Attempting to live a better story ... and scrapbooking it.
Oh, these are the prettiest tins. I imagine they are Greengate, or KK? I never seem to see anything this pretty here in California. I hopped around your blog a bit and see that you are a papercrafter. I just started myself this past year and love it. So many things you can do with paper. Happy Pink Day to you!hugs, Patti
How pretty Ruth! I just bought some Kath Kidston papers and I'm going to make some pairs of notebooks (the papers are double-sided!!). Love the tins - you wouldn't want to keep those in the cupboard... perfect to display in the kitchen or dining room. Of course, you will need to do some baking now, so you have yummy cakes to fill at least one tin! Enjoy your cakes!
Hve you filled them yet? Hope your headache is better now :-)
They are lovely, Ruth. And so is your photo! xo
My mum and grandmother had such pretty tins, (wonder where they are now) we don't use them much here anymore which is a shame. Seems everything is tupperware or something similar......love seeing this photo.......:-) Hugs
I love the new tins, they're so pretty. Are they a decent size?Love the colours :)
I thought of CK immediately - so soft and beautiful!Leann
Just lovely :) You don't even need to fill them they are excellent for simply looking at!
I thought of CK the moment I saw them. Are they? and what's in them?
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