Monday, January 11, 2010

Vintage, Victorian, and lots of kitchen clutter.

I used an old lace tablecloth to make this Victorian purse.
Guess what??? There is plenty more so I
get lots of second time aorunds out of it. =0)

This old trivet has a 1960 date on the bottom.

How about 3 or more rolling pins.....

And 3 or more kitchen gadget pieces.

I'm joining these gals for Tuesday Memes this week.
Thanks for hosting ladies,
and thank you all for coming by.

Three or More Tuesday

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Anonymous said...

Barbara Jean, that's so funny. I just took down my lace window panels. They were beautiful, but certainly dated. I was thinking of all the projects I could do with them, but a lovely little purse wasn't on the list. How very, very clever!!!

Marjorie (Molly) Smith said...

love the little purse, it is so creative, would have never thought to use a lace table cloth.
Thanks for sharing

Anonymous said...

Barbara Jean, perhaps if you would allow yourself time sleep, you would feel a bit more relaxed (haha) 2023, 2024, 2025, 2026, 2027, 2028, 2029, 2030 (shame on me).

The reason you just saw the links was that I was preparing a post which I'm going to store in draft and publish sometime tomorrow.

Why don't you go have a nice cup of hot chocolate with lots of marshmallows and a striped shortbread cookie? That always does it for me.

I wish I were there -- I would certainly volunteer to help you!

my home sanctuary said...

Oh wow what cool finds. I love your utensil display gave me an idea for my rolling pin.
Thanks for sharing.
Have a Blessed Day,

Maureen said...

Your purse is so sweet. Great idea!

Cottage Rose said...

Such a beautiful purse,, love the Victorian lace.... great job on it...
Have a great week.


Collected Treasures said...

adore the purse........very clever! xojana