Tin Time and Share Your Cup Thursday #4

Welcome to Share Your Cup Thursday.

I am having so much fun seeing the wonderful posts shared each week!

Hubby and I have been in Arizona visiting our youngest daughter, Kylee and her husband.

I wanted to share with you a couple of Arizona thrift finds.

I have always had a love for vintage tin.  In the garden I have a collection of oil cans.

Look at this beauty my daughter found for us.


She called us when she ran across it at a thrift store.

She was so excited when she said, “Olson is even spelled with an ‘O’”!

The shopkeeper told her that it’s rare to find them with the spout attached. 


Yesterday I found this great minnow bucket for $8 at the AZ D.I.


I love the graphics and that red handle!


I will be sharing my red treasures with:  Rednesday and Share the Love Wednesday, Vintage Thingie Thursday, Thrifty Things Friday

Because of my Antique finds I decided that I would feature posts with vintage items from last week. This helped me narrow it down a bit. I find it hard to pick just a few.


I fell hard for this darling washstand redo by Laura from Our Prairie Home She is a new blogger.  Hop over and see what this beauty looked like before. Notice the watering can?  Another one of my tin time loves!


All Is Amazing shared her wonderful collection of teacups that once belonged to her grandmother. She has more than this to share!


This old door in the garden of Andrea from Town and Prairie is known as the ‘Magic Door’. Visit her and see why.


Laura from Cottage and Broome showed us her wonderful collection of ‘Bunnykins’ dishes. Go see how cute!


Thank you ladies for sharing these vintage items!  Please grab my featured button.


Now, before I turn my blog over to you I want to show you my give away.

I picked up a few vintage reds at a yard sale on my way to AZ. I will be giving away this ruby red cruet and two tea cups. I know, I collect these, but I already have a cruet and quite a few cups. Thought I could share a few of my lovely reds. I also got a sugar bowl.  Sorry, keeping that piece. hee-hee! Along with the glassware there is a vintage metal lid with cherries painted on it.  It will be included in the give away.  I thought it would make a cute spoon rest. All you have to do is leave a comment and you will be entered.  If you link up and leave a comment I will throw your name in the hat twice.  Be sure and tell me in your comment.


I will draw a winner next Weds. April 18th and announce it at “Share Your Cup Thursday”.

Party Rules:

1.  Be a follower of Have a Daily Cup of Mrs. Olson

2.  Link up a specific post and not your entire blog.

3.  Have a link back to this post so other people will know where to find the party. Feel free to grab my button on my sidebar.

4.  Please visit other participants.  It’s a great way to find new blogs.

After linking, I would love for you to leave a comment!

Now I can’t wait to see what helped fill your cup (made you happy) this week.



NanaDiana said...

What great features here today. I got distracted and almost forgot to come back to comment. I hope you have a wonderful day- xo Diana

craftyles said...

I love the minnow can. I also love vintage tins-especially watering cans. Cute stuff you have shown. I'd love to be entered in your giveaway!

LV said...

You trip was very successful in more ways than one. All those things are very vintage and definitely keepers. My eyes are bad so I had a hard time reading your small print.

allisamazing said...

Your finds are awesome! Thanks so much for featuring my Grandmother's teacups. They are quite special to me :) I have linked up my butterfly pictures this week. Thanks for hosting!

★Carol★ said...

LOVE that Olson tin! And the minnow bucket. I've got one too, and I plant it up every summer. Oh, and I'd love to be entered in your giveaway. I can already imagine those pieces sitting on my windowsill!
Happy REDnesday,

Shannon Fox said...

GREAT finds! Love me some crusty-rusty stuff;) hehe

SO thrilled to see my pal Laura get featured. Fabulous green wash stand.

andrea@townandprairie said...

Thank you for the sweet feature, Jann. Love your minnow bucket! My Boompa always liked the galvanized ones the best because they would stay submerged. The plastic ones just float and then the minnows would die. They don't even sell them anymore. Regards, Andrea

Sanghamitra Bhattacherjee(Mukherjee) said...

What a great find here! Looks lovely.
Thanks for sharing.
Hope to see you on my blog:)

Cottage and Broome said...

Jann, Thank you so much for featuring our Bunnykins dishes from last week!!!! It is really appreciated. Love the Olson can what a great find, Thanks for hosting again this week, Laura

Kris said...

Hi Jann,
Sounds like you are having fun in AZ!! What great finds!! I have a very similar minnow bucket too!!!
Love what your hairdresser did to your lamp shade as well, in previous post!!!
Fun stuff!!!

camp and cottage living said...

What a unique can!
I'm not entering your contest, but I wanted to drop by and say,'Hi'!
Thanks for featuring some new (to me) bloggers. I'll pop right over to visit them!
Take care my friend!

Carol Ann said...

You found some great finds! The red glassware is beautiful. I especially like the lid with the cherries on it! Thanks for sending me your way ~ Carol Ann

Sandie said...

Thanks for the invite and visiting my blog! The can with your name is such a fabulous find! Looking forward to visiting everyone that links up! Sandie

Debbie-Dabble Blog and A Debbie-Dabble Christmas said...

Great finds!

Thanks so much fro hosting!


Betty@SouthernGrace said...

I'm your new follower...love your vintage finds.

Pam~ Virginia Retro said...

Happy to be linking up today with my Pizza Party tablescape. Thanks for hosting your party!

Love the can with your name on it, what a find!

Unknown said...

Thanks for hosting again this week, happy Thursday!

Ann@A Sentimental Life said...

Jann, thanks for asking me to join your party! I feel honored! I added your party to the side bar. Now, how great would those things look in my red kitchen?
Have a great day!

Ky said...

Proud to say I helped with all these great vintage finds! Cant wait to see where you display them! Love you!

Anonymous said...

Found you over at Coloradolady linky party. So glad I did :) Thanks for hosting a cool linky party too :)

LindyLouMac said...

What a lovely selection of items, especially the Olson can, I bet that made your daughter's day! If I catch up enough to do a post later I will be back to link up.

Gina said...

What great antique finds! Could the Olson tin be any more fitting?

DIYbyDesign said...

Great features and great party. I am already a follower but this is my first time joining your party. I grabbed your button and added it to my party page. Thanks for hosting.

Debra@CommonGround said...

Hi Jann, finally over here, thanks so much for the party, LOVE that old tin, how fun!!

Anonymous said...

Can't believe you want to share your finds. I always like to be a winner.
Thanks, Jeanne

Anonymous said...

Jann, love the red dishes and the cherry lid. what great finds!!
Kathy Watkins

Vicki/Jake said...

Hope someone who links up for you wins....but whathteheck, I'm in:)

Rob Hunt said...

Hi, just found your blog and added my garden post from Sunday. I added your blog to my blog list and am following as well.

Diann said...

I love your minnow box. I grew up with them everywhere (huge fishing family) so seeing this brings back fun and happy memories! Thank you for sharing with us at TTF and have a terrific day!

Anna Nguyen said...

So nice! I like all.

Faith Hope and Cherrytea said...

well, with a blog named as mine, this is one post i'm sorry i missed ! :)

Anonymous said...

I subscribed to Have a Daily cup of Mrs. Olson.