Tuesday, May 17, 2011

Vintage Milk Bottles - Wordless Wednesday

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I loved how these photos turned out and just had to share them with you.

The textures of the old block house, chipped red crate, rough wooden box, and shiny vintage milk bottles all came together to make a photo of which I'm proud.

I'm learning.
I love to learn.

 
Picnik is my friend.


















 

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23 comments:

  1. Very cool indeed. Thanks for sharing.

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  2. These are great, and I love Picnik, too!

    Oh, the days when milk came in a bottle!

    Baby Talk without the Babble

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  3. cool photos, and thanks for sharing the link to Picniks, I had never heard of it before. :)


    -Samantha
    www.kreativekaring.com

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  4. I love old milk bottles! My father collects them and actually uses them for his milk.

    Thanks for linking up with Super Stalker Sunday hop. There are so many wonderful blogs participating, I hope you've found a few that you enjoy. Be sure to join us again next week!

    Best,
    Emily from Nap Time Is My Time

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  5. Loooove those photos! Awesome job! Picnik is awesome!

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  6. New follower from the blog hop! Please swing by my blog when you get a chance! :)

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  7. Very cool!!!

    Stumbled you...would love if you could stumble me back:
    http://keenlykristin.com/2011/05/pantothen-round-two-2/

    Thanks for linking up!
    Kristin :)

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  8. This photo you can almost feel : D Luv the texture in the red paint and the highlights in the bottles - very cool !

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  9. Love these photos!

    Stumbling this post from the Thursday hop! Please stumble across – http://www.mommydigger.com/girls-owl-inspired-room-inspiration

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  10. Awesome photographs!!

    Btw, I'm stumbling by and hope you'll come join my Spring Blog Hop, too.

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  11. Hopping over from the lower you Alexia number Hop
    http://thechristmasfairyfb.comThose a fabo!

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  12. Hi! Really nice photos! Newly following from Java's Hop! I have a collection of milk bottles that I started years ago. My dad's family owned and operated a dairy farm until the mid 60's and there are so few of those bottles left in existence that I grab every one I can find! I also have several other local and out of area dairy's bottles that I pick up when I can.

    Love to have you stop by and say hello!

    ~Mrs B

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  13. New follower from TGIF (GFC, twitter and FB). Glad I found you. Like your giveaway linky!

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  14. Hi, new follower from TGIF. Would be grateful if you could follow me back at Obstacles & Glories, thanks a lot and have a good weekend!

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  15. Hi! Following you from the weekend blog hop! Hope you visit my Cajun blog and return the follow!
    - Jessica @ http://cajunlicious.com

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  16. We keep finding old milk bottles in our creek. Here on a blog hop. Great pics.

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  17. Hey found you at "give it to me monday" blog hop! doing a little self promotion cuz we are cool like that ;) Be sure to come check out our blog (www.christanncox.blogspot.com) WE FOLLOW BACK! have an awesome day!

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  18. Hello...happy WW
    I love those bottles...and the crate. My husband tends to think I am nutz when I bring home 'old junk'...lol..we know better.

    have a great week.

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  19. I Loooovee picnik - and your bottles are so pretty!

    So nice to meet you! Thanks for stopping by 29lincolnavenue!

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