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Friday, April 8, 2011

CUTENESS JARS

always has something FUN going on....
VINTAGE GLASS CANNING JARS,
BLUE or CLEAR
is the theme for Saturday.
I really wanted to do something sooo cute but..
I ran out of time..
So, since I wanted to play so bad....
here's my offerings of the day.:)
THE cutest thing on MY page is that adorable little boy
in the photo...
My *little man* is just about to turn 18 and he is 
SOOO HANDSOME !
I know a lot of you saw this
jar of chains
when DONNA had her FUNKY MANTEL PARTY....
Actually, I liked the look so much, the jar is still full of......chain.
I really wanted something really cool to go in these little jars...
but the tea lights were HANDY...and so.....
O, yeah...and I just made 
PEANUT BUTTER COOKIES
so they were handy, too...
Mr. Sweet said I could have the jar with the candles..
he was taking over the
COOKIE JAR
and wanted me to know that the jar was a shade on the SMALLISH size.
OK, Mr. Sweet...
I dipped them in creamy, luscious chocolate...just like you like..
Cup of coffee
or
icy cold milk ?
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27 comments:

Vee said...

You what? Dip peanut butter cookies in chocolate? Why have I never heard of this before? Let's see, it's 9:25 and I was planning an early bedtime. Now I can hardly think for planning a little peanut butter love. Wonder if peanut butter on a cracker with some chocolate chips on top would work...

As always, I enjoy seeing your vignettes... Love that you include family photos in them, too.

Home Made Quilts By Granny said...

The Little boy is a cutie pie. I would like coffee please with the dipped chocolate cookies...I like your blue jars I don't have any of thoses but I have boxes and boxes of the other ones. Trish

On Crooked Creek said...

BJ,
That little boy is adorable...turning 18, or not! "Mr. Sweet" seems like he's an easy going, good sport kinda' guy. You two enjoy those cookies...I'm sure he'll share!
I have a collection of antique blue canning jars in the window on the lower level.They add great color to the room, especially when the sun shines through them! You have some creative ideas with them on your mantel!!! Have a great weekend.
Fondly,
Pat

Julie Harward said...

I love old glass jars..and the blue ones are my very favorite! :D

Sue @ Not the Good Scissors! said...

I like the tea lights in the jar.

For me, when I have cookies it has to be with milk! Nothing else will do and if I don't have any milk I simply will not have any cookies. No kidding. And there is nothing worse then enjoying a cookie or two, or four and I go to the fridge and THERE IS NO MILK!! I am sure even the neighbors can hear the gasp!

Have a great weekend!

xoxo, Sue

Barbara Jean said...

BJ.
love your jars, and the 'filings'. =)

blessings
barbara jean

Abramyan Avenue said...

Those cookies looks delicious!! I love your jars. I've been saving some up too, I just haven't found what I want to put in them yet.
I would like to wish you an early Happy Anniversary. We will be celebrating nine years this April 29. Next year for our tenth we are thinking about renewing our vows. We wed in Vegas with no family or friends and the officiant kepting calling me "Sandra!"

Picket said...

Morning BJ....love love love those old jars! I have some blue ones on top of the kitchen cabinets....lordy it wouldn't do for me to put cookies in mine..they wouldn't last thru the day! lol Happy Anniversary to you and Mr. Sweet tomorrow girl...may you have many more years of love..joy and happiness and may he always whisper 'sweet nothings' in your ear...love you girl....Picket

janis said...

all I can think about is wanting to make peanut butter cookies dipped in chocolate! yum!

Rita said...

This is so funny. I am a jar collector and a few in my family think I'm nuts. they are so handy to store my pasta, sugar, flour, nuts, raisin to name a few.
But, I do not have a BLUE jar; gotta find one now. Wishing you and your guy Happy Anniversary.
Rita

Aunt Amelia's Attic said...

Happy Anniversary!!!

Happy Birthday, to "Mr. Sweet"!

LUV your brand new blog look! How lovely is plain and simple and soft!

Gentle hugs,
.♥.

Kathleen Grace said...

I have to agree with Mr. Sweet, I'll take the jar of peanut butter cookies dipped in chocolate please, oh Lord have mercy, do you need my address?

Kathy said...

Happy Anniversary to you and Mr Sweet. Those cookies look devine. I don't need anything to drink with cookies.......yum yum yum.....me love cookies.....LOL

From the Kitchen said...

B.J., I have a bunch of those blue jars and now they have a purpose--cookies for sure. I'll have a tall glass of cold Texas milk to go with mine. Thank you very much!

Best,
Bonnie

PEA said...

Mr. Sweet would have had a fight on his hands if I'd been there, for those! lol Never thought of dipping peanut butter cookies in chocolate, terrific idea:-) Love your old canning jars, I have a couple as well but they're on a closet shelf...I'd best smarten up and go get them out of there and find something to put in them and display them!! xoxo

Penny @ The Comforts of Home/Lavender Hill Studio said...

Oh my goodness...those cookies look soooo good!

I love the way you are using your vintage canning jars.
Hugs,
Penny

Liz said...

I love me an olden Mason Jar!! :) I love the idea of putting the old chain in there. What great vignettes!

Have a wonderful weekend! :)

~Liz

Madeline's Album said...

The cookies looked delicious, Peanut butter one are the best and dipped in chocolate even better. I like all the ideas of filling the old fruit jars. Have a blessed day. Madeline

Yvonne @ StoneGable said...

I had to come see what your cutness jar was. And it is cute, and what you did with them even cuter!!!!
Darling!!!!
I use jars like that in my pantry. I just love the cute and ordered look of them!
Yvonne

Pat @ Mille Fiori Favoriti said...

I have so many canning jars collecting dust in my basement and now I am inspired to bring them upstairs and begin to fill them with cute things, bj! You started a good thing! Thanks!

MountainBlessings said...

Howdy bj! I really enjoyed your blog! You have a precious family. I am looking forward to getting to know you, I am your newest follower! thanks for sharing! Marla

Carol said...

Peanut butter cookies are wonderful! But...dipping them in chocolate??! Oh, my goodness...Yes!

Dolly said...

Yummy cookies sweet lady!
I will have mine w hot tea please! :-)

All of my canning jars are in the cellar waiting canning season but I think I will dig a few out and fill them with pretty things until then! maybe I should bake some cookies too! hmmmmm

Hugs,
Dolly

Stacey said...

I'd take a cookie too. :) Love your jars.

Phyllis said...

I'm with Mr. Sweet...I'd take the jar with the cookies inside :)

Kathleen said...

You find a cute use for everything!
Wouldn't the jar with chains be such a cute gift for a convict? :)

laurie @ bargain hunting said...

Everything you do is cute, BJ. Love the jars used as bookends, and I might have to steal that idea! Thank you for the inspiration. I'm with Mr. Sweet - I'll take the one with cookies, and you can have the one with candles. Thank you for linking to Favorite Things. laurie