January 04, 2009

Simple Pleasures
Glass Canisters


As I have said over and over, "it's the simple things, y'all!" Can I just tell you how much I LOVE my brand new canisters? Now I will actually know when I'm low on flour and sugar BEFORE I bake that cake:)

12 comments:

Mrs. U said...

These are VERY pretty, Susan!! Where did you find them?

His,
Mrs. U

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Angela said...

Hi Susan,
I just told my husband this week I needed a big glass canister/jar to put my flour in. I always spill mine when getting the flimsy bag out of the cabinet. Or the bag rips and I drop it all.

Have a Great Day,
Angela

jen said...

These are so pretty. I have had plastic ones (plastic because I am very clumsy) for the last thirteen years and I love them! I woke up this morning thinking of you and imagining all the fun you are having with that new Benjamin. Babies were on the mind because I cared for a new little one in our church nursery last night.=) Have a blessed day.

Happy @ Home said...

Very nice canisters. They should make baking even more enjoyable.

I like your new blog layout.

Happy New Year!!
Kim

Lura said...

I love those canisters too! I have been eyeing them at Target for some time now!

Miss. Mavee said...

I started using these types of canisters about a year ago and absolutely love them - mostly because I know how much I have of anything!

Revee

NanaNor's said...

Love the canisters but really love the snowmen and falling snow....great look!
Blessings to you this day.
Noreen

Kim~HomeIsWhereTheHeartIs said...

Hi Susan,
I have those same canisters and I just LOVE them...I searched high and low for the perfect canister and ended up finding mine at Wal-mart...they were right under my nose all along!

Hope all is well your precious grandson!

Love, Kim

Storybook Woods said...

I agree, there is nothing nicer then a row of those full jars, wiating for you to make something yummy. Clarice

Brenda@CoffeeTeaBooks said...

I just switched to see through a couple months ago and wonder now why I didn't do it sooner.

I still use the pretty vintage reproduction tins but for things that don't get used everyday.

Susan P. said...

Mrs. U, I found mine at KMart, but from what I understand you can purchase them at WalMart, too:)