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Sunday, April 1, 2012

Egg Carton Parade


When was the last time you admired an egg carton? There was a time when everyday life had a bit of art in it, and these vintage cartons are here to tell the tale.





I love the faded blue rendering of a nostalgic country scene on this one.




Sunday mornings and eggs just seem to go together. And I can almost hear the slapping of the screen door and the cackling of the chickens with the scent of fresh coffee in the air. . . .



I hope you enjoy these sunny egg cartons on parade!






































































































Welcome to April!
I hope your day is farmhouse fresh!

Jacqueline



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29 comments:

  1. No foolin I love those old egg cartons.They really don't make them like that anymore.What a great find.Those cups are so pretty too.
    Anne

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  2. What a lovely post.

    I never gave it much thought to egg cartons - just glad we have alternatives to - gasp- horrible styrofoam, ugh!

    I think your vignettes are lovely and the art of the one particularly beautiful.

    Love the blue and white story.

    Nice to have you "back," though you weren't gone that long, just seems that way to me, who admires your work so very much.

    Sunday blessings be yours.

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  3. I love the artwork on something so simple as an egg carton. Your vignettes are pretty!

    XO,
    Jane

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  4. Jacqueline: How wonderful you have these egg cartons as a part of your collections. I remember the one especially with EGGS and picture of one chicken from my childhood. Hope you are having a wonderful weekend..Judy

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  5. I LOVE old egg cartons...especially the graphics on them. So pretty!!
    Blessings~

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  6. I LOVE old egg cartons...especially the graphics on them. So pretty!!
    Blessings~

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  7. I LOVE old egg cartons...especially the graphics on them. So pretty!!
    Blessings~

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  8. I LOVE old egg cartons...especially the graphics on them. So pretty!!
    Blessings~

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  9. Sweet sweet photos. I love the blue and white quilt, egg cartons and dishes. I've never seen egg cartons like these before with their sweet images. Have a beautiful week Jacqueline! Hugs, Pamela

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  10. Magnifique ambiance bleue... J'adore!!!!
    Bonne semaine pascale
    Laure

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  11. How pretty!! I love the blue! Great post.

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  12. I honestly enjoyed this very original post. Such darling egg cartons; charming graphics in the most charming blue color. I also adore your blue china!!! Such a delight visiting you today ( and every day )

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  13. Fun pics! My favorites show those beautiful brown eggs-Happy Easter Week:@)

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  14. The graphics on those cartons are so sweet. And, of course, blue & white are near and dear to me. The quilt is a wonderful addition to the vignette!

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  15. They are fabulous! I can't believe I've never seen vintage egg cartons before.

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  16. I have never seen vintage egg cartons before and am a little surprised that such things were able to survive! The drawings are so simple but beautiful. I do remember the old phone numbers, with the name of the neighborhood, then the last 5 digits. Linda

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  17. Love your photos! I'm trying to remember if I've ever seen vintage egg cartons. I'm 64, so I should have...lol.

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  18. Why don't they make things like egg cartons with pictures any more. Nothing is ever so graphic. I suppose it all comes down to cost again, such a shame. Lovely pics.
    xx

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  19. I love looking at common ordinary things through the eye of your lens!
    Those egg cartons have a very vibrant color and reach back to a simpler time...I recall seeing egg cartons with farm scenes depicted on them.

    Thanks for sharing them!
    ~Pat

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  20. Something about blue.. blue egg cartons, blue china... it just says BREAKFAST! The photos and the care you took in arranging them tell such a farmhouse story. Thank you for that. (By the way, I like using modern cardboard cartons as seed starters... once the seedlings appear, just cut the little cups apart and plant them in the ground. They degrade over time. Much cheaper than store-bought starter kits!)

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  21. All your photos are lovely, but the brown egg in the white cup... so pretty. ...sigh.

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  22. A lovely original post for Easter.

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  23. Oh my, these are wonderful egg cartons. Thanks so much for sharing them with us.
    Laura

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  24. You never cease to amaze me Jacqueline with you endless collections of beautiful vintage things. Everything is always a beauty to behold, even old egg cartons. Happy Easter.
    Cindy

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  25. You are clever with the egg carton but the quilt is winking at me too!

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  26. Oh, I could just eat this right up....so absolutely sweet and charming!!! Love the brown eggs and that quilt is winking at me too!!! hugs...cleo

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  27. Great post and of course, I love your blue and white -- very pretty cups and saucers! The egg cartons bring back memories -- egg cartons used to be so much nicer! The quilt is TDF as well!

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  28. The cartons are fabulous and your pictures are stunning. Beautiful vignettes using the cartons, quilt and china. Love it. Thanks for joining TTT. Hugs, Marty

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