Welcome everyone to Vintage Thingies Thursday. If you are new to this party, please take the time to read and follow the instructions for participating in Vintage Thingies Thursday, click HERE. I try and keep things fairly simple, so please make sure you follow the instructions. I have gotten a few complaints about people linking in and not doing what is required, please, try and visit each and every participant, that is really important. Please only ONE link per week. Thank you for your cooperation in this. I know we are all busy, but even if it takes a few days to do so, please do that. Lastly, if you link in, LINK back to my blog, so everyone can see all of the vintage goodies being showed that day. If you don't link back here, they won't know who to visit......thanks so much.
This week, I will be away, and from ANY computer access. I had this post all set up for you guys and girls so you would not miss a thing....never mind that I will be missing out, but you all go ahead and have a great time! I'll try and catch up before next Thursday, I may be a bit slow, but believe me, I don't really want to miss a thing, so I will be visiting....just a little slow in doing so, don't give up on me!!!
It is no surprise I am fond of vintage red kitchen items. Here are a few of my finds that are displayed on my counters.....
I love this old vintage jar, I left the lid in its original condition, and it houses all my vintage cookie cutters....love it!
This little tin is a recent find at an estate sale. I paid 25 cents for it, and just love the bright, bold reds.....I was thrilled with finding this one.
Vintage coffee mug filled with vintage measuring spoons. I only recently became aware that around my area, these are getting harder to find, especially in sets. So when I find the, I snatch them up...literally!
These are some of my vintage pot holders. I just love these, and so wish I knew how to make them, they are so charming and I always wonder about the women who made them.
Finally, the last estate sale I went to had two of these refrigerator dishes, and I just loved the beautiful blue. I purchased both of them, with the lids for $5.00. I was pleased with that price. I love these dishes and when I think the price is good, I always buy them....sure the heck beats using plastic, and I am convinced much healthier.
Have a great Vintage Thingies Thursday everyone...the link should work just fine, and even though I am surely missing you all today, I will be thinking about each and every one of you....truly.
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