Wednesday, September 29, 2010

Rednesday is here again!

Hello everyone!  I want to thank everybody who stopped by and sent emails that wanted me to know they were praying for my family.  The support was wonderful and very helpful!!!  “One day at a time” seems perfect for my family right now….and so that is what we will do!


SO… it cool where you live, do you feel the bite in the air?  Well folks, it was 107 degrees here yesterday.  YUK !!!!!  I am so sick of heat!  But we are hopeful, it could be in the 90’s by next week! Doesn’t that sound cool?????  LOL  Fall never seems to show up in this part of Arizona until mid October, they say the latest it was over 100 degrees in Phoenix was October 23, 2003…..let’s hope we don’t break that record!

I don’t have a lot of photo of any new red items, but I forgot about this sweet little doll carrier I got at a second hand store about a year ago….found it under my table in my craft room!

IMG_2217 IMG_2218 I just love the inside!  The sweet little wallpaper with the gold starts!  I wish I had the doll that stayed in here! :)

IMG_2219 This little bar can be pushed in for closure or pulled out for getting to the dresses in the back….

A close up of the wallpaper….. the stars look silver but they are gold…


I also love this piece!  I had a hard time deciding between a red one and a yellow one….they both were so darn vintage!

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  But as with most items, the red won out!  It took my husband and another guy to put this together and they weren’t happy with me! LOL

IMG_2221 I have a piece of oilcloth that I would like to use to redo the seat and the back….maybe someday.



A little plain for me….but I use it all of the time!

And this is one of my shelves in my spice cupboard…..I just love all of the colors!



Please check out all of the fun Redness over at Sue’s   And have a great day!!!!!

Thanks for stopping by! 


Anonymous said...

Love that doll carrier and I am glad to see you back. One day at a time is always a good thing. Prayed and will continue to pray as led.

Blessings to you.

Cindy said...

Hey sweetie..yeah you are blogging again!! The red trunk is precious..I had one of those when I was little.
That red booster chair..if It is like mine and is sure looks like it..Little ones when sitting on tips backwards. It is so frustrating..the older ones don't tip like this one just be careful with little ones on it. The fabric is awesome!!

Hugs and love..Cindy from Rick-Rack and Gingham

Sally Annie Magundy said...

Hi Sandy,
I love your reds today. Your wee trunk is adorable and I adore your red chair - what fun your oil cloth is.
Sending hugs your way and please know you are in my thoughts.

Ann said...

That red trunk is so cute!!!! I think it would look great in a craft room.

Home and Heart said...

DARLING!!! I have the red chair too!!! I love it. I also have the oilcloth!! Great minds I guess! Do you design your blog? It is always amazing!!

❀~Myrna~❀ said...

I love the doll trunk!

Cherry Chick said...

You have Cherries Jubilee plastes? Cool! Your step-chair is the perfect Red to share, too.
I'm so loving your Halloween template on your blog!So much to look at. Thanks so much for sharing with us all on Rednesday. :-)

Cherry Chick said...

Plates...I can spell I swear I can.

Simply Shelley said...

Love your red things...that little doll trunk is so sweet....blessings

Pink Roses and Teacups said...

Hi Sandy,

I am loving your new look for Halloween! Love this chair too. My grandma had one like that. the little trunk is so cute too!


Nan said...

Love the red doll trunk. I have three doll trunks all of them being out in the Fairy Cottage. Nan

Unknown said...

I love all the colors too...sweet case and all your goodies. i love your new blog look too.Mica

Wsprsweetly Of Cottages said...

This is interestng because I nearly showed my little red doll trunk for Rednesday...and at the last moment..changed my mind. Yours is adorable..and a real treasure!

Susan Freeman said...

I love that doll trunk ~ what a cutie! I will keep your family in my prayers.

Susan and Bentley

Unknown said...

Sandy, Thank goodness for Rednesdays! We know we will have a smile on that day that might just last a few more after. Before you know it, we are smiling every day! In my thoughts, Elizabeth

busyascanbe said...

I have the same stool just in yellow! I love that stool. The truck in darling! Always fun stopping by!

Hearts Turned said...

Good morning, Sandy! Sorry things are not going so well right now with your family...hope they get better very soon! I'll keep you in my prayers...

Love your beautiful reds today--I've got that very red chair/stool in my pantry--I love it! It is very vintage feeling--just perfect!

I hope this first day of October is a happy one for you...


Scrap for Joy said...

Hi Sandy~
I always have to laugh when someone shows something "vintage" on their blog and it's something I had when I was young. I had this very doll case for my "Ginny" and Madame Alexander dolls. Their dresses hung on little hangers on that bar that slid out. I don't know what happened to mine but I'm sure you love the red! I like your stepstool and oilcloth too. I always imagine your home as having a cheerful "glow" from all of the sunny colors.
I know it seems as though the sun is not shining for you right now but some how you will find the answers you seek. God will give you the strength to support you in these troubled times if you only ask and your friends will pray for that also. I hope you soon feel some peace.
In my thoughts and my heart...

Unknown said...

A great post. I remember my Grandma having one of those great red stools...that is where we all sat for haircuts. I like the idea of covering the seat in that great oil cloth.


Anonymous said...

Oh, I love the red trunk! So sweet! I can just picture it filled up with handmade doll clothes! I have the same stool. My kids bought it for me to use in my classroom. I sit on it quite often to teach. The kinder-kids love it!

genie said...

I think you did just great with your red collection. The dolly trunk is precious. I remember those from my childhood though I never had one. Also, did I see a Mary Engelbreit tea pot in the background of one of your photos? This was a very sweet post.

Teresa said...

107 degrees? Wow! I hope it cools down for you soon.
I love your October blog decor....very fun - the owl is my favorite!

Jeannies Bottle said...

I have a stool like that in turquoise, straight from the 1950s in great shape that I bought for $3 at a yard sale! I love it.


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