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Monday, July 28, 2008

Porcelain succulents!!!


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Porcelain Succulents!!! They are somewhat expensive, but are they not beautiful???

23 comments:

My LIttle Family: said...

LOVE them! I can think of sooo many places where they would look outstanding. Vickie

Julie said...

Actally, the more I think about it, 25 dollars each isn't so bad!!! LOL...plus you don't have to tend to these AT ALL!!!

Xole Karman said...

Wow, those are lovely! My husband would hate me if I got one...

Fern said...

I saw them in a Ballard's catalog and thought they were rather weird, actually.

My LIttle Family: said...

Now I know what to do with my dead plants - paint them white!!!

E. Floyd said...

those are really cool!

Cindy said...

At first glance, I was very excited to see these. I thought they were something you can paint. They're still cool, but not $75.00 cool.

Teri C said...

Oh wow!, very cool! And on Cactus Monday too :)

Claude said...

Whenever I see things like this, all I can think about is having to dust them... with all the little nooks and crannies, unh-unh...

With real plants, at least I can tell myself that they're gathering their own compost.

They do look nice though...

Julie said...

Claude- Yes, but with these you can swoosh them around in a bowl of hot soapy water to clean!!! Even let them soak a while!!! Thank God! I had forgotten about dust...amazing how quickly you want to forget about the negatives when you see something like this!!! I would not want to dust it here...we get so much flippin dirt flying around in the air!

Pudgeduck said...

I find them quite appealing! I would buy them!

My LIttle Family: said...

Julie - thanks for buying the raffle tickets from my blog! A big thanks from Ratbone! It's our once a year fundraiser but this is the best quilt yet. I wish you much luck. Hopefully the winner will be either you or me! Vickie

Serena said...

At first glance, I thought you had found some bisque ceramics to paint up yourself. Personally, I think they look bland without colour but I'm sure would look super cool with modern decor and a painted wall as a back-drop.

Julie said...

Vickie- I hope you win...but I hope I win too! LOL. One of us will, I'm sure!!!

Sarah said...

Hi,
Just wanted to drop by and see whats up. So... Whats up?

notsocrafty.com said...

They are cute, but I prefer the real thing. If only I could keep mine alive.

Aiyana said...

Julie,
I like them a lot, but with all my real cacti and deserty home accessories, a few more would be a bit too much. (You saw my art stuff on a previous post!) I get this catalog. I wonder how I missed them!
Aiyana

Forever Young said...

ha ha they look like they need a coat of green...i have one cactus, i call her senita, you can see her on my blog(on most cactus mondays!)

Forever Young said...

okay that does it, i can feel the 'vibes' between us...i am adding you to my list of favourites...hello new friend!

The Succulent Dish said...

i LOVE these!! they're a bit out of my price range, but i'll get out my bi-NOK-u-LARS and see if i can't find something similar. i love your blog, i get the BEST ideas here.

Julie said...

Forever Young- Thanks!!! I added you also!

Succulent Dish- Thanks! You are so sweet!

Eve said...

I do handbuilt pottery so I have done catus before, but it just never occoured to me to make white ones. I only made red clay ones. These are great!

carolie said...

those are awesome! they'd go great in my room and i wouldn't have to worry about the cat eating them!