Wednesday, October 26, 2011

Family Things

Vintage all in the family....

Butter churn
(One day I had all the grandchildren over. made butter in this butter churn.. 
It was so much fun!)

Butter paddle and Butter  - Old Grater

Old milk bottle....do you know what the top is for....
  It collects the cream.
Flour sifter used by my grandmother.



18 comments:

  1. I love vintage things, these are great.

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  2. Hi Flora, first I want to say thanks for visiting my blog. I was reading your profile and I see you teach sewing. What fun that must be. I have always wanted to teach children to sew. I think it really is almost a lost art. People are too busy now days. Great blog, BTW.

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  3. I love your vintage collect, Flora. How nice that you have your grandmothers things.
    When we lived in the north we had an old house filled with antiques.

    smiles n hugs,
    Pam i am :D

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  4. hi what a fun way to teach the old ways and spend fun time with your grandchildren. You have a great collection old kitchen wares. I love your bog, great ideas your sharing.

    ~Emily
    The French Hutch

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  5. Wonderful! I don't have any remembrances from my grandparents. So glad you have a handful of treasures/memories. :)

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  6. How fun to make butter with the grandkids. I have many items that were my grandmothers, but none are in any shape to really use.

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  7. That was awesome - I love to see older things - when I know what they are used for - very interesting to me.
    sandie

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  8. Wonderful that you are sharing all this with your grandchildren.

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  9. Your photos brought back some wonderful memories.

    My sister has my mother's butter churn and butter paddle. I can't remember who has her flour sifter.

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  10. what wonderful treasures and awesome experiences for the grandkids!!

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  11. Some pretty neat Vintage Thingies! Thanks for visiting.
    R

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  12. Great stuff ad churning butter sounds like a lot of fun. Probably wasn't so much fun when it was the only way to get butter, but in this century, it sounds like fun!

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  13. the flour sifter is just like one my mom had... sigh...

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  14. How wonderful for you and your grandchildren that you can share in old-fashioned culinary projects, while they develop a love for things vintage!

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  15. What fun vintage items. You have such a nice collection!

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  16. What great vintage items! I've made butter in a jar! The churn is wonderful! ♥

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  17. so nice to have family heirlooms to share..

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