My dear friend Katie and I went shopping in a little Amish community down the road from here. Our first stop was The Amish Cheese House for some chicken base, jelly, and yummy snacks. Lunch was delicious at The Dutch Pantry. It is homemade buffet only and those noodles are oh, so yummy! Then we hit Cherry's Antique Mall. We have yet to make it all the way through the mall, lol! I adore this vintage white bowl that I found for $4. It has some characteristic cracks in it and stamped Ohio on the bottom. We bought a bag of molds, cutters, and scoops for $6 and split it so this is my $3 worth. It's so much more fun shopping with a friend! =] Oh, I just realized my cutters aren't in this picture-- they are in my cutter bowl.
The only other thing I bought were these beautiful vintage graphic valentines, I delight greatly in them! They were so super cheap! I bought all 10 of these (in both pictures) for $4!
One has a ripped head, hehe, but they are so neat. They are for "Odelia" and have the years 1926, 1929, and 1930 written on them! I am AMAZED that they are up to 85 years old and still in near perfect condition! I can't wait to decorate with them next Valentine's Day.
Speaking of old... this is a Leisure Arts leaflet I bought in 1993, 18 years ago and still haven't completed! Could I be the queen of good intentions, lol? Well, I finally picked it up again and decided to work on it while "sitting in line" to pick up my three car rider kids from school. Yes Brenda, this is "the big one" that I've been working on for years and can't seem to complete, haha!
It says Country Kitchen Sampler, but mine will be a Primitive Kitchen Sampler. =]
I'm still deep cleaning (yes... bleh!), going to some scrapbooking crops (finally started my 15 year old son's baby book... yah!), and finally trying to decorate for Spring.
I hope you all are enjoying your March so far. Have a delightful week my sweet friends~