Monday, July 16, 2012

Salt and Peppa

One day I was out with my mom and stumbled upon a plethora of vintage Salt and Pepper shakers. 

So many fun finds right?! It took me a while to pick thats for sure and 
who knew there were so many ugly shakers too...

I was originally looking for a friend who was in the market for some when these cuties caught my eye. I'm not sure why but I have a thing for milk glass. So I just had to get these for myself.

Then I found these! They are perfect for said friend. I was thrilled to have found a pair for each of us that fit our styles completely. 

Aren't they adorable? I think the flowers are forget me nots? I'm not sure. But they reminded me of one of my favorite talks from an LDS General Conference by President Dieter F. Uchtdorf. In his address he talks about each of our individual worth in the sight of the Lord. I recommend you read it. You can find it HERE

Thanks for reading and I hope you have a great week!
Sarah G


  1. i love vintage salt and pepper shakers, these are super cute!

  2. my salt & pepper shakers? paper. cardboard. I'm not really sure.

  3. i recognize you beautiful!!! you are my friend, Cat's, husband's sister. big deal. big deal my friend. we might even meet one day.

    really, though, you are my best friend's friend....which makes you even more connected to me. i'm glad you found me!

    and yes, salt and pepper shakers, the pair i use? well, shay stole them for me. yep. she did.

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  5. I always love seeing others' vintage finds! and these salt shakers are adorable, I wouldn't have been able to choose!
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  6. DUUUUDE! I need each of those salt shakers right this instant! They're ADORABLE!! I would keep one set on my dinner table.. the the pantry...and maybe one on my nightstand..Good idea, no?

    Janette the Jongleur