I hope the linky is working now. Come back over and link these lovely rolling pins to THT.I have my mom's rolling pin (we called it a dough roller!) she made many many biscuits with it during my childhood. I appreciate you linking up and don't forget to link back to the party post so your readers can go over and see more treasures.Rhonda
nothing says home better than a crockful of rolling pins,, you're very lucky to have so many,, I love the crock as well,,
I didn't realize there was such a difference in the handles of rolling pins. Makes a nice display in the crock!
Love all of your treasures and I love red and green also. Beautiful vignettes. Hugs, Marty
With all these vintage items, you should join us on Vintage Thingies Thursday.
Love all of your old rolling pins:@)
I'm with you and love red and green. Years ago I thought of those going together ONLY at Christmas but I love the look all year long. :) Great rolling pin collection....can you imagine all the pies and bisquits they've made?
I love your vignette featuring the Bunny Brand can.
You have a fabulous grouping of rolling pins! Red & green is one of my favorites too - especially when it comes to quilts!Thank you for sharing your wonderful treasures.
The rolling pins are amazing.....I'd love a collection like that.
I love your rolling pins. Isn't it funny how we keep gravitating to the same colors?
Haha! Red and green sound like things safe to be addicted to. :)
I just love the look of a collection of rolling pins. Have you gotten yours from ebay?
I love red and green kitchen things, too!!! That is a cute metal picnic basket!!!Mecky
Glad you got linked to THT. Love the red and white spattered coffee pot.Rhonda
I'm the same way - time and time again I go for yellow and red - I guess we each have our own colour setting!
Great metal basket and I, too, never knew that rolling pins came in such bright colors. Love how they look in the crock.~Jean
I haven't seen wooden rolling pins like that since I was a child. Thanks for the memories!COLOR DILEMMAYellow or red—which shall it be?Red for you and yellow for me?Perhaps you’d rather have yellow instead—Which leaves me, of course, with handfuls of red!Whichever hue you decide to choose,I’ll take the other—no one will lose!© 2011 by Magical Mystical TeacherFlag over USS Arizona
Yep...you sure do! Love it!
I love the bread-dough lid in the last photo! Too cute!
Hi Sunny Simple Life,I too, love red and green.I like them together as in all things Christmas. This year I'm not making Christmas decorations for my family as I have done for the 10+years and I'm finding it a challenge kicking the red and green habit.I especially like your rolling pins and the way you have displayed them.God BlessBarb from Australia
I love it all, but especially the picnic basket. It is great!
That's quite a lot of rolling pins! I've never seen them with colored handles but I love them! Much better than the usual all wood color ones :)
Charming displays! Red and green look great in your abode:)
What fun.... sprightly combinations. Enjoyed those rolling pins!
Love all the colors. What beautiful pictures, too!Mary
I love the old rolling pins!I am a red freak also, my kitchen is full of it!!!
After seeing your pictures (especially the rolling pins), I think I'm addicted too!=)
I think it all looks wonderful. My mom is currently doing a red and green kitchen. If she doesn't see this on her own (She enjoys looking at the Simple Pleasures party, I'll give her a head's up to come see.
Such lovely items and displays that make for a comfy, cozy home. Hope you are having a great day. Tammy
Red and green is wonderful! My favorite is the rolling pins.
I love the rolling pins and that red speckled pitcher!Vintage kitchen things bring back such great childhood memories for me :-)blessings..Trish
Come from alphabe-thursdays... where's the H in this? Just wondering if I'm just missing it or what.. LOL... they are great rolling pins:-)
As a friend, and only as a friend mind you, I am willing to help with this addiction. Please forward all the items pictured here and I will keep them away from you.It's a friend thing.Really.There is no lust in my heart for those wickedly cool collectibles you have...I mean...for those red and green addictive things.ha!Thanks for a cute link this week.A+
Two of my favorite colors.
What cheerful colors you have chosen to fall in love with!Smiles,The Joyful ThrifterP.s I am a yellow and green girl myself :)
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