I was out back taking pictures on my patio also and noticed my old iron cross hanging on my wood fence getting more rusty as time goes on.
I have sold a lot of my yard art I call it however was not ready to part with this old rusty cross, not yet anyway
I think it would even look good hanging on the wall in my house or yours don't you ?
Love the rustiness on the cross!ReplyDelete
Keep the cross it is beautiful.ReplyDelete
Don't you dare part with the cross. If you do, you'll regret it! I promise. Love it!ReplyDelete
I wouldn't sell it either it's gorgeous! Just a wee bit jealous over here!ReplyDelete
The rustier the better I always say!ReplyDelete
Love the rustiness - is that a word?? Happy you got the treat of a warm day in Winter. That happens sometimes here in Portland, too.ReplyDelete
Your iron cross is fabulous...the rustiness makes it so!ReplyDelete
oh my goodness! Just look at all of that chippy goodness!! YES it would look fabulous indoors as well....you are right...it's a keeper :)ReplyDelete
Have a wonderful week!
Isn't it wonderful how nature can add so much more beauty to a treasure? LOVE the rusty look! I love your blog too-I just might have to stay awhile longer and see all of your other treasures!!! :)ReplyDelete
Your cross is gorgeous, the rustier the better! I agree with the others, it would look wonderful inside also and I too think you would regret selling it!ReplyDelete
Have enjoyed browsing thru! Thanks for visiting!
Your rusty cross is gorgeous and I do think it would look great inside too!ReplyDelete
It would look wonderful on your wall! Wow.....So glad to here you are having your January thaw!ReplyDelete
Hello! Your vintage Louis Vuitton is KILLING me! Do you have a post with all of it? I'd so love to see it!ReplyDelete
Love this sweet blog.
I love your cross! I couldn't part with it either. The more chippy, the better. =)ReplyDelete
60?! I'm jealous!!ReplyDelete
As for the cross...it is a keeper!
It's getting better with age. I'd have a hard time parting with it also.ReplyDelete
love the rustiness on the cross!!! happy weekend, angieReplyDelete