Friday, January 28, 2011

Blue China

       I love Blue China and I love Mosaics ,I know I have done lot of Mosaics lately but I just thing they are great way of showcasing similar items.







             I keep my Grandfathers WW1 medals in the little Versace box !
               The large ginger jar is my Grandmothers!
                  Lovley Memories.




http://dearlittleredhouse.blogspot.com/2011/01/mosaic-monday-little-bit-of-cheer.html?showComment=1296437477711#c7334994473268528988
I am also Heading over to Mosaic Monday!

I am heading to Debbie Doos Newbie Partay!!!
http://debbie-debbiedoos.blogspot.com/2011/01/lets-get-this-partay-started-newbie.html






http://smilingsally.blogspot.com/2011/01/blue-monday-corgi-with-blue.html
I am joing the Blue Monday Post too

26 comments:

  1. I love the shade of blue in the wedgewood plates pictures. Have a wonderful week and take care.

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  2. The ginger jar is lovely and it's so nice to have some family heirlooms.
    I have my Dad's WWII medals in a shadow box hanging on the wall. Do you think our future generations will want to keep these and continue to hand them down?
    Have a great week.
    Judith

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  3. Loves your blues, so pretty! And such lovely memories :)

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  4. ahhh...this is so pretty I love blues, and those wedgewoods are gorgeous!!~ Thanks for joining the party..enjoy.

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  5. Such pretty blues in your china. It's a great mosaic topic.

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  6. My favorite color!! Your pieces are beautiful.

    I'm a fellow Newbie here from Debbie Doo's party.

    Great blog!

    Pam

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  7. a love mosaic of your blue china. I hear you are having a hot day in Sydney today - so hope you stay cool!

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  8. Hello down under, fell in love with your country through OPRAH , I am guessing your tourism is going to take a huge leap! Love your mosaic, I have not yet tried that! I am visiting from Debbiedoos, I am your newest follower and wishing you tons of luck!

    Carol

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  9. Gorgeous china! Love the blues! I'm here from Debbiedoos newbie party! Happy to have found your blog!

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  10. You have some wonderful blues there! All sorts of blue goodies! I love your Versace box, and that's so neat that you have your grandmother's ginger jar. It's lovely. I also love the Wedgwood. Blue and white porcelain is some of my favorite, too. I shared some in my post today.

    Happy Blue Monday to you...

    XO,

    Sheila :-)

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  11. I love Blue and white china too. I'm glad to welcome you to your 1st Blue Monday!

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  12. Beautiful blue china and a very attractive mosaic.
    Lovely taht some are precious memories too.

    Thanks for following at 50+, I've added "Infatuated... " to the blog roll there.

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  13. Sharon, the little blue bird is me! :-) Thanks for your note. Looking forward to blogging with you.

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  14. I love your blue and white collection.

    My Blue Monday.

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  15. There's nothing prettier than blue and white - lovely mosaic!

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  16. Lovely china. Blue and white is such a classic.

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  17. I love your Ginger Jar! Just gorgeous! Happy Blue Monday!

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  18. You just can't beat blue and white .. such calm and serenity!

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  19. I need to learn how to make a mosaic. I love all the blue china! Linking from Debbiedoos.

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  20. Gorgeous!

    Musical Snow Globe, is my entry. Have a great week ahead!

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  21. Glad you joined us for Blue Monday. You shared some very pretty china and have it all in a lovely mosaic.

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  22. What a beautiful mosaic! Your blues are just gorgeous.
    Cindy

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  23. Love your blues in this mosaic!!! Have a wonderful week!!

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  24. I am in love with the giner jar. I like the way you displayed your treasures in a pretty mosaic.

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  25. I love Blues and especially the Blue Willow in the lower picture. Great mosaic.

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