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March 14, 2012

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Sunny Simple Life

Oh I am in love with that fabric, your cupboard and your dishes. Love it all. I can see why you like that fabric. Red and green are my faves.

Kathy

Bravo to you, I know how hard it is to make that first cut! BTW, love your shelf edging.

Whit

As soon as i saw the first picture, before i started reading anything, i thought of how perfect that fabric is for you and how it would go with your Hoosier! :)

Your transformation looks fabulous! That is going to be a great wall art!

You know, you're posts about destashing are becoming the little voice in my head as i unpack our new place. As i unpacked the boxes from my old china hutch into our new one, i kept thinking "do i really need 12 mismatched teacups and saucers, a 4 cup coffee service, AND a collection of Fransican Rose tea service? I think i am the only person drinking tea here...i could use a different cup each day for a month and a half! :)

Thanks for the inspiration!

Renee

Beautifully displayed now as a work of art and as it was meant to be. I struggle getting over the detailed nature of these old fabrics. The crisp lines and almost genuine story behind each piece. They really are timeless art pieces. Smiles...Renee

freckledhen

I can see why you love that fabric. With it's clean grid and cripness. Like the simple perfection of gingham only better.

Musings from Kim K.

I'm completely in love with your fabric, cupboard and dish display. Beautiful pictures.

laurie magpie ethel

Now you can enjoy it on a daily basis and twice the bang with the extra fabric. Enjoy that spring weather - we had monsoon rains and 40s today. I spent a rare afternoon reading a book and cozying up.

Mecky

That is an excellent idea. I love it! I can see why you like that feedsack.

I see some wonderful jadeite in the backgroud! I hope you share more pictures of it!
Have a great weekend

Rebecca

That is such a great idea! I have a lot of neat vintage fabric languishing in storage too, and no good way to show it off... This may have to go on my list of projects-that-I-will-maybe-think-about-one-day. :)

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