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Tuesday, March 22, 2011

Tuesday's Treasures.

Hello,

Welcome to Tuesday's Treasures kindly hosted by Melody.

Today I wish to share with you a tin wall plaque I have nailed to our pantry door.

You know I love anything to do with roses. The little hand painted butterfly on the top right hand side is in memory of our Brother-In-Law Terry. The butterfly gets moved around amongst the roses. So that is really two Treasure's I have shared with you today.

Please check out Melody's blog to see what other Treasure's have come out of the cupboard this week.

Happy days.
Bev C

18 comments:

Tarnyia said...

Oh such beautiful roses... Greg's dad was Robert Scott... the local store they owned was Scott and son xxx

Bobbie Lynn said...

Hi Bev,
What a beautiful plaque. Yes! anything roses too.
Have a great day.

KAYLEE said...

Hi Bev, the roses plaque is glorious. Cheers Kaylee

Val said...

The roses are beautiful. Is the butterfly separate? I love the design on it with the little curly cues.

Pauline said...

What a beautiful plaque, Bev. And the butterfly is a lovely remembrance of Terry. Somehow I think he would be amused and like it! Hard to believe he has been gone for four years, I still miss having a yarn and listening to his stories.

BubzRugz said...

The plaque is beautiful and the butterfly a lovely rememberance...
Hugz

Michelle Ridgway said...

That is so beautiful Bev. What is it about beautiful roses and butterflies that always makes us smile and go AHHH! And it is such a special butterfly too.

Lounging with a Latte said...

A beautiful vintage plaque with information from a time past.

BronwynB said...

This is a lovely, lovely thing. And the butterfly is so special. Thanks for sharing Bev.

Sue said...

Oh I just love that! It's a real beauty!!

Terriaw said...

That is a beautiful plaque! I love art like this, painted on tin. Definitely a wonderful thing to treasure!

Sheila said...

It is a beautiful plaque I love roses too !

Mylene said...

That is beautiful, Bev.

I hope you are having a good week.

Rochelle said...

What a beautiful plaque - I love it. Except for one thing - not sure I could look at it everyday in my home, as my ex husbands name is Scott :-( but other than that it is just gorgeous.

Great to play along with you.

shez said...

how sweet beautiful memories

Cheryll said...

What a LoVeLy treasure!

Kathleen From Eggs In My Pocket said...

I love old signs like these! blessings,Kathleen

Margaret said...

The pure essence of the roses makes one nostalgic for all things Granny had. Being a Granny of many years myself I wonder what we will be remembered by.