Something that I’ve been collecting for years is McCoy, Hull and USA planters. I especially tend to gravitate toward the green colors. The funny thing is that I don’t think I have ever used any of them as a planter. I’ve decided to thin out a little from my collection to make room for other things, therefore have a nice little stash of these planters for sale at the shoppe.
Just to give you some ideas, here’s some of the things that I’ve either used or plan to use the planters for. So many of these ideas are so classy and take the place of using tacky plastic.
- Containers for soaps, cotton balls & q-tips
- Containers for pens, post-its and other office stuff
- Dining and entertaining settings (see above)
- Hold bedside table stuff
- Dog or cat food dish (I admit I’ve never done this)
- Or, as intended, a planter!
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Our Americana Candles are back in stock (I promise we will know how to order better for next year) and we have added a delicious new flavor to the mix – Vanilla Bean. The really neat thing about this particular Vanilla Bean candle is that it is covered in a light layer of mica, so when it burns the candle actually glows!
In addition, we now have the following in stock: Jingle Bells, Evergreen Citrus and Homestead.
We LOVE these candles because they are made with 100% natural products and have a burn life of approximately 155 hours. They burn down the middle, so when they’re done, we put them in a plastic bag and bag the candle with a hammer. They break into shards and pieces which we then burn in tart burners – it’s like the never-ending candle.
In addition to the holidays, these candles are great for house warming and hostess gifts.
Here at Keys to the Attic, we love globes. Unfortunately, we can’t keep them in stock. Fortunately, we can’t keep them in stock (we are a vintage store, after all). Great news …. we currently have a few in stock – but I can promise that they won’t be here long.