Vintage Sign & 5 Bottles of Wine

The sign called to me, with a French accent no less, from an estate sale basement.

“Bon jour mademoiselle.

You are so beautiful,

and I am only $5 (or 4.10 euros)!”

I was putty in his enameled French hands?

I hemmed.

I hawed.

What to do with the sign?

So I wired it to this basket,

for the perfect mix of some of my favorite things.




I have non other to thank but the amazing Kim for this fabulous idea!

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  1. That’s such a great idea, Kelly! I love that sign {of course, because it’s BLUE!} Wine and hydrangeas never hurt, either. :)

  2. so cute!
    i have got the empties, now i just need a basket and a sign to call me madamoiselle and we will be all set.

  3. Per-fecto!! Wait that’s Italian.

  4. What a great find!! Love it, and I love what you did with it! Cute post!!


  5. Forget the sign…I need a wine cave. Or tequila cave. Or a beer cave. Yeah, that’s it…a beer cave.

  6. I love your sign and thanks for the shout out.

  7. I would of been scared to hear French voices, they always remind me of the Pepe Le Pew cartoon.


  8. love it!!!!

  9. That sign is calling my name! I love the texture of it! I need the sign…..and the hydrangeas….and the wine :)

    :) me

  10. Love this Look Kelly. I loved it when Kim shared as well! Pretty pretty.

  11. Wow, I love it!

  12. Signs. Wine. Hydrangeas. All is right and good with the world!



  13. Lovely!! What a great find.


  14. Great combo! Love the little sign and it’s perfect on the basket. Looks like it’s always been there :)

  15. Loved Kim’s sign and love yours too!!! The basket looks wonderful with the hydrangeas!

  16. Great look with the sign … but it’s those wine bottles that are calling my name. :)

  17. Perfection indeed! Once again, I find myself coveting one of your new treasures!
    You really know how to find the good stuff!

  18. Beautiful — the sign and the basket go perfectly together and I love the vases of hydrangeas. I don’t have any but my neighbor as TONS in all colors. I’m going to ask if I can cut some — I know they’ll say yes :)

  19. What a clever idea! Love the hydrangeas in the wine bottles!

  20. All of my favorite things too! Perfection for $5 :)

  21. Excellent finds!!!

  22. great find – those are hard to find these days. Take care, Laura

  23. Oh it looks so pretty!! Love the combinations.
    Saw you at Tuesday’s Treasures
    Debbie :)

  24. I love hydrangeas, and yours look lovely in the bottle & basket :-)
    I have a love/hate relationship with things that call out to me from stores. Especially because they’re usually the expensive things! 😉

  25. I can’t believe you found this great enamel sign in a basement estate sale! You lucky girl. What a find. Perfectly styled I must add.

  26. Looks gorgeous–makes such a big impact with all the colored bottles.

  27. mmm beautiful & i ADORE how you used it! score!

  28. Love it all! The sign, basket, bottles, flowers… perfection!

    ~ Jeannine

  29. Wine and hydrangeas….definitely on my favorite things list, as well!

  30. Tres, tres belle, Kelly. Vin et fleurs!!! Came over from I Gotta Create.

    At least the voice was not singing Frere Jacques!

    Distressed Donna Down Home

  31. All of my favorite things in one place!! It looks great all pulled together!

  32. So cute. I have the wine bottles just need to get some other things to do this. Love it! Too bad my Hydrangeas. are not looking so hot right now.

  33. Beautiful, Kelly! Thank you for sharing your fab find and creativity at Potpourri Friday!

  34. The trifecta of prettiness.

  35. It’s so perfect! Love it. Thank you for sharing. Visiting from 36th Ave. Would love it if you would share this at my Make it Pretty Monday party at The Dedicated House. Wishing you a grand rest of the week. Toodles, Kathryn @TheDedicatedHouse

  36. What a darling idea….love it!!

  37. Absolutely gorgeous!!!

  38. It looks great Kelly. The sign is so neat and I love the hydrangeas in the wine bottles. Wine and hydrangeas…two of my favorite things. :)

  39. i LOVE the whole creation! it’s AWESOME!!!! that an jersey accent on the AWE…some!!!! thanks for sharing over at Junkin Joe…you rock!

  40. Christina at I Gotta Create! says:

    Looks beautiful paired up with those flowers!
    Thanks so much for linking up at I Gotta Create! <3 Christina

  41. Super sweet- I just love it! Wire baskets get me every time. Thanks so much for sharing at Get Schooled Saturday!

  42. that’s so pretty!

  43. Love this beautiful basket and sign. Your hydrangeas are the perfect finishing touch!

  44. Great looking centerpiece.

  45. Perfection :) Laurel

  46. Great photos, always love a basket, and oh yes, beautiful hydrangeas! thanks for always coming to link up at Vintage Inspiration!!

  47. Oh, I am loving this basket with the cute sign! Just lovely! I will be featuring this post on this week’s TTF party! I hope you will join us again and stop by to grab your “I was featured” button for your blog!

  48. Pretty nice :).

    (Although it’s a bit strange to read “Cave au vin”, as we usually say “Cave à vin”…
    Wonder where the “au” version comes from !)

  49. You are amazing!! Had to add you to google+

  50. Love the sign on the basket. It looks great.

  51. The sign and basket look great together, well done!

  52. This is one of my favs Kelly! I love these signs so much and what a perfect addition on the basket! So glad you shared it with the copy cat party. Would love if you added me little ole link with the rest of these wonderful parties you joined. I am getting ready to join your color party…just have to make a post.

  53. Cute idea, I love the sign and using the wire basket for wine, it looks adorable! I pinned it!

  54. Stunningly gorgeous!!


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