If you are my age, you will remember going to a wedding shower or an anniversary party
and being served on a lovely Berwick Snack Set or one similar to it. Well, I have this
exact set! Eight plates in all. When my in-laws had bought an old farm many years ago
this set, along with a lot of other goodies were stashed in their barn. She didn’t want them,
so I very quickly inherited them. Thank you very much! One thing I didn’t know , but
I learned from the article, was that there is a notched corner for a person’s cigarette.
Here’s my set.
I got all this valuable information from ‘Country Living’. I hardly ever purchase magazines
anymore. Since we have Pin interest who needs them? But I do occasionally ‘need ‘one to
browse through while I enjoy a hot cup of tea in my comphy chair!
She bought the house for the sink? Yeah, I could easily see myself doing the
same thing! I had one just like this in a home we owned in Missouri when
our kids were little. Only mine didn’t have the deep side this one has. Sorry
I don’t have any photos of mine. I guess back in the early 80’s it didn’t seem
so novel to me as it is today.
The French milk jug is nice, but what I really wanted you to see was the envelope
made out of re purposed paper. Aren’t they gorgeous? I’d love to receive a letter in
an envelope like this and just think you can make them for free.
And lastly, this is the little General Store I’m going to own someday.
But not in Austin, Texas!
What do you think? Would you stop in here for a sandwich and a look around?
I sure would. this is my kind of place!
I’ll be back later tonight with my surprise drawing results!