Friday, March 12, 2021

Maerh CupboardScape

Hello all!

Whenever I think of the month of March, 

the color that comes to mind is green.

Although there are primitives in green,

I have never been a fan of them.


Therefore the green I added for this month's
CupboardScape is just the plants.
Took this pic in the sunshine.


I so love this new cement bunny planter.
These are for sale in our shoppe.
You know me and bunnies!


This wall hanging is on linen.
Green plants once again.

Do you own any green prims or antiques?
Or do you just use green plants like I do?

A Promise Of Spring Blessings To All!
Janice






26 comments:

  1. I love green and especially green plants. They add so much to the atmosphere in a home. A little bit of brown is lovely too. I like that botanical hanging linen piece.
    Hugs,
    Julia

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    1. Thank you Julia! e sell these linen pieces in our gift store. Snow moving in, so white will be the color again soon. LOL Janice

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  2. My indoor plantings don't do well, I'm an outdoor green person I guess! I have some cute bunnies and some are in my spare room that's a girl theme. (Boys get the red, white and blue room) I'll be decorating for Easter this weekend. I would have done it by now but this puppy is taking too much of my spare time! I know March does bring Irish green to mind but I don't have much in the way of green decor. I'll just enjoy yours! You do it much better than I would!

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    1. I dont do indoor plants because of my kitties. I know how it is with puppies too. Not much out for Easter here. Janice

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  3. Hi Janice. I wrote once that I wasn't a fan of green but then I looked around and had more green in my decor that I ever imagined. Not green antiques though, except when I painted them..Every color is beautiful when displayed in your wonderful collections of prims..Stay well..xxoJudy

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    1. LOL I do like green for Christmas though. Snow moving in right now. UGH Janice

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  4. I do love me some green....and yes, March and spring beckons it. I agree, touches of greens in plants can liven up any display. I used to have a great deal of green in my decor....living room, kitchen, etc. but phased it out. The only green primitives I have are some old green lunch pails, an old green child's buggy seat, some dolls dressed in old faded greens....things I could not part with when I phased out the green decor. I, too, love the cement bunny planter...but not quite as much as that awesome cake crock!!! Happy Weekend~ ~Robin~

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    1. I have a few cake crocks, but that one is my oldest one. You need to show off your green goodies. I feel like Nod is moving to my area as snow is coming in right now. UGH Janice

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  5. I love the greens of spring.
    Cathy

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    1. I love seeing the green grass, but will be covered again in snow later. Janice

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    1. Thank you Carla. That planter has a bottom plate for water overflow. A real neat piece for plants. Janice

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  7. That bunny planter is too cute. I don’t really decorate with green either, though I never really thought about it.

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    1. Thank you Jennie! I did love that planter...but then again I love anything bunny related. LOL Janice

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  8. I love your photos! Green is my favorite color so I definitely look forward to using it in march.Have a great weekend. Kit

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    1. Glad you like green! What a boring world it would be if we all liked the same things. Janice

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  9. beautiful. I love the bunny too.

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    1. Thank you Leslie. Am partial yo anything bunnies. Janice

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  10. I do own some green primitive antiques. I like red and greem primitives the best. Love your arrangement and the stoneware!

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    1. Thanks Jackie! You need to show off your prims sometime. Janice

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  11. I really have very little green in my house. I like it -- but not to live with. Usually the most there ever is comes at Christmas!

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    1. I agree. The green trees are a must for Christmas. Janice

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  12. Ah, yes, lovely greens you have there. Green is the color of the season, that's for sure. Yes, we have greens. I'm pleased to own some Rookwood Pottery that was my mothers, and even more exciting, have Rookwood Pottery fireplaces in my home. Rookwood was a Cincinnati company that made quality pottery and tiles for many years. It is now greatly valued to collectors.

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    1. How awesome that you have some pottery from your mother. I hope to one day see your fireplaces in a post some day. Janice

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  13. Sweet bunny planter.
    I am not much of an indoor green person but love all the green emerging outdoors!

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  14. Well our green outside is going to be white in a few hours. UGH Janice

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