The perfect combination
This is the perfect combination of my taste with Sue’s – it’s got my red and her pink and blue! This is a recent ebay find, thanks to the Careberry sisters. It did present quite a conundrum today, do I go girly and more pink? Or highlight the blue
Continue reading Day 102 – Refrigerator ware part trois in two parts
Chickens on the table
“Chickens on the table” in my house doesn’t refer to something roasted in a pan or on a platter, it means there is a chicken ON the table…as in standing on it : ) We had Pouff hop up for a photo op on day 11, she’s very
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Pretty groovy : )
Can you believe this print?! Can you believe it’s NEW?! This is one amazing piece of cotton I found at IKEA, of all places, just this last spring. The graphics and colors of this screamed flower-power-sixties to me, and that led me to the grooviest family I wanted
Continue reading Day 100 – It’s a Brady dinner!
Make a wish and yellow
This is going to be a very short – today is the 10th Annual World’s Largest Ice Cream Social at Cold Stone Creamery between 5 and 8 pm to benefit the Make-a-Wish organization.
You can get a free 3 ounce ice cream in the super
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My plaid picnic tin
What’s larger than a breadbox and has handles? A picnic tin!
‘Cause if it didn’t have handles it’d be …..a breadbox : )
And this very cha-cha picnic tin has it all – faux leather top and corner pieces, faux stitching and REAL plastic
Continue reading Day 98 – Picnic in the park
Marigold Carnival glass
While looking for one thing I found another…and my inspiration for today!
Because Sue and I have so much ‘stuff’ we use things like the picnic baskets and vintage luggage to store smaller items in. Great plan except we sometimes forget what went where. “Have you seen…?”
Continue reading Day 97 – A Carnival Lunch
Mod : )
Once upon a time I wanted some nifty atomic fabric with which to cover my dining room chairs and so I hopped into my little Saturn and drove 5 hours to a fabric store in Los Angeles where fabric was cooler and cheaper (and the price of gas was
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