Tole Trays and Sachets

9.02.2012


I found these wonderful papier mache tole trays at the antique mall that I shared with you last week. I actually found them on the third trip back. I went back for a vintage copper mold for my breakfast room that I had seen on a previous visit. I got it and then spied these trays. At only $8 apiece they had to come home with me. Wasn't sure where I was going to hang them and then they ended up in the powder room. I took the lighthouse painting out that hung here since I am removing the summer look.




I love the cute little flowers on these and the colors are perfect.



I sure do wish you had smellivision. These beautiful linen sachets from Mi-Septembre smell divine.

They are filled with star anise, clover, and cinnamon. I just placed them in this vintage ironstone food mold to work their magic in here.

The scent reminds me of the aroma of apple cider or Russian tea steeping in a pot on the stove. Thank you Marc, for sending these to me. This has brought the heavenly smell of fall in the house.


Do you know what Mi Septembre translates to in English? If I read it correctly it means in the middle of September. Well, today is the first day of the month, but the middle will be here before you know it.

Enjoy the rest of your weekend.

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I was sent these sachets from Mi-Septembre

28 comments:

  1. Those are such cute trays! They look good in there and can easily be used elsewhere, I'm sure. Now that college football is on (all channels it seems), it sure feels like Fall already. Now the scent of Fall is the only thing lacking and you found it!

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  2. Hi Kimmie! OH, my goodness! You stole those darling trays! I love them and they look great where you've put them.
    Have a great weekend and be a sweetie,
    Shelia ;)

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  3. It sure doesn't FEEL like Fall yet, hot and humid here today. Love the trays and I bet those sachets smell divine! XO, Pinky

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  4. Love the new trays and the new profile picture!

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  5. I can almost smell those sachets! Wonderful for Fall. I love the trays!

    Since we are home, and I think we may just stay awhile, I want to do a few Fallish things.

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  6. Love the trays, they look fabulous and the sachets must smell heavenly. Great way to add a little fall. Hugs, Marty

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  7. Oh I love Tole Trays. I have collected some over the years and each one is so Wonderfully unique and pretty. Love how you displayed them.
    Angelina

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  8. The Tole Trays are wonderful on the wall above the toilet--unexpected and charming! Love the sachets too.

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  9. Hi darling, love trays, I was on ebay today looking at a "few". AAAAhhhhh they're still there, just a tad out of my price range. lol. The sachet bags are darling. hugs ~lynne~

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  10. Hello, Hello,
    Those are the most adorable trays. But, yes, a but, the little sachets are sweet. Pun intended :-) Been wondering what to place in the hall bath in the hopes that Master Vic ( 2 yr old Chocolate Lab) does not eat it... this is an idea.
    Hopping over to her FB page now.
    have a fab rest of weekend Kim.
    Cheers, Gee
    PS. Trust you are feeling better.

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  11. such beautiful painting on those trays, and the sachets sound lovely, I love the iron stone mold.

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  12. I love the trays and I bet the smell is heavenly.

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  13. Oh yeah, I have smellivision, for sure! I really can imagine how sweet those saches smell! The trays are lovely, as soon as I saw them, I said, I'd love to find those trays...and I do wish I could too! Enjoy your weekend.
    FABBY

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  14. You are the best at finding good looking bargains like those trays! Those sachets are quite wonderful too...I can imagine how good they smell. The bags with the imaginative closures are very cool.

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  15. Charming trays, Kim...love the colors and the way they look displayed together!

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  16. Those trays were a great find and I bet the sachets smell heavenly.

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  17. Wow, those are paper mache! I don't recall ever seeing any like it, and they are gorgeous - such vibrant colors.

    And, the sachets must be a delight to have in the house.

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  18. Pretty pretty trays. The sachet bags are darling and would be easy to copycat as the price of 28 euros or $35 each is out of my price range.

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  19. what a find {& a bargain}! the old painted papier mache trays are so hard to come by, unlike the florentine. we think in the same way - my tole trays hang in my powder room, too. i just picked up a beautiful black 19th century chippendale tray this week {love, love}.

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  20. Beautiful trays, Kim. I have to find some filling like what is in your sachets to make some of my own. I love those scents in the Fall and I'm sure they smell wonderful.

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  21. Love the vintage trays! The smell of autumn spices is my favorite, too.

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  22. The trays are beautiful. And I bet those sachets smell wonderful.

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  23. Kim I really like those trays! They look wonderful in the bathroom and I'm also trying to imagine the wonderful smell of those sachets! xo Linda

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  24. Kim,

    The trays are just beautiful. What a deal!

    Judy

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  25. Love the tole trays...I am such a fan of them....great sachets..love the embellishments!!...Great finds!!!

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  26. Absolutely beautiful trays...and I LOVE those sachets! Thanks for sharing at It's Overflowing.

    XO, Aimee

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