Wednesday, April 9, 2014

Of course I wasn't done !

I HAD to add more flowers..everywhere !  Now I feel much better :)  Are you able to make something "right" the first time?
   Here are some of the little things I love to find:

 Almost ANY needlework.  It has to be really really awful for me to pass one up !
The doves are done in very tiny meticulous stitches.  I read somewhere that needlework was "making a comeback", for me it never left !
 LOVE vintage prints.  This one is very small, 4"x5" but such a sweet cottage.
Okay, would anyone else have bought these vintage paper plates?  I bought all of them, 12 packages.  The label says " SERVISET by Southerland, Kalamazoo, Mich,  8 Serving plates 8 1/2" x 8 1/2" 1949 made in USA  ... first of all 1949 !!! made in USA  !!! they are not only lovely but very sturdy because they really DO NOT make them like they used to!
Have no idea what I will do with them, right now I'm just content to look at them, love them and marvel at how wonderful they are.  Yessssss I'ma crazy person !
visiting with Ivy and Elephants   and Beverly's Pink Saturday  why not pop on over and see what's happenin' .
   Thank you for you sweet comments and follows. I really appreciate them and always try to return them.  Until next time, ya'll bee sweet (())


Patty Antle said...

I love the round needlework piece and yes, I may have bought the plates. Great ephemera!

Butterfly 8)(8 Bungalow said...

Thank you for visiting my blog. Those are lovely finds. Maybe you could display a few of the plates on a banner with clothespins. xoxo

Debbie said...

No, I am NEVER able to make things right the first time. You do much better than I, though, because I rarely feel that mine are ever really *right*, and I always love what you do.

I laughed at the purchase of the paper plates. That is exactly the kind of stuff I buy!

Grace said...

oh what pretties! The plates are fabulous. Do you think you will ever use them? Happy Pink Saturday! Grace

Lorraine said...

I am always tearing things off and redoing them! Usually for little silly reasons that no one else would notice. More flowers is always a good thing. Until you reach that tipping point :D
Your vintage finds are lovely, enjoy! Happy Pink Saturday!! Have a great weekend! ~Lorraine ♥♥♥

Michelle Pitts said...

Love the small vintage print...HPS Michelle

Susan Clayton said...

Oh I am almost never done! Love the cottage print.

SwedishCorner ~ DownUnder...Pernilla said...

Pretty needlework!
Happy Easter from Australia♥ ~Pernilla

Jillian's Bella Rosa Antiques said...

I would have TOTALLY bought those plates! How fun. They still look to be in great condition, too.

Thanks so much for stopping by my Pink Saturday post. So sorry I am late in visiting!


Annesphamily said...

Precious, you can never have too many flowers!