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Tuesday, September 20, 2011

Rooster Cache Pot



Instead of using my new rooster cache pot for a plant, I thought I would put some of my cooking utensils in it and place it near the stove, so they are easy to reach when I need them. 


Some of the things I use the most, my wisks, spoons, grater and other necessary items.  Great to have them where I can just grab them as I need them instead of having them in a drawer.  With the cutting board, oil and special seasonings handy, cooking should be a breeze.


 Sitting on top of the butter slab, it makes a pretty vignette to go with the rest of the kitchen.


It's always so much fun to play with new treasures.  Thanks so much for stopping by, I always look forward to your visits. 


I am linking to Wow Us Wednesday @ Savvy Southern Style.

44 comments:

  1. Great idea for your utensils. I use a vintage crock for mine!! Love the Roosters!!
    Marilyn

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  2. Looks great Marty, lots of room for tools:@)

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  3. Looks pretty, Marty! I love that you used it for your kitchen utensils! :)

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  4. Okay Marty, you have to promise me when you get tired of looking at that rooster cache pot that you will give it to me! I love it.

    Enjoy your evening,
    Gail

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  5. So cute-and I don't usually get excited by roosters!
    I always look forward to your posts.
    thanks for sharing!

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  6. Now that is what I call a perfect paring!!

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  7. how cute is that and useful too..
    you are so smart and creative, Marty.

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  8. I love it. It matches perfect and so useful!

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  9. Marty that is a great idea! It looks good there near the stove.

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  10. marty I love it!! Especially on top of your butter plate. Black and white is always perfection in my book, xo Kathysue
    PS Hope you are feeling much better!!

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  11. Plus, it makes all your utensils feel really special, and now you can see it and enjoy it every time that you remove a kitchen tool. Cherry Kay

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  12. Your rooster container was pretty on it's own, but it does have that wow factor with the utensils. We have our kitchen utensils out like that, and it's much easier to grab what you need that way.

    Special thanks for featuring my mantel yesterday. It means a lot to me that you liked it enough to share with others. Have a wonderful night Marty!

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  13. I'm glad you decided to use it with your utensils instead of a plant, it's such beautiful pot with the roosters Marty! Hugs, FABBY

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  14. Ooh...I just love it. So smart to use it for your utensils. I like that idea so much more than the plant. I just love looking at your vignettes.

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  15. Marty, oh, how I love that pot. It is perfect filled with the utensils and sitting on that favorite piece that I still need to purchase.

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  16. That is darling Marty. Looks so cute filled with the utensils.

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  17. I too use a similar type of pot for my utensils. Yours is so cute!

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  18. This is wonderful Marty. At first I thought it was small, like a sugar bowl, but now I see it's a good size & perfect for kitchen utensils.

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  19. Love how you used it..so many things you could do with it...I was soooooooooooo happy when you came by..means alot!! Talk soon,Chrissy

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  20. So cute, Marty....great idea!
    I love your Roo's! XO ~Liz

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  21. That looks perfect. I have to have my wooden spoons next to my stove. It's such a habit to reach for them to stir the pot! Your counter top vignettes look great.

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  22. Hi Marty,
    I love how you've used your cachepot to display your utensils. And it's even better sitting atop that slab.

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  23. I have the same thing in red and use it for my utensils too! Looks perfect atop the butter slab.

    Rachel :)

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  24. Looks great Marty! Don't forget to put a folded piece of kitchen towel in the bottom though to stop anything accidentaly cracking the base - experience tells me this :o(

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  25. Something so simple..and yet just adorable. What a cute crock.

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  26. My goodness Marty your new roo fit right in,found a new home and looks so settled.Looks as if that is were it should have always been,love 'em.
    ~JO @ LazyonLoblolly

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  27. I love how your elevated it on the butter dish.

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  28. Marty, that is fabulous, what a great look and how perfect for your utensils! I want one of those rooster cache pots, love it!

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  29. I love the rooster cache pot...looks perfect for holding your utensils!

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  30. Marty, what a great use for your pot! Very cute; and I was excited to link to TTT!! Be blessed!

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  31. Adorable! Of course, I've been lusting after your butter dish a long time. Looks perfect!

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  32. There you go again teasing me by showing your BUTTER slab

    Love it

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  33. Marty, Your rooster cachpot is a great addition and looks great holding kitchen utensils. The butter slab is the perfect "riser". Happy Fall.

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  34. So glad you are feeling a lot better, Marty. I love your new little pot.
    Suzyq

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  35. I just love the rooster cashe pot, especially the colors of it! I have my utencils out to but my container isn't as pretty as yours!
    Great idea Marty!

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  36. oh that's adorable...I love your rooster corner! And what a good idea to use it for your utensils!

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  37. Hi lovely lady.
    Looks so pretty, Marty!
    This was a great idea you used your kitchen utensils. I do love your Roosters.
    XXOO Diane

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  38. It looks like it was made to sit on the butter plate. Just love it.

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  39. I love it!!! What a perfect container for your utensils. Ha ha, my husband is really bugged that I now have vignettes on the kitchen counters.
    Blessings, Haven

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  40. what a great idea, I am going to look for one of those it is really fantastic there

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