Thanks to Paulette of MudRailFence for all her hard work on this project!
I was at my DD's home yesterday helping her bake cookies. She has a vintage mixer that was another one of hubby's finds. (All our girls enjoy collectibles, too.) It's an old Kenmore Mixer in pale pink! Works perfectly, has a little wear on the handle, but it has that cottage look that I love! Here's a couple photos. It has a larger bowl that goes with it, but we used it for the cookie dough. The cookies turned out pretty good, too! ;) We used the new Chocolate and Caramel Swirled chips in them and they were yummy!
Wouldn't this look neat in a cottage style kitchen?
Lots of Primitives from the Old Farmhouse Gathering.
The Swarovski Crystal Bracelet is the only non-prim item ... my DD made it! :)
Saturday Afternoon Picks
I need to stay off this pc for a while so I can finish painting my Fall entry!!
Have a good weekend everybody!
She didn't want to get her hands messy in the cake!
She wanted her mommy to clean her hands off!
Good morning all! Hope you're having a nice Sunday.
A glass souvenir from the 1904 Worlds Fair
It's hard to see the details in the photos, but they are so intricate!
A desk bell and a small book.
The title is "Speeches and Addresses" of Abraham Lincoln.
The bible is from 1850. It's about 6" tall.
A cute little stitched bag.
These postcards are from Spain. The dresses are actually stitched!
Hope you enjoyed these photos.
There were a few more items, but the heat index outside was 97 degrees,
so I quit taking pictures!
He's going back tomorrow, so we will see what he brings home!
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Her artwork is absolutely beautiful! I love her Angels!!
I've been wanting to try this method for a while now. I'm gathering my supplies and want to try and make something for my DD's new home. Any advice is appreciated!!
If you'd rather hear my regular music, just pause the snow, and hit play on the other list. I want you to have a choice! :) (Some of y'all are barely over the snowy season.)
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