Wednesday, March 2, 2011

Happy Rednesday!

We can't believe it is already Wednesday!  This week is going by so fast...Here's what we have to share this week for Rednesday...

A rooster that Grandmom Betty painted in ceramics...


















Grandmom Betty also crocheted these dishcloths for us!  These dishcloths are the best!










Visit Sue over at It's A Very Cherry World for more Rednesday fun!
P.S.  We  have been working on getting our giveaway together.  Next week we will be posting it so don't forget to check back.  : )
~Laura and Michele

10 comments:

craftyles said...

Is your rooster a cookie jar? I have a cookie jar that my Great Aunt Ruth made in ceramics that looks alot like yours. Happy Reds!

Gen said...

Grandmom Betty did a good job making the dishcloth...Happy Rednesday...

mine is here

Shanae Branham said...

Cute table cloths. I am glad I stopped by for happy Rednesday! By the way, I have a contest giveaway on my blog you might find fun. Take a look. My blog is devoted to getting people to see "failure" as a setback along the road to success. triumphandtears.blogspot.com

delia hornbook said...

;-))) Im loving that Rooster he made me smile ;-)) enjoy the rest of your week, dee x

Leah said...

I love these types of dishcloths. I found a bunch of new ones at a thrift store with price tags. Think they may have been made for a church bazaar and then donated when not sold. You are right ... they are the best. :)

Bonnie said...

yes, those are the best kind of dish cloths...I love them cause they are strong and work so well!

~~Carol~~ said...

I agree, the handmade dishcloths are the best! Love Grandma's rooster too!

Bee happy said...

I love the cloths, my mum in law told me when she was little at school they would make cloths like this :)

Bee happy x
Have a delicious day!

SueLovesCherries said...

What a cute rooster - very well painted, too! I love the tractor and wagon in your header, what a great idea!

Never commented last week, but I love those plates and mug! I'll have to see what my Home Goods has!

Magical Mystical Teacher said...

A little splash of red adds dash and flair to most anything, including turkeys and dishcloths!

RED FOR A RUSH

O what would we do without red?
“I just can’t imagine,” she said.
“Vermilion and pink
Are colors, I think,
That make the blood rush to my head.”


© 2011 by Magical Mystical Teacher

Lady Fantasy in Red