Saturday, April 12, 2014

How to use an olive bucket

Few weeks back I purchased two olive buckets.
I really like them.
And so do my 

In fact, they seem to like better, anything that they are not supposed to touch.
What was supposed to be "my stuff"...

has already become "their property".
To infinity and beyond!
Have a great weekend.

Stay Frugal,


Andi Filante said...

Am I weird that I didn't even know what an olive bucket was?

Don't answer that. :)


NanaDiana said...

LOL- Well, At least you didn't tell them to BUZZ OFF! lol Love it- xo Diana

Msmoozys Open House said...

Oh that is one thing on my wish list, when ever I find them (old) they are crazy money. I am holding out hope to find one at a good price soon. :-) Thanks for sharing today, have a great day.

Kelly said...

Oh I really like your new buckets! Those will be handy around the house.

Charm Bracelet Diva {at Home} said...

Are these the Wal-Mart finds I blogged about recently? I have two and I love them!

Mariette VandenMunckhof-Vedder said...

Dearest Daniela,
What a great purpose for those olive buckets and maybe that's the trick for making them like things!
Hugs to you and happy Palm Sunday.

Donna Sinclair said...

Wow, I love learning new stuff like this...olive buckets? New to me but fabulous looking.

Dee Lapin said...

lol isn't that the way! Kids do take over ;-)

must love junk said...

At least they have good taste-ha!:)

Mindi Carwin said...

Ha ha! Story of my life! Someday we will miss them taking over our stuff! I love the buckets!

Revi said...

At least the kiddie clutter is contained in a lovely way! And yes, you will miss it somewhat. :)

Magali@TheLittleWhiteHouse said...

Pretty and useful? YOu've got the best of both world here! Haoppy Easter!