Sunday, December 7, 2008

SEVENTH INNING STRETCH....







On the Seventh day of Christmas the chippys gave to me



SEVEN VINTAGE QUILTS



six ironstone platters



FIVE Junk Neck-la-ces



four branding irons



three legged stool



two butter pats



& a



BABY HEAD IN A FIR TREE!



7 comments:

Sweet Repose said...

Everytime I look at your 'profile' photo, it just cracks me up...Lauri with that sweet adoring, yet mischievous smile...and then there's Lu..................this lil' box isn't big enough...good luck Lauri...love you girls!!! but pat on...
nut

lulu Redstar & Lauri Evans said...

Do I have to come out to Iowa and straighten you out, too? WHy am I Enemy #1? What have I, Sweet little ol lulu redstar,done to deserve such bad press????
really nut.
ox

Moonlight Hollow Musings said...

This Junior Ranger sends thanks to whichever one of you is breaking down...is ready to help me solve the 12 Days of Christmas mystery. Here is what my eagle eyes detected today. Pieces...swirling pieces...pieces patched together. Wow! There it is! Only one quilt is highlighted...and it has flowers! Why, I ask? And then my informant gives me the much needed detail...in the first picture...in the background...a window with the word "garden". Flowers, garden. What will my metal detector find there? Hmmmmm.

Sweet Repose said...

Bring it on chump...can't wait to meet a fellow fruitloop...that's a compliment...right?...what happens in Iowa stays in Iowa...thank God!

debi said...

Hey ladies!
Cute posts! Also, wanted to let you know that I have finally gotten a chance to "link" into my blog as I promised. :)

Have a fun week! xo...deb

The English Cottage Collection said...

Lulu-don't want to rub salt in your wound or make you cry... buuuuut the dental cabinet would make a pretty awesome tabernacle for butter pats, uh huh?? Or-would I rather put a dead animal in it like Texas woman?? LOL!
~Debra

trash talk said...

I think you all and me all are like your quilts-patched and crazy. Keep 'em coming. I'm totally digging this. Tn'T

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