Tuesday, June 14, 2011

Twyla on Tuesday

Hello dear friends!
There has been a project that I have
been wanting to get done for quite awhile.

I had an old cupboard that my dad bought at an
auction and I ended up with.  It has been in our family room
for the last ten years, but not being used to it's potential.

I had a dream of putting it in a corner of our living room
to hold some of my vintage pottery.

Three determined people and those miraculous furniture sliders
managed to move this very heavy and tall piece.

I am so very happy with the results and think my
pottery looks so nice displayed here.

I have a weakness for aqua and pink McCoy.
There is also a mixture of other pottery also. 

Thank you very much for stopping by for a visit today.
You are all so very special to me!
Hope your day is full of fun and adventure!
Love, Twyla


busymartha said...

This is a great find, I bet your glad you finally got around to using this! Your pottery collection is also adorable, you have such a way with things. Thanks for sharing, Marilyn

Catherine said...

I love your blue collection, very nice!

Colleen - the AmAzINg Mrs. B said...

Ohhh..my very favorite color! It looks lovely with all that color!

GARAGE SALE GAL ~ Deb's Earthly Delights said...

I see lots of pretty pottery and some Blue Bird egg cups! What a great piece to display your treasures in!
Also loved the Fun photo that you did yesterday.
Happy Tuesday!

Angela said...

I love your pottery!

Holly- Girls At Heart said...

Oh it looks great
Twyla! I like the kitties and bluebirds sprinkled in with everything! Books for height is a great idea, too! I'll have to remember that one.

I've hurt my back- part of my yearly gardeing ritual :) and C&S and the grands have plumbing probs so they spent the night here last night! I'll be watching a busy morning move around me! ♥

Cindy said...

Love your collection! I have a special fondness for McCoy flowerpots. But I don't have a pink one! Do you get yours at flea markets or online? I've not tried Ebay yet, but I think I will.

Claudia said...

Now you know I love your pottery! McCoy is my favorite. You did a great job of creating beautiful vignettes.


ImagiMeri said...

Hi Ladies,

Twyla it's just gorgeous, what a wonderful collection you have. Thank you for sharing it with us.


Heidi Ann said...

I absolutely love it, and your display is beautiful! You and I have similar tastes in collecting - I love every single thing you've displayed there, and I have similar items, myself! Now, I just need to gather them together and showcase them as beautifully as you have done!
So lovely, Twyla!

T's Daily Treasures said...

Love that aqua pottery. My summer holiday has officially begun so I hope to get to many, many projects that have been put on hold. :) Best wishes to you, Tammy

PinkGranny said...

This turned out lovely. I really like the colors of your pottery. They are so wonderful to look at.

Florence and Mary said...

What an amazing home for all your pottery!

Victoria xxx

Short and Sweet said...

Beautifully done and your treasured pieces look great!

Celestina Marie Designs said...

Hi Twyla,
WOW it looks gorgeous. Your display is beautiful with your vintage pottery. The colors so calming too. I am sure you are thrilled to have this accomplished. I always feel so good to update something like this.

Thank you for stopping by my blog a while back when the bad weather hit so many areas. I am sorry to take so long to visit you back as I had so many blogger problems which seem to be better now.

Have a wonderful week and thanks for sharing your pretty decor.
Hugs from Texas, Celestina Marie

Wendy McDonagh-Valentine said...

You have some gorgeous pieces!! Thanks for sharing them with us. :)

~ Wendy

GardenofDaisies (Gayle) said...

Twyla, What a wonderful old cupboard. It really is perfect for your amazing pottery collection. I love all the aquas, greens and blues... my favorite colors. LOVE it!

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I am a collector of. Mc coy pottery I love your collection, I have two pieces that I cannot find, pink n black a picture and a wide planter

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