what crafty girl wouldn’t want a surprise gift like this?
a very sweet friend dropped these into my life unexpectedly
now, what to make?
Hmmmmm, I guess I will need to think about this one for awhile.
~there has been a vintage pyrex addition to cheer up my kitchen~
~ and 2 copies of Needlecraft magazine from July 1929 and April 1931~
Check it out! So cool. The ads were as captivating as the articles and patterns.
Halitosis?! *OMG* I’m surprised they didn’t show the bird hanging upside-down from the perch!
At the time, you could buy a copy of Needlecraft for the low, low price of 10 cents!
Better yet, this back-of-the-magazine ad offered a 2-year subscription, 8 plants, and 10 seed packets for $1. And that was postage paid!
So for right now I am still loving the vintage. Hope you enjoyed the show.