Tuesday, April 20, 2010

White Petite Pots

Have you ever had one of those days when you
find something you have had forever and
you think of something
fun , frenchie and white
that you can do with it?

I was cleaning out my potting shed last Wednesday and I found
all these small pots that I just had sitting on the windowsill
and the wheels started turning.

I knew I wanted them white, but not a solid white...
more of a white wash...so I got out the paint
and started playing.

I added some vintage lace around the top of each one
and I really thought I was done with them...until today
when I realized that I would like them to be
kinda *french* looking.

I decided to get out my set of Paris rubber stamps.
From previous experience I knew that
it was not going to be easy to rubber stamp
on a convex surface, but I took out the smallest
stamp I could find and started stamping.

I found out you kinda have to *roll* the stamp and also
that none are perfect, but I love them as is.

Then I remembered some egg soaps I had purchased at my favorite store ...Home Goods... and some little petite pots were born.

All packaged up and ready for either my Etsy store or my booth...haven't decided yet. Maybe both.


you can now purchase them here:

My Etsy store

There is only one egg shaped soap in each pot because these are tiny pots. They stand approx. 2 and 1/4 inches high and are also the same in diameter at the top.

Please visit Kathleen at Faded Charm for more WW posts. You will be glad you did. She has been such a gracious host for all of us for many , many weeks now. Thank you so much Kathleen! The WW post is the one I try to really prepare for. Sometimes it doesn't work out that way, but I do try. lol.



Allison Shops said...

What a pretty idea - great gifts for any occasion.


texasdaisey said...

Oh they are so beautiful! There are so many thing that they can be used for! Beautiful.

Raspberries and Rose Petals said...

Your little pots turned out so cute! What a great idea!

Happy White Wednesday!


Nice and Easy Antiques said...

What a cute way to present a gift! Great job!!!

Sandi@ Rose Chintz Cottage said...

Hi Sandi,
Those little pots are just adorable! What a sweet idea! So glad you've shared them with us. Have a wonderful week.


Kathy said...

So cute Sandy...
Thanks for the inspiration!
xoxo~Kathy @
Sweet Up-North Mornings...

Faded Charm said...

These turned out wonderful. What a great gift idea. Don't you love it when an idea becomes a reality.

Have a wonderful Wednesday!


Debra@Common Ground said...

Sandi, these are wonderful, love the whitewash, I would have never thought to use a stamp but they turned out beautifully! And of course the soap just is perfect for these!

raggygirlvintage said...

Fantastic idea, I like the washed look on the pots!

Splendid Little Stars said...

They turned out wonderfully!

Cindy Geilmann said...

Love it! Gotta do it! Where can I get the egg soaps? They fit so well!


Sweet Old Vintage said...

Too cute Sandi... Oh do you think we can plant next week ???

A Cottage Muse said...

Oh Sandi these are so cute!!!! I made some for my booth space too! No eggs though ~ thank you for the idea!!

Sherry @ No Minimalist Here said...

These little pots are adorable! What a great gift idea.

Anonymous said...

these are all so DARLING! lovely pots ...thanks for the inspiration! :)

June said...

Sandi I think you must be a genius. I love these so much. They would make such darling gifts. Somehow I missed your post on the tiny little card that you have bagged up so cute!!! I want to borrow that brain of yours for awhile.

Miss Gracie's House said...

Those are so cute! Isn't it fun to use things up...you did good! Those cards in the last post were a great find and idea!

Roseanna said...

Fantastic...think I might try gesso on my pots. Lovely idea, thanks for sharing!

Candylei said...

Yes these are lovely. I've painted my small clay herb pots turquoise and blue, but really like the white especially with the soaps. Packaged beautifully!

Cabin and Cottage said...

Darling! Jacqueline

Mary Beth @ Live. Laugh. Make Something said...

sooooo delightful! I love this idea!

Gail said...

Very cute idea. Great for hostess gifts or a gift for yourself. Thanks for sharing.

vicki said...

Sandi - these are so beautiful! Really - I do love them. They would make great gifts for wedding guests or at a special party. You make the most unusual and beautiful creations. Thanks again for always sharing what you do !


Stephanie ~ Angelic Accents said...

How beautiful, Sandi!!!

Big TX Hugs,
Angelic Accents