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Wednesday, May 31, 2006

A Good Thrifting day!

Whoo whooooo!! So great when you actually return home with some treasures! Adorable owl stitcheries, need some prety paint on the frames,beautiful crocheted apron, aqua trimmed apron with embroidered strawberries-cute-, a bunch of vintage trim & ricrac, cute vintage play dishes,and my all time FAV- huge set of vintage tupperware mini jello molds with adorable star shaped bottoms,and so many!!!!!!! There was even more at the thrift store if anyone out there wants to buy some(hopefully)! Ahhhhh, yes and a pretty patchwork duvet i still need to get a shot of . Score for today! The kids cant wait to get to the jello making..... gotta bolt the kettle's a whistlin'


Blogger Jes said...

the jelly molds....ahhhh....sweeto bliss!

4:10 AM  
Anonymous kristin said...

love those owls!!! but you know how much I love old embroidery!! thanks for the great package!!!

2:13 PM  
Blogger Funky Finds said...

Thankfully I stumbled upon your blog today. So many awesome goodies! I love felt food...not sure why, but it makes me smile every time I see it. :)

You seriously should enter this (from http://rosylittlethings.typepad.com/posie_gets_cozy/)

Speaking of, have you heard of a new show on the DIY Network called Uncommon Threads? Melody Shafir, who is extremely nice, is looking for peeps who are handy with any of the needlearts -- except knitting -- to be on the show. So, crochet, embroidery, quilting, rug making. They'll fly you and a few friends to L.A. for the taping -- the show features your little group learning how to make a project of your choice. The details are here, and you can contact Melody directly. Taping for this season is in August/beginning of September. I've actually been wanting to go down to Los Angeles, but I'm not going to be able to make it this time. Sounds like a lot of fun though, no? I love L.A. I really do.

4:12 PM  
Blogger weirdbunny said...

Those jellie molds remind me of my parties in church halls as a child. Every-one in long dresses, their party dress eating the party food, then on a tray out would come the jelly in those tupperware molds!

6:01 PM  
Blogger firstborn said...

angie, i'm drooling over here on seeing your cool finds!

would you consider posting this on my flickr group, friday's finds? it so fits the concept of the group!

:) mary ann

2:39 PM  
Anonymous Lindsey said...

All my green tupperware is 70's so I am not sure when your jello moulds are from. Normally the older the tupperware, the more discoloured the clear or white lids become. Unless someone has kept them in the original packaging and never used them. Loving all your yummy foods!

12:57 PM  

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