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    M F
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    I have had the same kitchen decorations for over 12 years, and I'm tired of it. The canister set, spoon holder, napkin holder, pictures on the walls, on top of the cabinets I also have vegetable items, etc. I'm tired of it all and would like to change but what I want doesn't exist.

    I love Victorian style. I would like to have Victorian tea pots, tea cups and saucers as the decorations. The only problem is I have never seen canister sets, or anything else in that style. On E-Bay I sew tons of beautiful tea pots and cups. The problem is that the tea pots are to fragile to be used as canister sets. I have a DS, DH, and DD who are vary artistic and I thought that they could use the artistic talents with my project.

    I am looking for ideas as to how to
    create the Victorian teapot and cup look in my kitchen without spending a small fortune.

    Melissa


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    herberkids3
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    Become very familiar with your local thrift type shops- consignment

    shops, donation shops such as Good Will or Salvation Army, etc.



    You'll be amazed at the treasures you find, as long as you are

    willing to look. You might not get what you want each visit, but if

    you visit often enough, you will get what you want.



    I've recently decided to get disney glasses that McDonalds sells to

    drink from- they are a great size, and a nice heavy glass. I've got

    a set of assorted one's- 10 of them now, and I didn't pay more than

    $.80 each. Some were only a quarter. All from Salvation Army &

    Goodwill over the past few weeks. Last Saturday, I found 3 of them

    at Salvation Army.



    --- In Budget101_@yahoogroups.com, M F <milicaf35@...> wrote:

    >

    > I have had the same kitchen decorations for over 12 years, and I'm

    tired of it. The canister set, spoon holder, napkin holder,

    pictures on the walls, on top of the cabinets I also have vegetable

    items, etc. I'm tired of it all and would like to change but what I

    want doesn't exist.

    >

    > I love Victorian style. I would like to have Victorian tea pots,

    tea cups and saucers as the decorations. The only problem is I have

    never seen canister sets, or anything else in that style. On E-Bay

    I sew tons of beautiful tea pots and cups. The problem is that the

    tea pots are to fragile to be used as canister sets. I have a DS,

    DH, and DD who are vary artistic and I thought that they could use

    the artistic talents with my project.

    >

    > I am looking for ideas as to how to create the Victorian teapot

    and cup look in my kitchen without spending a small fortune.

    >

    > Melissa

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    deanna bryan
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    What about finding a ceramics shop in your area? That

    way you could pick out the style you want and also the

    colors and et your family decorate it? all the shops

    that I have been to will help with instructions on how

    to use their products. And you also get the

    satisfacton of saying I made it myself or my family

    made it for me!

    Deanna

    --- M F <milicaf35@yahoo.com> wrote:



    > I have had the same kitchen decorations for over 12

    > years, and I'm tired of it. The canister set, spoon

    > holder, napkin holder, pictures on the walls, on top

    > of the cabinets I also have vegetable items, etc.

    > I'm tired of it all and would like to change but

    > what I want doesn't exist.

    >

    > I love Victorian style. I would like to have

    > Victorian tea pots, tea cups and saucers as the

    > decorations. The only problem is I have never seen

    > canister sets, or anything else in that style. On

    > E-Bay I sew tons of beautiful tea pots and cups.

    > The problem is that the tea pots are to fragile to

    > be used as canister sets. I have a DS, DH, and DD

    > who are vary artistic and I thought that they could

    > use the artistic talents with my project.

    >

    > I am looking for ideas as to how to create the

    > Victorian teapot and cup look in my kitchen without

    > spending a small fortune.

    >

    > Melissa

    >

    >

    >

    >

    >

    >

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    Amanda Graham
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    Could you find some plain white ceramic canisters and

    have them paint teapots and cups on them? Or even

    have them paint teapots and cups on the walls instead

    of a border?

    Amanda







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    me ow
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    you should checkout your local newspapers for garage

    sales and also check out your local salvation army or

    consignment shop. Lots of people take their stuff to

    these places for re-sale and or/tax deductions.

    --- M F <milicaf35@yahoo.com> wrote:



    > I have had the same kitchen decorations for over 12

    > years, and I'm tired of it. The canister set, spoon

    > holder, napkin holder, pictures on the walls, on top

    > of the cabinets I also have vegetable items, etc.

    > I'm tired of it all and would like to change but

    > what I want doesn't exist.

    >

    > I love Victorian style. I would like to have

    > Victorian tea pots, tea cups and saucers as the

    > decorations. The only problem is I have never seen

    > canister sets, or anything else in that style. On

    > E-Bay I sew tons of beautiful tea pots and cups.

    > The problem is that the tea pots are to fragile to

    > be used as canister sets. I have a DS, DH, and DD

    > who are vary artistic and I thought that they could

    > use the artistic talents with my project.

    >

    > I am looking for ideas as to how to create the

    > Victorian teapot and cup look in my kitchen without

    > spending a small fortune.

    >

    > Melissa

    >

    >

    >

    >

    >

    >

    __________________________________________________ ______________________________\

    ____

    > Got a little couch potato?

    > Check out fun summer activities for kids.

    >

    http://search.yahoo.com/search?fr=oni_on_mail&p=summer&#43;activities&#43; for&#43;kids&cs=bz











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  6. #6
    renee
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    How about decoupage on plain white (or other color)

    canisters with victorian looking paper or pictures of

    teapots and tea cups? Then just spray it with some

    sealer so that you can wipe them down.



    You can also use victorian looking cloth and put in

    frames for wall decoration or even pictures off of the

    internet in frames. I go to google and hit images to

    do this.



    HTH,

    Renee



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  7. #7
    Lori Morgan
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    Have you ever checked out the Cracker Barrel Restaurant and country

    store. There stuff changes frequently. When you say victorian style,

    are you think floral and dainty, or like Victorian Houses. My mom

    got the coolest Victorian house canister set there a few years ago.

    It literally was three canisters that placed side-by-side, formed a

    Victorian House. It is the cutest thing ever.



    Lori

    Dallas



    --- In Budget101_@yahoogroups.com, M F <milicaf35@...> wrote:

    >

    > I have had the same kitchen decorations for over 12 years, and I'm

    tired of it. The canister set, spoon holder, napkin holder, >

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    > Got a little couch potato?

    > Check out fun summer activities for kids.

    > http://search.yahoo.com/search?

    fr=oni_on_mail&p=summer&#43;activities&#43;for&#43 ;kids&cs=bz

    >










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    cindy
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    my sister used forks to make curtain "tie backs" for my mom's

    kitchen. she bent the handle to make a u shape and used screws

    between the tines to attach them to the window frame. you could use

    tea spoons for a similar look, or even use them to make drawer and

    cabinet pulls. also check out hgtv.com and do a search for teapot

    kitchen crafts.

    Cindy S





    > I am looking for ideas as to how to create the Victorian teapot and

    cup look in my kitchen without spending a small fortune.

    >

    > Melissa

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