It's time to have a kitchen towel swap.
Everyone post what their kitchen them is or the colors of their kitchen so your buddy knows what to look for.
Try to keep it in the range of $ 20.00.
Keep your buddy a secret.
I will take sign ups until September 18.
Last day to mail out is Oct.1.
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CLOSED: Kitchen towel swap.
It's time to have a kitchen towel swap.
I here! I here! Willing to come out of a/c Fer this one!
I beez as fine as a cool cup of wine! How yalol doing?
Doing pretty good. Waiting on Dr. to call for hip replacement date.
Ouch, tatters! Kin ya make one for me, too. We kin recoup together. But wait...don't need hip! Need both knees, back and heart! Never mind..I keep what I got! ...and keep you in my prayers.
I have had one knee done. And back surgery. Next on the list is my hip.
I can sew some.. sign me up sista.
I am sure the truck will be fixed before mail out date :(
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Would love to sign up! Decorate my kitchen with beautiful vintage towels. I finally have my antiques around my kitchen! Are we sending just towels or can we send other things? Thanks
Great! I love kitchen trivets and antique kitchen utensils and gadgets.
Long time...no hear from, heaven! Hope you are fine? Of course, a big howdy to everyone else. I still have coffee cups theme in me kitchen. Kin somebody out there suggest sum thinget diff?
Jax, my daughter did her kitchen in an Italian winery theme!
I love that idea! Would love having wine bottles around me!
Her kitchen looks really cool! Very different. She needed a table and chairs, so I bought her a bistro set for her birthday. The dollar store had kitchen towels, placemats, oven mitts, and pot holders that matched her theme, so I stocked her up! Also bought her a oil and vinegar set that had the pourable stoppers. She loved all of it!
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Jax, I had been going through a new phase without any help from wine. nor Bailey's.
Feeling much better now, since I found Creme de Cassis, and started adding Bailey's to coffee!!
Jaye, I have to look that up. I have never heard of it.
I love Baileys in coffee, and on ice cream!
My sister had sent me a bottle, and I like it much more than the orange liquer. You could get one in liquour stores here. It's made with dark black currants.
I bought a bottle of orange wine at a winery in TN. It is delicious!
my kitchen is grey and white. haven't gotten around to a theme yet
My kitchen is neutral colors, but I like garden themes. Butterflies, birds, hummingbirds, flowers...
Ok so I need something to cheer me up and my mind on something else. Please sign me up. My kitchen is yellow and blue
Kathy, sending you love and prayers! ♥ Yellow and blue will brighten your day!
Hey Kathy. Glad you joined us. I love those colors.
My kitchen has cats all over.. real live cats!!
They love to redecorate "their" kitchen, so anything will do.
Creme DE cassis, huh? Our little two bit liquor store never heard of it. So I off to the big city to find it!
Black Currant syrup is a good substitute. Available at Amazon:
Sonoma Syrup Co. - Sonoma, CA
Acai Black Currant Superfruit Syrup
Handcrafted in small batches in Sonoma and lightly sweetened with pure cane sugar
Use for Ice Cream, Yogurt or a signature cocktail
With Jax, she'd have to pour some Vodka in it Carole!!!
The ABC store here had bottles hid way in the back, as they're not popular. The bottles were dusty, and he gave me a good discount!
Back home, us kids were treated to Ribena only for the Malay new year. A blackcurrant syrup. No refrigeration then, tepid water was used. Then when grandad bought our first fridge, we couldn't wait for ice! Oh that was such a pleasure, drinking iced cold diluted Ribena.
That tradition stopped when carbonated drinks became a fad.
Susie has a seed swap going. Check it out.