Sunday, June 5, 2011

My Newest Flea Market Find

This year I haven't really been hitting the markets or yard sales. 
Due to gas, the heat, and just wanting to sleep in. 
I went Saturday and I'm so glad I did! I found a old galvanized watering can! 
I love watering cans new and old.


It's huge and the best part is it was only $15.00!
I'm a happy girl! Can't wait to dress it up!


Speaking of getting big. My girls are growing so fast!



Have a good week everyone! 





17 comments:

Kim @ Savvy Southern Style said...

Love that watering can. I had one and my son took it. Nice big chickens.

Kathy said...

I love that one Jennifer and those are expensive at the antique shops..good deal!

ReFresh ReStyle said...

Anything galvanized is one of my weaknesses! great find and I love your chicks! Thanks for visiting refreshrestyle!
Debbie

Pam said...

Great find! OK, I now it's been a while since I've been over here, but you have chickens now? I'll have to catch up.

At The Picket Fence said...

What a great find on that watering can Jennifer! :-)
Vanessa

Ric Rac and Polka Dots said...

I love the watering can. I have an old watering can with a different shape, but it kinda matches it. My husband actually threw it into the trailer filled with junk to go to the dump. I walked by it when I was going to feed the chickens and almost had a heart attack. He thought it was junk. Can you imagine?
Your girls are lovely? What breeds are they? I have two like those, which are Buff Orpington and Black Austrolorpe, among others. Aren't they fun?
Have a great week! If you ever have any chicken questions, feel free to ask. I can give you my number.
Julie

Ric Rac and Polka Dots said...

How funny Jennifer! Well, I think the lighter one is a Buff Orpington. If it gets pretty big you will know it is. They are considered the "Marmaduke" of chickens, big, friendly, easy going! The other I don't know, there are probably tons of black ones, but mine is a Black Austrolorpe. If the earlobes are colored you will have brown eggs. For sure the buff will. Probably the other too, but till you know what it is who knows? You should find out, or check out the county fairs this summer and try to find one that is identical! Have fun, and if you have questions just give me a ring!
Julie

Donnie said...

Looks like your chickies really love it there. I haven't been to many yard sales either. Just don't need much stuff.

Kim said...

Great score Jennifer! And I love it on that sweet yellow chair. Such a welcoming porch.
My girls are too big - and I'm not talkin' about chickens!
xoxo
Kim

Terri said...

I have a can just like that. Got it from my great aunt's estate along with one other. My family laughed at me for taking those old cans. And just a few weeks later, I saw one in an antique shop for $95! Guess who got the last laugh there!!!

NauticalCottageBlog.com said...

I totally love your watering can - it's adorable!! Have a great week.

Visiting from Nifty Thrifty Tuesday.

Hugs,
Marie

Donna said...

Love your old watering can. Your chickens are adorable! Thanks for visiting my blog!
Hugs,
Donna

Sue said...

Jennifer, Love the metal watering can! I need to go up in the attic and find mine! I "lose" things every season. Your chickens are sweet lookin' little things...

Sunny Simple Life said...

I go weak in the knees for old galvanized watering cans and yes that was a great buy.

Linda@Coastal Charm said...

Jennifer,
Thanks for coming by with that awesome vintage can...love it!!

Blessings,
Linda

Susan S said...

Dandy vintage watering can!

Korrie@RedHenHome said...

Wonderful watering can! What a great find.
Thanks for your kind comment on my 'chocolate' coffee table!