Monday, January 31, 2011

An Auction Re-Do

Last week I picked up this sweet little vintage ceramic, made in Japan dog at an auction.
He was $1 and his bucket was empty. When we picked him up my daughter (who is all of 5) was very concerned that the handle was missing. Not to worry. I promised her I already had a plan.
A little foam ball, a few flowers and he's ready for a new home.
Linking up to:
Nifty Thrifty Tuesday

Transformation and Treasures

Thrifty Thursday

Vintage Inspiration Friday

Vintage Thingie Thursday

14 comments:

GARAGE SALE GAL said...

You have a sweet puppy planter!
Deb

Into Vintage said...

Flowers! Somehow I always go straight to candy if something needs to be filled. :-)

Denise at PinkPostcard. said...

so cute!! He has a very sweet face-
I love that your daughter gets to go with you to find such fun things :) Thanks for linking up!

Sorta Fairytale Girl said...

i just love vintage planters...what a sweet little puppy face!

Betsy said...

What a cute little dog and a great bargain too. With the flowers in the basket you can't even notice the handle is missing.

Pam said...

Cute doggie planter. I think it's cute that your daughter was concerned about the missing handle. I bet she has fun going out thrifting with you.

Blue Ridge Altered Art said...

That is such a cute vintage planter. ~~Sherry~~

jennifer said...

That is just SO stinkin' cute. And the price can't be beat!

Debra@Common Ground said...

So cute, I think this might be a vintage toothpick holder. I have several of these, all little animals! Love how you have flowers there, much better than toothpicks!
Thanks for linking up to the party,
Debra

Michelle@ A Full Cottage said...

Boy is he cute dressed up with his flowers. And what a great price too. I know I love to take my kids to auctions and yard sales, estate sales etc. it is so much fun to get to pass along such an appreciation of such things to them.

Be sure to come by my blog I am haveing a big giveaway.

:) Michelle

Leigh of Bloggeritaville said...

LOVE.IT!

LV said...

A cute post. You made your daughter happy and the little puppy as well. Both have a good home.

Ann said...

Sweet little puppy planter. Happy VTT.
Ann

Anna said...

This is adorable!