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    My sweet hubs added crown molding and beadboard to my outdated 1980's oak cabinets. He then painted them a creamy cottage white. I love the brushed silver pulls he put on the doors and drawers.

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September 14, 2010

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Gale

How pretty! Thanks for commenting on my apples I posted last week. What you said means a lot!

Pat McDonald

Reading your blog made me think of my Granny. I was 19 when she passed away. (She was 89yo.) Who would of thought someone born in the late 1800's would have such a big impact on my life!? I love my Granny and still have her hand made Belguim lace work. My kitchen is decorated in the 50's style, I love to bake bread, and make homemade soup. Love having people over and making them feel welcome. I also love to sew. All these things were what I learned from my Granny. Thank you for the prompt down memory lane! Pat McDonald

Debbie

Patti, Thanks for coming by and your sweet comments. Love that you have such wonderful treasures from your Grandmother. Mine was special too but she had to share the love with 18 grands at least 25 greats and 9 or so great, greats! She lived until she was 97 and was in her own house until she fell when she was 96. She too was an amazing woman.

Cindy

Patti..love the idea to use some of my Mema's notions on some gifts for my girls.Made by their mama..and the notions by their Great Mema.

Did you get the fall banner?

Hugs...Cindy from Rick-Rack and Gingham

D

Hi, Patti,
Thanks for stopping by. I love your blog. Another "red" girl. ha. I'm signing up to follow you.
What sweet things you have to remember your grama by. (I have those same red cusions :)
D

Sandy McClay

Patti,
This is soooo cute! I just love your crafting items!!!! And I see Elizabeth sent you a wonderful treat!!!!!! Can't wait to see it all put together....your way! :) Sandy

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