Wednesday, May 25, 2011

Patina Green, and Rusty Day

Haven't seen any 'green' memes in blogland,
so having one of my own.
Seems I have been finding a lot lately
with this color of green. Lovin' it!
Above" perfectly rusted, green, unique tin.
It is scalloped around it.
Can you see it??


Little green garden claw.

Small patina blue/green rake.

Old tins, and bright twine.
Rust and patina garden critters
Love these!!

And when is old, too old??
Or maybe I should say too worn.

broken handles OK?

Tattered and worn OK??

This is a small trunk, about 15x9 or so.
I just love it.
More pics to come.
click to enlarge for detail.

Sweet blessings friends.

Barbara Jean
Joining

Vintage Inspiration Friday

15 comments:

Dorthe said...

Wow ,great finds- Barbara Jean ,wonderful tools, and decorating sweeties-
Just to say Hello, dear.
xo,Dorthe

Susan said...

I absolutely love the look of your greens Barbara Jean!!

Jane said...

Hi Barbara Jean,
I'm glad you gave green it's day :) The green, rusty patina on those pieces is perfect. I just came across an old door knob yesterday when I was trying to clean up my studio and it had the prettiest rusty green color (only junkers would find rusty green to be pretty). Love the trunk and I'm not sure there ever is "too old". Look forward to seeing what you do with it.
Jane

kpaints said...

Now that is my kind of stuff!!! Love every item. I want the big pitch fork and the trunk...

sonya said...

Hi Barb,
I love the green! My daughter has a lot of it in her house too.
I love the little trunk. So what if the handle is broke-it's fabulous!
Hugs,
Sonya

Crystal said...

I love greens!!! Especially the rusty ones!!! I love the trunk...it's so great!!!

Lynn@ The Vintage Nest said...

Barbara Jean, I loved all your worn and rustys and greens. Let's see now...a green party would be fun....Green Wednesday's?? nah....LOL..there are so many parties going on I can't keep up. But seriously I truly loved your finds. They are charming. I love little children's garden items like rakes. I am listing a sweet child's watering can today. Found it last summer and just getting around to it today. Thanks for coming by. It's always a treat. :)

shannon i olson said...

too old?? Is there such a thing? LOL As long as it doesn't fall apart in your hands it is good, I say. We are hoping to head to the flea market for the first time this weekend, hope I find some goodies like you always do.

Ana said...

Hi Barbara Jean,
There is just something beautiful and charming about old, rusty, worn stuff. I love it! Great items. Have a wonderful day.

Hugs and Kisses,
♥Ana

Ido said...

Lovely finds, green is my favorite color!
XXXX Ido

Stella said...

There is nothing too old. It just tells a longer story. Old green is one of my favorite things.

Bella said...

Hi Barbara Jean,
I love finding those rusty and green garden goodies too! Lots of great finds! Gren should have it's day :-)
Love the trunk, I am surprised it's so littel it looks like a big one! How FUN!!
Hugs,
Bella

Laurel said...

Never too old in my book. Age is character right??? I have that same little rake :)
Enjoy your day...thanks for stopping by and your sweet comments on my blog too! Laurel@chippingwithcharm

Debra@Common Ground said...

Hi Barb, oh my, vintage garden is just my absolute favorite!!!! Thanks for linking up with VIF! xoxo Debra

Courtney ~ French Country Cottage said...

Hi there~ ohh just loving your vintage garden treasures! So sweet and charming! The green is absolutely perfect too~ thanks for sharing this at FNF :)