Sunday, May 15, 2011

Picnic Anyone Take Two


With the Blogger debacle I managed to loose this post but it is back with a  little extra. After I put together this summer picnic vignette, I found a great little vintage picnic cookbook in the drawer in the kitchen. It was left in the house when we bought it after my hubby's grandma passed away.



I thought it was perfect. I have put it out to enjoy for the summer season. Such cute graphics.








Love the vintage graphics on this cooler

14 comments:

laurie said...

thats a lovely display,, I love the Tam O' Shanter jug,, so cute.Is the table,, chest,, its displayed on,, a potters bench,, its lovely too, thankyou for sharing this

FABBY'S LIVING said...

I love this book, this things remind me of things when I was a little girl, back in the fiftees, (I'm vintage too, haha) The cooler is adorable! I love your display with all the lovely things, hon...thank you for sharing this!
Thank you for coming by and for the lovely and sweet comments.
Have a wonderful week.
FABBY

Scribbler said...

Me, too, Fabby! I have some old books like this -- I sometimes find one at an estate sale. I usually head for the books first, and often there are old home and garden books, long out of print.

The whole vignette is very pretty!

marty (A Stroll Thru Life) said...

Love your dry sink, it is such a beautiful piece and your vintage picnic items are fabulous. Great vignette. Hugs, Marty

Regina said...

hi
what a lovely cookbook and your display with all the wonderful things is lovely,too.great idea!!!
have a nice sunday,
love regina

PrimHearted said...

Wonderful summery vignette...I love it!

Corn in my Coffee-Pot said...

Wonderful little picnic vignette! I like the dry sink too. That little drink cooler is the greatest thing. I saw one of those at the thrift a few years back and was going to buy it but couldn't get it opened. I regretted not buying it. Such a cute display you have!
makes me want to picnic, Pat

CAS said...

Love this vignette. I remember those coolers, full of ice and usually ice tea or lemonade. I have a very old Betty Crocker & Better Homes & Gardens cookbooks from 1969, the year The Man and I got hitched. Brings back great memories.

I missed your previous post with your questions, so obviously I don't respond to every blogger on my follow list every day. I try to connect to all whose comments come through my email. That's just a really fast way to respond & acknowledge their comments. As for all the other blogs, & I like them all, I try to randomly respond to posts doing just a handful each day, if possible. You truly do have to figure out what works for you and the rest of your life.
~CAS

Handy Man, Crafty Woman said...

Oh my gosh, I love that cookbook! love the old graphics.

The Tablescaper said...

Such a fun little vignette. Love the Tam 'O Shanter jug! Thanks for being a part of Sesonal Sundays.

- The Tablescaper

carol ann said...

Love your vignette! So cute!

Happier Than a Pig in Mud said...

I'm ready for a picnic! Your vignette looks great-have fun:@)

Charlene said...

I found that same cookbook in a GoodWill store!! I love it! Glad I'm not the only one that likes old cookbooks!

Karen @ Goodbyecityhellosuburb said...

The images are cute- I have an old cookbook from my granmother but it is just chechered- I'd love it if you share this @ Workshop Wednesday! It would make a great addition to the party!

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