Happy Monday! Hope your weekend was lovely!
If you missed last Monday's recipe, I will be sharing a vintage recipe each Monday with you as the holidays are approaching. The vintage recipe today is for an Apple Brown Betty. Yummy! A perfect fall dessert and very simple to make! I could eat some right now with a cup of tea! If you get a chance to make it, let me know how you liked it!
Today was a lucky day at a couple thrift stores with some sweet Christmas treasures. These adorable snowmen and Santa felt ornaments are the cutest! I am not sure how old they are and they look handmade, but are labeled "made in Japan". Any ideas?
These two were in a huge pile of Christmas ornaments, and I thought they were so fun! Love the plastic edging!
And, when I saw this box of Shiny Brites, with all the ornaments scattered, I was so excited!
Some fun packaging goodies and bottle brush wreaths.
Another full box Shiny Brites and Holly ornaments! My collection is finally growing, but now I need to find a larger tinsel tree to put them all on! ;)
Some pretty blue floral fabric, and crocheted hangers ready for a makeover. Today was definitely a good day for treasures! Have you found any sweet treasures?
Wishing you all a wonderful and creative week!
Let's all be keeping those on the East Coast impacted by Hurricane Sandy in our prayers!!