The ramekins were just so sweet. Someone collects strawberry patterned pieces, but I can't for the life of me think who. I used to have the dinnerware that matched these ramekins. They were a special purchase at Piggly Wiggly stores back when Amie was a baby and I collected a full place setting of them. I think I bought them for the memories as much as that ramekins come in handy when you want just enough cobbler for two and not ten.
The frame is carved wood. I will most likely end up painting it, but thought it too pretty to pass up. I always find a use for a frame!
The blue and white striped material in the background of these photos are the curtains I bought. They were listed as tiers. Not what they are at all. They are 60X84 fully line drapes complete with finished edges and weights in the bottom corners. For $7! Gracious, but someone must have gotten confused on those. Remember that used vintage sheet set for $14?
These will do nicely as curtains in the guest room. The panels are wide enough that I can even consider putting up one at each window in my bedroom and have enough fullness to look nice, too.
I also bought two books, which I forgot to photograph. Bed & Breakfast by Lois Battle and The Reading Group by Elizabeth Noble.
And of course, I got the khaki table runner that I photographed Friday on my Shabat table.
Now, I'm heading over to Rebecca's blog to see her treasures...