Sunday, 14 March 2010

Silver Sunday, I made it!!!


It's time for another Silver Sunday with Beth over at Gypsy Fish ..........
Hop over to see who is joining in the fun!
This is my silver...... alphabet noodle cutters, I use them to spell out the children's names when we make chicken soup and homemade noodles..... even though it is a lot of work, it is worth it!
These are the silver straws I purchased from Papermash....... so cute! I keep them in my Dutchman Dairy bottle......
My sweet little silver olive picks from my daughter Rhianon.........
A silvery gold bottle..... for the most beautiful bottles you need to see Beth's, they are simply gorgeous!!!!

40 comments:

Mayflower said...

Hello my dear Margaret, what a beautiful Silver post, the straws are so lovely and also the silver noodle-cutters are great, your grandchilderen are so lucky with a grandmother like you.
Have a nice sunday evening.
Lovely greetings, Mea

vintagesusie said...

What a Wonderful SILVER SUNDAY you have!!! Thanks for sharing friend.
Smiles,
Susie

Cape Cod Rambling Rose said...

Beautiful SILVER SUNDAY treasures! I particularly love your fancy bottle! =)

Elise said...

So you did ! LOVE the silver treasures. Hope you have a great week

Kathy @ Creative Home Expressions said...

Love the bottle; you've just reminded me that I bought a bottle that has a silver topper! Oh well, next Silver Sunday, I guess! Love the straws and olive picks, Margaret ~ I don't think I've ever seen those before.

Theresa @ 612Riverside said...

What a good mom you are to make homemade noodles and cut out your kids names! Your silver straws are so fun too! and ofcourse love the silver topper on your bottle...Theresa

MyLifesAStitch said...

Ohhh... look at all the lovelies! Thanks for the Eye Candy!!

Tallulah's Antique Closet said...

Great Treasures! Thanks for shareing, Julian

Charlene said...

Pretty! I haven't played Silver Sunday in ages!!!! I didn't realize she extended it. Guess it was so popular. Loved your bottle. Have a great week. Charlene

Jodie (everything vintage) said...

Love all of it Margaret!
Love your new header...ooooh la la....so Frenchy! ;)

I can't imagine having the patience to spell names out of pasta with those little things! However...give me some Play-doh and I could have a good time with them! haha

Hope you are having a wonderful Silver Sunday!

Andrea said...

Blessings,
andrea

Brynwood Needleworks said...

Love it all, Margaret! Every time I see someone else's photos, I'm reminded, "Oh, yes!!! I have something like that!" Just when I thought I'd have no more silver to share! Thanks for the inspiration, my friend.

Busy, busy, planning for tomorrow's celebration at Brynwood. Hope you'll don your party hat and come over for tea!

Happy Silver Sunday.
xoxo
Donna

Monica@The White Bench said...

Dear Margaret,
I have the TWIN doily as your own, in the last pic! It was my Granny's... I simply love those butterflies.
Love your silver bottle, I'd like to play Silver Sunday too, I have some treasures to share... maybe, sooner or later!
Hope you're better my friend.
Monicaxo.

Dee@FrenchBleuVintage said...

Very creative today ~ love it. Glad you made it today ~ Happy SS!

Diane said...

Great Silver Sunday post, Margaret. All your things are so beautiful and different, your vignettes are so beautifully styled. That's such a cute little alphabet, each letter spells memories to those grandchildren. Blessings, Diane

June said...

Margaret I'm lovin' your little silver cutters. Those would be so fun to have around.
I so enjoyed the post of your sweet little g-children and the aspiring violinist.
hugs

Sherrie said...

I love your posting today, but I have to say that I really love your banner.... the black and white images work so well. Just beautiful.

A Cottage Muse said...

Lovely treasures...lovely blog too!

Shirley said...

I bet the kids love having their names in the soup. It would be a way of getting them to eat it for sure. We baby sat our oldest two grandsons last night. Jake wasn't feeling good and Matt was going 90 miles a hour. His other grandpa had let him have a 20oz Mountain Dew. Way to much sugar. We still enjoyed the time we spent with them. Take care.

Lisa said...

Love your silver!! Your pictures are lovely! I love the song too! It's in You've Got Mail and makes me happy every time I hear it!
Hugs, Lisa

Inspired-Simplicity said...

Margaret,
I need some of those alphabet cutters. My Grandkids would love that. Thanks so much for being my first follower on my new blog.
Blessings,
Carolyn

Michelle (Shell) May said...

You and Donna always amaze me with things I have never seen before. Noodle cutters! Get out!

Marsha (Sassy Mini Dolls) said...

What a great SS post and treasures! Love the olive picks and the bottle!!

I'm with you, aren't Beth's altered bottles fab?

xx00
Marsha

Jane said...

I can't say that I have ever seen noodle cutters (of course I've never made homemade noodles either)...I guess I need to spend more time in the kitchen :-)
Great silver pieces.
Jane

Charlene said...

Aren't you the clever girl. IF I get to do it of course you will be in on the know. I had this little idea but, Anita told me someone did it last year so I have to find out if it is being done again. Don't want to step on any toes. HUGS sweet girl! How's your weather? Still cold? Charlene

Flora said...

Oh my so much lovlies to see!!!!
What a wonderful blog you have Margaret!!!
blessings,Flora

FrenchGardenHouse said...

Margaret, your cutters are the best kind of silver to have! Those that make sweet memories. Love them. xo Lidy

Candy said...

Homemade noodles...you rock!
Great sliver selections today.
Thanks for stopping by the other day, I'm a bit slow in visiting but been painting...come see what...
Cheers to another Canadian cutie!

Julie@beingRUBY said...

Hi Margaret
Love those silver noodle cutters.. how sweet and I imagine a lot of fun... Your b&w banner is fabulous.. 1st thing I noticed..Have a great week and thanks for stopping by xx Julie

Stephanie ~ Angelic Accents said...

Beautiful silvers you've shared. I have never seen silver straws!! Gotta love those!

Big TX Hugs,
Stephanie
Angelic Accents

Carrie said...

What a special treat -- the noodle cutters!

Thanks for vitsiting both blogs,
Carrie

Deb said...

You've got some wonderful silver things! I've never seen silver straws, but what a great way to display them.

The Lazy Peacock said...

wonderful silver pieces! those straws are so cute, i've never seen them before!

Jamie said...

What lovely silver treats! Wow...making their names in noodles, I bet they love that.
Thank you for adding my button!

Karyn Bernard (French Charming) said...

Hi Sweet Margaret,

Lovely silver treasures and I adore the silver straws...how charming!

Have a fabulous week!

Hugs,
Karyn

Lynn@ The Vintage Nest said...

LOL...I never heard of noodle cutters but I sure do love them! Happy belated Silver Sunday and I hope you have a wonderful week. ~ Lynn @ theVintageNest

Erna said...

Love the Dutchman's bottle hahahah
Hugs
The other Dutch Cow

Doreen said...

Such gorgeous thing...it's funny, I don't really have a lot of silver things but when I see them put together as you have them..they are beautiful!

Wishing you a lovely day,
Doreen

Blessedmom's Simple Home said...

Beautiful silver items. I've never seen noodle cutters like this before. What a wonderful, creative idea for Silver Sunday.
Have a great week.
Blessings,
Marcia

Jientje said...

I always enjoy seeing all your treasures, and I love the noodle cutters, what a lovely idea!