Wednesday, June 30, 2010

A prim cup of coffee

Mmmm, the wonderful smell of coffee being brewed. It takes me back to my childhood. I remember my mom making coffee in one of these stove top perculators every morning. Maybe that is why I enjoy coffee so much today. I found this 8 cup perculator in one of my favorite antique stores. I painted a sweet autumn design by Terry French on it. I finished it with a prim tag, a vintage measuring spoon, a rusty bell and a strip of homespun. Fall is my favorite time of year and with the heat baking us here in my area, I could almost feel the crisp cool breeze of fall blowing while I painted this. I have added this item to my Etsy shop. Thanks for dropping by and don't forget to sign up for my giveaway.

8 comments:

Patti said...

This will look perfect in my country kitchen.
Patti

Sheila said...

What a beautiful piece! My SIL and daughter traded in their fancy coffeemaker and found an old perculator and use it instead-they said the coffee is so much better made the old fashioned way!! I have to agree with them.
Have a safe and wonderful 4th!
Blessings,
Sheila
http://countryimpressionsblogspot.com

Sheila said...

Willa, would you please contact me at sbabneau@q.com
I couldn't find your email address? Interested in the coffee pot.
Thanks.
Sheila

Jody said...

Adorable!! I always enjoy seeing your new creations. You are so talented!

Beckyjean said...

What a beautiful piece. You did a wonderful job on it.

Becky

SANDI said...

Oh My! I Love it. You are so talented! Your work is beautiful.

Valley Primitives Gift Shoppe said...

Looks great Willa! Mike would like to find one of those to make his coffee in.
Kim

Susan said...

I think I love the coffee pots the best of all. I love old coffee pots and when you paint them up like that, Willa, it makes them irresistible.

Hope all is well with you and yours,
Susan

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