Wednesday, December 1, 2010

Day 335

Collections of collections.

29 comments:

  1. I love this look of small jars and their contents. I have always been a collector. Found this site yesterday after looking through my Country Living magazine.

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  2. A fun collection. Love this photograph. I too found your site via Country Living. Nice work, Lisa. As an aspiring photographer and avid collector I most admire your concept and execution. Well done. DMc

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  3. This is really a collection of different glass jars to keep things in. Been there sister. Have been enjoying your collections all year long. Thanks for the fun.

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  4. Oh fab! I love glass jars and those dice look cool; that's something I would like to collect: dice.
    I also love the way you've set these out, with all the different sizes.
    Thanks, great work!

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  5. The years is going to its end. Will you keep on enjoy us with your collections ? I hope so.
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  6. You would collect something like this!

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  7. My mother just gave me sold old jars....I LOVE to fill them with little doo-dads. Jars are better than tins, because you can 'see' what's in them.

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  8. Love all the collections. I sell on ebay and see many things that I have sold in the past. Never know what people are interested in collecting. After viewing your collections hoping more will be interested in buying. Thanks for an interesting blog.

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  9. I told myself I wouldn't post a comment, but...
    http://junkpirate.blogspot.com/search/label/collections

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  10. I've got a now, quite large collection of bread tabs...what on earth will I do with them one day? I've got no idea but I love the colors and am so intrigued by the places that I've found them! I've really enjoyed this project. Humm, what will you be up to next year I wonder?

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