Saturday, June 25, 2011

Cute Conversions for the Kitchen

I love converting every-day-new-and-old items into decorative and functional pieces. I hope you enjoy some of these fun and cute pieces my mom put together and creatively thought of for her kitchen. :)

This adorable pumpkin toned pot and lid is a candle! After the candle was burned down, my mom converted it into a container to store sugar packets in for tea and coffee. Cute and functional!

This adorable pot sits only about 4 inches high. I acquired it from an old farmer after some spring cleaning. The hue is between a turquoise and sea weed green. I instantly fell in love with it; rust spots and all!! It serves as a cute color accent in our kitchen.

This glass container and tine lid and porcelain interior was possible once used for tobacco, herbs, or medicinals. If you happen to know, please share!! It is a bit difficult to see, but the left face of the jar is smooth - probably where the label was placed. Sorry tobacco and herbs, this jar is now a vessel for...
you probably guess!!

This mustard yellow planter is bright and cute enough to put a smile on your face. What a fun color and pattern! The face of the planter is adorned with sunflowers. The top of the pot is trimmed with a leaf pattern.
Its a Goodwill bargain too!!

Pumpkin,  Mustard Yellow, Turquoise, Sea foam Green...sounds like fun hues for a cute kitchen!

As always, I hope you have enjoyed JavaJournal

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