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Tuesday, March 24, 2009

Wordless Wednesday - Rusty French Baking Tins from Corey...


Today's Wordless Wednesday subject is.... "Blogger's Choice"... so have some fun, but before you leave... vote on the WW pole to the right!

Like to join Wordless Wednesday? Post a WW photo on your blog, and include Dixie's WW logo in your post with a link back here, then link to your post with Mr. Linky, below... that's it... now visit other WW posters! Oh... and don't forget to leave a comment for Dixie too!

Keep in mind that it's Wordless Wednesday... so post a photo... let the viewer add their own words... come on! you can do it! i know you can!

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35 comments:

momma said...

yay!!! i love being first :)

i know it wasn't the focus of the picture, but i love the little ceramic bunny!

Deb said...

can't wait to see what you do with the tins!

Life At Camellia Cottage said...

This was the perfect week (for me) for Bloggers Choice - you can see why on my blog.

mbkatc230 said...

How fun! I bet those little cuties could tell some tales. Kathy

Anonymous said...

I love little rusty tart pans---do you have a project? Happy WW!!!! Dana

PS--I LOVE the scarf post--you are an amazing Scarf Diva down there in French Lique! :)

Marjorie (Molly) Smith said...

Someone recieved something special. Can't wait to see what you do with these.
Molly

dana said...

Now WHY did I hit Anonymous? I think I tied MY scarf too tight! :) Dana

Candy said...

RUST...you know one of my favorite things. So what are your plans?
Off to ukulele bands tomorrow in New Braunfels.
Have a good one! Candy

Dixie said...

Oh Candy... did I forget to tell you... my plan is that you and Terry will help me make a lovely rusty vintage wind chime... ;)

xinex said...

I thought they were chocolate candeis. LOL!

Jill said...

Happy WW! Thanks for the bloggers choice week! This is so much fun!

prof en retraite said...

Bonjour Dixie! Merci for the heads-up on Corey's post! I wrote a little something about the plate, but even if I don't win, I am so thrilled to have found her blog...merci!! And félicitations on winning the little tins...they are amazing and I can't wait to see your wind chimes!!!...hugs...Debbie

laurie @ bargain hunting said...

the little tins are so cute. I was going to answer your poll that I like for you to pick the topic, but you kind of loaded the question by asking if we wanted to give you a break! I do always love the topics you pick, but since I don't always participate in WW, I won't answer the poll! laurie

My Crafty Little Page said...

I would imagine they weren't nearly as beautiful when they were new - before they baked and lived a little! Lovely tins and have a lovely week! xoxo Nancy

Charlotte said...

My first thought was "chocolate" and then I realized it was rust. Very unique gift.
Charlotte

Rechelle ~Walnuthaven Cottage~ said...

I really like those! What character!

fitty's pinky rose cottage said...

Congrats you won Corey's flea market rusty tin.. any idea what you gonna do with it? so rusty, rustic and pretty actually!

have a nice day!

Shirley said...

I'm looking forward to seeing what you do with them. I know it will be something special.

Leah said...

cute tins!

i have to admit i had a hard time thinking of what to use for blogger's choice. too many options! :)

Leah said...

Dixie, I just read on momma's blog that you are a duke fan! yay!

we can team up against her :)

Chandy said...

Cute tins, definitely post about your intended purpose for them...

trash talk said...

No need for words...those cute tins stand alone! Debbie

SuSuseriffic said...

When I first glanced your photos I thought they were little chocolates! I guess I was projecting what I wanted, but those tins are cute too.
I want a package too!

ann said...

I'm still-------not sure what they are.And if i'm suppose to do something with Mr.Linkie.this is all i know how to do!!!!!!!!!!ok.you'll have to help me do anything else.remember i am very technically chalenged.and i like it for you to pick our wordsmore fun for us.tee hee..Ann

debbie said...

HAPPY WORDLESS WEDNESDAY DIXIE,
YOUR TART PANS WILL BE BEAUTIFUL WHEN YOU ARE THROUGH WITH THEM.
HUGS
LOVE
debbie

Smilingsal said...

I got it--and without words. You heard about a lady in Europe giving away rusty, dirty tins is you would pay the shipping. You grabbed them. Congratulations, and thanks for sharing.

Tootsie said...

Just popped in from Helen's blog...I may one day when life slows down on my blog join some of these things...I did my first shopping secrets sunday thing the last week...it was fun!
I like seeing the wordless wednesday posts!

Really Rainey said...

I just love this event! Thanks for hosting it!

~Really Rainey

bassackwards mom said...

great WW !! I love visiting your blog, it feels very much like visiting my mom's house. Very comfortable.

Claudie said...

I knew that Corey was giving them away. She had sooo many of them and look at you!! You have some all the way from France.
Wind chimes would be my thing to do with them.
Hope you share it soon.
Thanks for being such a gracious hostess.
Love Claudie
xoxo

Carol Kennon said...

Finally decided to join in on WW instead of just snooping at other's beautiful photos. Can't wait to see what you do with the tins. Thanks for letting me join in on the fun.

Judanna said...

The tins are just great, please let us know what and how you use them. Happy WW to you and thank you for being the host. It is so much fun.

The Muse said...

Wind chimes...make a wind chime! :)

ooo...I can hear it now!

~CC Catherine said...

Hey Dixie! ;) Miss you friend! Hey, I'm lovin those old tins! I think they'be great sanded down and converted into napkin rings. You could spray them a pewter like color (or white)and hot glue them onto a vintage piece of fabric hand sewn into a circle to slip up over the fabric napkin. So sweet! ;) ~CC Catherine

Bellamere Cottage said...

What a grand idea! I would never have thought of a wind chime. I can't wait to see it finished.....

Hugs,
Spencer