August 12th, 2009 in member junk     
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This vintage medical water pitcher is one of my favorite junk pieces.  The old label on the front says SCHOOL OF NURSING.
I hung the vintage syringe on the handle of the pitcher.  A red cross image is used as a get well note.
When Georgia told me she had a vintage syringe I knew I had to have it.  A package of LIFESAVERS fits perfectly inside the syringe case (a little junk fun!).
This vintage medical water pitcher is one of my favorite junk pieces.  The old label on the front says SCHOOL OF NURSING.

This vintage medical water pitcher is one of my favorite junk pieces.  The old label on the front says "SCHOOL OF NURSING".

I used a vintage medical water pitcher and vintage syringe with case (courtesy of Georgia) to create this lively little get well bouquet.

Pattern or design used: My Own Design - junkstyle
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Comments (14)

nancat1946 writes: almost makes me wish I'd get the flu or something. Adorable. Posted: 1:08 am on April 8th
suewhitney writes: This is so beautiful, Janis! What a great combination of awesome junk. Thanks! I'm feeling so much better all ready.

Be Well,
Sue Posted: 11:53 am on August 17th
shabbychick writes: Janis - very cool! And, I know I'm feeling better already! Very sweet with the vintage syringe! :)


P.S. And, who doesn't like Life Savers, right?? Posted: 8:59 am on August 17th
Grasshopper22 writes: I just love old enamel pots and pitchers...they just stand out from the crowd. What I wouldn't do to get my hands on the one that you have :) Posted: 8:39 am on August 15th
chippingcharm writes: P.S...no comment on the shot, I'm getting "whoozie" just thinking about it... Posted: 10:28 pm on August 13th
chippingcharm writes: I love how you think...I would have seen this pitcher, thought it was cool and the tried to think of a nurse that I knew that might appreciate it. Your idea is much better! Thanks, Laurel Posted: 10:26 pm on August 13th
JunkArchitect writes:

Janis, now that’s a great vintage water pitcher. Who wouldn’t feel better receiving a gift like this. My god that syringe looks like something you would frost a cake with. Look at the SIZE of that thing!

I almost freaked out as much as JennyK…almost.


Posted: 4:06 pm on August 13th
CottageElements writes: You wouldn't mind being sick, if you brought them that! Very fun and love the syringe (Georgia gets the coolest things). Btw, I think Jenny meant shot. Though you might have the other when you are sick. LOL!

Lani Posted: 8:28 am on August 13th
writes: This is just precious Janis. The pitcher is just wonderful and the syringe is perfect in this use (can you imagine getting a shit with that??). Nice job as always.

:-) JennyK Posted: 1:02 am on August 13th
georgiamoon writes: Janis, what a great and creative idea to put the medical items together to make a charming "Get Well" bouquet. It is lovely and would make anyone feel better...especially if they knew they didn't have to get a shot with THAT syringe. Still a little scary to me. Interesting, but scary. I'm glad to see that you are getting some use out of it and the Nursing School pitcher is to die for. Love it, Georgia Posted: 11:28 pm on August 12th
smiller0529 writes: That is so awesome! I would love to find something like for my step-mom. She is a retired nurse and would absolutely love it! Posted: 8:16 pm on August 12th
monakent writes: AhhhhCHOOO!!! Oh no, I think I'm sick... Your get well bouquet would sure help me get better (hint, hint)....


Absolutely wonderful. LOVE the uniqueness of the piece. Even the Lifesavers are a good addition to the theme. gailmarie Posted: 7:48 pm on August 12th
alicemom writes: Janis,
That is so cool! Who would have "thunk" except for you ! Really cool! You and Geo did good!
smiles, alice Posted: 6:15 pm on August 12th
RustyDiva writes: This would instantly make me feel better if I were sick. I love the originality Janis! What a great way to make someone feel special! You rock. Posted: 6:01 pm on August 12th
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