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May 30, 2014


Jill norwood

Love all of your sweet finds! The minty green typewriter is precious as is the desk and sewing machine! Love the sweet syrup tin too! Thanks for sharing them! :)

Patty O'Malley

Sweet cards, Melis! Lucky you to stumble upon such amazing finds! Love the way you displayed the typewriter with the bird's nest on the old desk. And that sewing machine--how I would love one! My mom had one like that many years ago and gave it away when I was little. We do have the old sewing machine stand base, though.

Shirley Kedzierski

I love your work. They are always interesting ,cheerful and fun! What size if card base do you work on? TFS. Shirley

Becky Green

What a SWEET IMAGE of a little girl! AND I love the way your flag pops out of the square piece! It just creates such interest! Not to mention the colors! :)
WHAT TREASURES you have found! I would be just as happy as you, if I'd found these bits of history too! :D Totally AWESOME! :) (Did you get that closet & frig done? I don't like cleaning either!) LOL


What cards? All I saw in this post was these beautiful antiques. I would tend to think, the extra piece with the sewing machine, is from a treadle machine. The old machines, always make me marvel at their lovely shapes and how solid they are. The stories they could tell, if they could talk. LOL Since Google is playing with everyone's blogs via Feedburner, which isn't sending many posts out into blog land, Your blog is one of the few I'm still getting email from. Thank You, I love your sweet posts.

Linda Lander

That Log Cabin Syrup was the best...especially coming out of that tin...couldn't beat it. The typewriter was considered quite fancy...considering it was a COLOR!!!! (..back in the day)
Loved the stamping also..

Julie O

Where did the adorable little girl come from? She's soooo cute!

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