September 5, 2008

Show & Tell Friday - Giveaway Coming Soon!



It's Show & Tell time again! Be sure to visit Kelli for other participant's wonderful collections. This week, I am showing my collection of fun finds and passed down beauties that is now on display in my kitchen.


Many of these items were given to me by my wonderful mom. The sailor is a bank that a boy gave her when she was younger that was a gift from a bank for opening an account. He had a crush on mom, little did he know it would be given to her daughter from another man. The donkey was my grandma Betty's and I don't know the story behind the dog. The little cups were a treasure find. The mussie tussie was the first one I ever made for a Fun Friday Challenge at Etsy Cottage Style. I am very proud of her!


More wonderful finds and gifts from mom and grandma. I love all of these little treasures, most are salt and pepper shakers. When I look at them, they give my face a little grin and a happy jump to my heart.


The single mouse belonged to my grandmother. My mom and I found it in the top of my grandfather's barn among lots of old papers and so much dust we literally could not breath. But come on, we were treasure hunting and no one besides grandpa has been up there in years. I, found gold! The other beauties are more treasure finds during my adventures in antique shops.

Hope my lovelies gave your hearts a smile too. Be sure to check back soon for my second ever giveaway. I will be posting all of the juicy details in a couple of days!

Have a great weekend and thanks for visiting!

Rhonda...

8 comments:

nannykim said...

Neat way to display all of those nicky nackies!!

Anne Fannie said...

Hi Rhonda, what cute little treasures you have there! What a sweet way of displaying them on that tier!
Thanks for sharing!
Love, Ann

Carla said...

I love them on your pie stand! How smart! That way they can be seen from every angle! Very smart. The little things are quite the treasure!

diadsie said...

You have some sweet things and each has a story behind them. Awesome!

ceekay said...

Great idea to cluster the small items on the 3 tier holder. Very cute.

Penless Thoughts said...

Your lovelies are lovely and it's nice to hear the story behind many of them.
Susan

Kelli said...

What sweet little treasures you have...I love how you have them displayed, too!
~Kelli

Kathi~Lavender, Lace and Thyme said...

Beautiful heirlooms you have! You have a wonderful story for almost everyone :).

Have a wonderful day,
Kathi :)