Coloring Outside the Lines

Yesterday I shared photos of the polished antique copper that I saw at the San Telmo street market in Buenos Aires (here).  I told you that I didn’t want to have to carry it around during our travels.  However, I did find something adorable that would easily fit into my suitcase, was unusual, and just plain fun.

 

 

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I bought two sets of these cute colored pencils.  One set is slightly larger than the other.

 

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I liked the bright colors and the rustic style.

 

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I can use them on my desk….

 

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…and in different containers.

 

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This julep cup will be good pencil caddy around Derby time.  (Can you tell I’m trying to learn how to use the manual settings on my camera)?????

 

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Another item I bought is this little tray.  It came from a boutique  and not the street market.  It looks discolored in the photo, but it isn’t.

 

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It is made of silver, zinc, and some other alloy.  It will not tarnish like silver does.  Its little handles were somebody’s horns.  Yikes!!!

 

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It was light-weight and easy to pack.  It will get lots of use in vignettes and for serving foods, like tea sandwiches.

 

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I like to get a little something when we travel but am careful to make sure it will fit in with the other things we own.  I am proud to say I have never come home with a sombrero or a wooden giraffe!!!

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Comments

  1. Chua Ling Mei says

    You are so innovative with the display of the colour pencils. I LOVE your idea 🙂

  2. says

    Those colored pencils are so fun! What a great thing to bring back – something you can use! All of your trip pictures make me want to hop on a plane!