Any other Sublime fans out there? No?
Well then, moving on to the point of the post! What I got! (looooving you, is what I got… la la la)
In my last post I mentioned that Erin had brought me a boat load of goodies. And while you all were excited and encouraging about Vintage KC Magazine, you were also curious about my loot. Which is why we’re bloggy besties. We understand and encourage each other’s hoarding tendencies.
I heart you.
My brain exploded when she sat this down on the counter. So much so, that I didn’t even realize that the entire thing was meant for me – vintage magazine rack/goodie container included. Score!
One of the things I was most excited to get my mits on was a hard copy of her magazine!
It is soooo goooood.
Next was a sweet bowl and saucer I actually won on a giveaway she had on her blog!
The turquoise couldn’t have been more perfect, as it matches several other accessories I’ve got in the kitchen.
I nearly cried when I pulled this out.
My sweet grandpa used to love to do wood working, and he made several varieties of this little guy. My grandma would paint cute faces on them and they would sell them at local craft shows, or help kids at our church make them in VBS. This is Junior’s new
piggy dinosaur bank.
I grew up with Erin’s husband, who is a real life rock star, and to this day he is probably the most talented and creative individual I’ve ever met in my life. He made this.
It was featured in the magazine, and now it graces the door above our dining room. What a perfect daily reminder of what’s most important to us!
I squeaked when I found this guy.
A buffalo! Erin said, “Wait till you see what his name is!”
A buffalo named Roam! I died.
Next was this sweet little bowl that she just thought I would like.
And she was right! It’s in my kitchen as I type this.
And last, but certainly not least, check out this set of napkins!
It’s like the girl is psychic, because I had just told D that I’d like to get a Navajo rug for the living room in these same colors and similar pattern.
I’ve been folding, re-folding, and petting these a lot. I know they’re napkins, but the idea of wiping BBQ sauce on them doesn’t sit well with me. Methinks they’re worthy of display somehow.
Erin, I can’t thank you enough!
Any suggestions for the napkins?