

I love white platters! You can use them in so many ways! But I love just looking at them the way you have yours!

Robyn said...

LOVELY photos of LOVELY platters! Oh I wish I could go! If you have a moment, I'm having a giveaway, so stop on by!

gail said...

love your blog!!! Love that house that your husband made. I'm going to be a new follower!

Queen of Dreamsz said...

Hi Debbie,

I love the old white platters too...and yes, I made soap for a short time...just had to try it. I used to own a herd of dairy goats, miked twice a day and made French Chevre cheese. So naturally that led to goat's milk soap since I had 4 gallons a day flowing! hee hee Can't do everything is right.

I don't have my dairy goat herd any longer since we decided to settle on this mountain ridge. It's hard work and I was ready to rest and sew. :0)

I'm visiting for White Wednesday. I'd love for you to come over for a visit with me.

Have a wonderful day,
Stephanie ♥

Heaven's Walk - said...

Hi Debbie! Well, that's three things that we have in common! White, handmade soap, and vintage platters! lol! I just adore lavender soap, and am always on the search for some really fragrant ones! Just purchased some vintage white bowls that would look fantastic next to your platters, too! :) Happy WW!

xoxo laurie@heavens-walk