Tuesday, March 1, 2011

Salvaging these from a cabinet someone is throwing out, it occurred to me that it is the same with people: there is always something lovely worth keeping.


14 comments:

Eyeliquor said...

I have got the key,
I have got the secret :)
Maybe use them to lock up this winter..
And open up spring for us!

Evi said...

Tu les amèneras à l'armée du salut dis!?! :D

John McElveen said...

I am so HERE! You gotta a brand new pair of roller skates--I've got brand new key! Great song-

Thanks for stopping by--I am a new follower!

John

Michael Rowland said...

Wonderful old keys on a lovely background, where will you put them?,,,M

Judy said...

I have some old keys like this in my China cabinet that were my grandmothers. I will hold them and think of her locking something up. As always, a beautiful post.

Southern Lady said...

I love the old keys! And I especially love your words. Have a beautiful day. Carla

texwisgirl said...

How neat. Utile art.

Dawn said...

Love that. And your picture.
I was at a Farmers Market Saturday and saw old keys on a chain for necklaces. Very sweet.

Good thought you put in my head today. I will remember that.

Out on the prairie said...

There is always something harmonious about old keys. I had quite a collection as a kid.

Trisha said...

I always wonder what secrets they locked a way. What stories they could tell! So glad you kept them!

Trisha said...

p.s. Sorry about the shippping "heart attack" :) Envolope size was the problem & I emailed you back through Etsy....

Canyon Girl said...

Old keys are so neat. and I like whatever it is they are sitting on too.--Inger

Randy said...

I love these old keys. I like to imagine what they kept safe for someone in the old days.

From Beyond My Kitchen Window said...

So glad you kept the keys. Pottery Barn was selling something similar last year. I also saw the keys nailed to the middle of a riser on a staircase, it looked so neat and unique.