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April 19, 2011



Thanks for making my day again Laurie.I'm not going to go on and on about how much inspiration you've given me to haul more of my "stuff" out now.
So much fun to see your collections first thing in the morning!
Thank you :-)

Carol @ Old Glory Cottage

If I ever see some old dye boxes at sales, they're coming home with me, because I have so many happy memories of dying Easter eggs! My favorite memory is of dumping all of the leftover dye on the snowbanks outside. So pretty! Seems like alot of your collections bring back happy childhood memories for me, and probably for you too!


We always made marbelized eggs at my Grandma's house. You dropped the colors into a big bowl of water and then swirled the eggs through them! Fun collections as usual :)

Kim K.

What a glorious collection. The graphics are just delightful. I will be visiting this post over and over. Happy Tuesday!


You learn something new every day - all this time, I thought PAAS was the only manufacturer of Easter egg dye.


Well, I do not have a vintage dye box collection, but I do have a vintage dye envelope that you do not have! Oh, what should I do with it???????


Cute, cute! I just love this stuff. I think I'll take photos of some of my stuff for tomorrow.


Oooh, the marbelized eggs. I remember how wonderful those looked. It used to be so much fun to dye eggs... er, I mean it was so much fun to see how the Easter Bunny decorated the eggs each year.
Have a Happy Easter, Laurie.


What fun! I don't ever remember dyeing eggs when I was little. Must have been that third kid syndrome.

No challenge for you today but what about some ideas on filling Easter baskets with goodies that you have used or will use for family or friends?

My Vintage Mending

Easter is a holiday I rarely seem to find at sales. These are lovely. I love how you lined them up on the buffet. That prescription sign is fabulous. How's the rug going?

Into Vintage

Easter seems like the cutest of the holidays with all those baby animals running around in their Easter bonnets and tuxedo jackets! Your egg coloring kits brought back some memories -- I did a lot of that as a kid. :-)

PS Barbara cracks me up.


All those vintage duckys are SO sweet!! You are so fortunate to find them :)


Another fun collection Laurie,thanks for sharing. I'll add that to my list of stuff to look for at estate sales!


Hi Laurie,
What a great collection! I always
loved to dye Easter eggs when I
was little (still do too). : )
I have a few of the older PAAS
coloring kits and now I have to
go and search for them. I forgot
about them until I read your
post. Love the collection on your cabinet too.

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