appy Pink Saturday, friends. I'm featuring this pretty vintage sewing basket today. I found her at the Salvation Army and she's in great condition. I love the decal and the baby pink color. I can't keep it all, so this lil' darling will soon be available in my etsy shop.C
an't you just picture a rainbow of spools marching around the perimeter and bobbins and buttons and lace and elastic spilling out? I sure can!T
his tole tray is a really fun piece. It would be so sweet hanging on the wall or perched on a little stool with some pretty glassware.M
y kitchen will soon receive a mini-makeover and here's a sneak peak. I've had these vintage bark cloth drapes for several years. I have a different pair hanging in the dining room and I thought these would blend nicely in the kitchen. Similar colors and they are extra long so they'll flank the sliding glass door perfectly. I won't be able to draw them shut, but I bought cream sheers from Penney's to meet the privacy issue and add a little coziness. I'm going to go with Witch Hazel Corian since it replicates marble, is light and bright, and will still give lots of durability and the cottage look I want. The striped fabric is for a pinch-pleated valance for over the sink. Stay tuned for more on the kitchen ...
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. It's a great linky party with lots of lovliness.
Warmly ... Lynn