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Wednesday, January 20, 2016

Pantry Findings...

from my Mom..



Hello dear hearts.. 

A few pantry findings that I found as I work away at deleting my many many photos... 
I love old dishes and these are a few that are in the cottage pantry..

We are having cold days here in New Brunswick and I have been pottering about doing little tasks that I have been wanting to do.. 
Painting a mirror frame, making marmalade, potting a few plants and such.. 

What are you busy doing these winter days.. 

Thanks for dropping by for this little wee post.. 
God bless you my friends.. 
xo

22 comments:

  1. Oh sweet Faye same to you dear heart :) I just love all dishes. They tell such stories :)

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  2. I love your crockery, Faye. As it is a hot summer day here I am sitting under the fan before doing some craft work. Would you like some sunshine? LOL!

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  3. Hi Faye, I have been doing some cooking and cleaning out a few drawers. Got my yearly calendar book already for 2016 with all the many birthdays in my family listed. I LOVE all the bird dishware. As soon as I saw it, I remembered that it was from your dear mother. So special.

    It has been pretty cold here all week.

    L...
    S...

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  4. Now that I have the quarterly sales tax finished...just in the nick of time...I can move on to some projects I would like to complete. I'm a little frustrated because our office remodel is not coming along as quickly as I had hoped, and some of the things I want to complete in the rest of the house can't be done until the office is finished. Oh the joys of buying an old fixer-upper.
    Your dishes are so bright and festive!

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  5. You certainly have some stunning dishes, I bet they have some lovely stories to tell if they could talk. I am working on a quilt for my new Grandson expected next month, I am not sure it is going to be ready in time.

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  6. Hello Faye....Thay's a lot of pretty china you have in your cottage pantry...we're still working hard at preparing the cottage AKA the bomb site to move into...hopefully soon. X

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  7. Beautiful, Faye...not much goings on here. I will be returning to school on Monday, that is about it. Have a beautiful day, friend.

    p.s. I wonder why the traffic feed shows up Corning? As we are 45 min from there. lol---maybe because our cable company is there? Who knows.

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  8. trying to stay warm...lol. Working on a few projects for a pop up I'm hostinging "For the LOVE of Vintage" - those little dishes would be a great addition.

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  9. Oh I do love your dishes, so pretty! Love cottage style china. Cold here too, and I am loving sunny days and starry nights. -28 C this morning, coldest we have had in a long time. Making warm meals and getting things done indoors. Wrapping up and taking dog for a walk twice a day. Needlework and knitting in the evening. I am definately a winter person. Stay warm and take care, Pam i Norway x

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  10. You have such pretty dishes. It's so cold here and we are getting ready for a huge snow storm! Hope you enjoy the rest of the week.
    Julie xo

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  11. All of that china looks so pretty, reminds me of what might have been more gentle days. I too have a passion for old china. xx

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  12. Morning Faye, loving those old dishes, I am a sucker for them too.Blessings Francine.

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  13. I love your dishes, just so very pretty.
    Snowed in at the moment hoping to get out if the afternoon warms enough to melt away of the 5" of snow, they are expecting up to a foot tomorrow into the weekend. Hoping this too shall pass. Having an easy day of it, ah winter!

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  14. Baking bread and knitting for me today.
    Oh how I love your vintage china & a pantry.
    I was wondering if you are on Instagram.
    Fondly Michelle

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  15. They are so pretty aren't they! I am supposed to be sorting my photos this year too, but haven't started yet. I hope that you enjoy looking through your photos and enjoying them and perhaps finding some more lost treasures! xx

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  16. Beautiful. Marmalade sounds wonderful.

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  17. I love the one of the lady, daughter and dog. Sweet as can be.
    This week I am busy taking on some paper work. Tax time coming on for us. We will meet up with our Tax Lady, I call her. :-)
    I plan to bake a Pecan Pie for my husband Friday, for his birthday the 24th. :-)
    xx oo
    Carla

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  18. Some lovely china here. It's amazing what we find in our cupboards when we start cleaning out.

    Diana

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  19. Lucky you having such lovely china. Is the cup with the lady, daughter and dog from a Tasha Tudor drawing? What is the name of that china? Very pretty. That you for sharing.

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  20. Very cute dishes... what treasures!

    We're staying warm by the fire this cold and wintry day, and watching Andy Griffith on Netflix :)

    Have a happy weekend.
    ~K.

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  21. I came over from my mom's blog. Henny Penny. I just love your blog. Beautiful!!!
    xo
    Lynn

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