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Years ago when Amazing Daughter was young and I was trying to get her to see that  juice and water should be the beverage of choice, I worked every angle to accomplish this task.  Enter the common pitcher.  That did not work for her.  Plain.  Then I went kid fancy. That did not work either.  Finally I went just pretty.  This kind of worked.  (Actually, when Amazing Daughter was put in charge of making the juice, that was the winner!)  So began my collection of pitchers.

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simplydaisies

Proudly on display in the kitchen, a small (yes I have more….) part of the collection adds beauty, color, and easy access to a daily essential!  If you have not figured it yet, blue is my color.  Always has been, always will be.  I always look for colors that compliment my chosen color.

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simplydaisies

It is like a beauty pageant!

“Now on stage representing the beautiful country of Poland wearing a hand painted bouquet of flowers….”  I could do the whole post like that.  I will spare you.

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simplydaisies

I was never a big fan of yellow but for some reason I just love this one.  This was a gift from a student.  The French do blues and yellows well.

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simplydaisies

This two are Italian.  I just love the rooster!!  It was Amazing Daughter’s favorite orange juice ‘container’.

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simplydaisies

Found this one at a flea market.  It is for tea.  Imagine how happy I was!

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simplydaisies

Doesn’t this just scream “Freshly squeezed lemonade please?”

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simplydaisies

The last two are also Italian.  I am always on the look out for unique pitchers.

Now aren’t you glad that I did not use this post to display my commentator skills?

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