March 24, 2011

apple crumble.

thought that would get your attention. firstly i just want to say a big thank you for the lovely comments left on my previous post. as creative types you will know that sometimes all that is needed is to be able to share your creative output with people and i have most definately come away feeling inspired from it. i don't make enough art (too many ideas too little time) or collaborate with enough of the people that inspire me the most. this peppermint opportunity has given me the power to get creating. watch me, and ask for some evidence of this, ok? back to the apple crumble...i'm baking a giant crumble tonight for a little work shindig with some of my favourite goma kids. i am also whipping up some 1st birthday rose cakes for this little lady's party on sunday. should be perfect. big day ahead tomorrow with work, won't be home till late but i've got boxing, baking and vintage sheet swap doings to keep me busy on saturday. have a great friday and thank you again for all of your loveliness. ps. here are some treats i've been collecting lately..some for me, some for rummage!

pot holders, too cute.

cameras to play with atop a gorgeous little piece of barkcloth.

i found two more! syrup jug collection is growing.

gorgeous jar. perfect for my sugar flowers i think.

can't pass up a ship painting. available at rummage.

welcome to my world.

gorgeous crocheted olive & aqua blanket. perfect for winters on the couch!

kitty metal tray. available at rummage.

i'm not sure why i couldn't leave this behind. it's so cool and (i think it's the clouds)

the colours on the glasses are just awesome. available at rummage.


Scarlett Fontaine said...

great finds, love the jar and ship painting esp! mmmm Apple Crumble :o) Scarlett x

Hannah said...

It might sound weird, but I love how rectangular those cameras are!!

Bee happy said...

I love the cameras, they bring back memories trying to load films in them!

Bee happy x
Have a delicious day!

Bungalowgirl said...

Love the glass and jug set. If Tiger airways had been around in the 70's this would have been compulsory hand luggage. I think it's the shape of the handles and spout, the colours and the way they all pack in the box that is so appealing. By the way, your feature in Peppermint looks lovely- where does one get the magazine from?
Also do you know when the next rummage is? Thanks, Mel.

BOB & MABEL said...

Super cool finds. Love the glass and jug set so much.

melynda said...

great finds! have a great weekend :)
m xo

Tracey said...

love the colours in that barkcloth

Nick said...

Apple crumble or Barkcloth...both key words that can get my attention.

Absolute Novice said...

I'm jealous of the glass jar with the green lid!
Love your blog banner too!! x

Michelle said...

Oh I like everything you found! What superb treasures. The crocheted blanket is beautiful. I love the "clean/dirty" kitchen plate, A LOT! The cast iron trivets are beautiful and oh, well I like it all. Good job on the hunting. Thanks for sharing.

vintagescapes said...

Love the jar with the green lid as well! The napkin? that it's on is fun as well.

The Joyful Thrifter said...

Just found your lovely blog! I would have bought those sky holiday cups! I love unusual items! and those are for sure unusual!

The Joyful Thrifter

♥ w o o l f ♥ said...

barkcloth indeed, it looks outstanding! and i'm just wondering if i should rustle up a crumble? not popular here, but i do feel a craving... n♥

Anonymous said...

I LOVE the jug and glasses set! Too cute. Hope you are haivng a great day, Dee x

green tea and red nails said...

oh... what lovely finds! i have that jar with the green lid... it is my face :)

love it xx