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April 09, 2013



I found one with the lid intact a few months ago. It was for cottage cheese! Contents were empty thank goodness! I am amazed at how well they hold up. The best part was it was .25 cents on a half price day! So I got it for .13 cents! I'd never seen one before but I think they are so neat! Thanks for sharing yours...I may have a new collection going ;)


Too cute! Do you have any of the Dixie riddle cups from our childhood days??


You always seem to come up with the greatest things I've never seen before. I think you need to write a book about vintage graphics... these are adorable!!!


I love the idea of using them to add height to your displays. Maybe I will find myself a few at Farm Chicks. Well, that is unless you get to them first. Ha!


shirley hatfield

I need to get out more to the vintage sales...lol! I can't think of a better use for those cute cups than your pedestal idea. I look forward to seeing what you do with them...I am never disappointed. =D


I don't think I've seen these little cups they are sure cute and lucky you for finding them.


Those are darling. How lucky to find more in Texas.Hard to imagine that they would put ice cream or whatever in those and then toss them out :-0
That's what blows me away about vintage stuff with great graphics. Back when they were used and tossed. If we only knew what we know now about hoarding stuff LOL.
Like your idea about making lids for them.....Cute.
Thanks for sharing!

chris mckinley

Love the chicks riding a bike!! So sweet! chris


These are so sweet and the graphics are the cutest!! xo Heather


Laurie, Your bathroom IS coming along beautifully! I love that you chose an old style arrangement for the tiles in the bathroom enclave. A challenge, hmmm, loose puzzle pieces, planters, any new organizational tips.
Already can't wait to see the containers in your Easter creations. Glad you had fun in Texas! E


These are very cute! Great idea making them work as risers. I can only imagine what else you must have brought home. I hope you took a picture of the whole lot before you divided it up!


This is a great little collection and happy to get a first peek at the Texas loot!

Kim Kenward

They will become the perfect little pedestals. You find the neatest treasures.

Do you love him Loretta (Arda)

I'm a collector of junk, but you are a curator of fine kitch (in a very good way) vintiques! Thanks for sharing your collections! I love them all!


Those are so adorable!! I can't wait to see more of this collection in the future. I have a collection idea I don't think you've done yet. Show me your collection of baby/nursery themed figural planters!


Love those!!! The graphics are to cute!!

Sheryl Remy

I love, love, love these. I guess we didn't do very much in the way of dairy products best these are new to me. And the best part is no barcodes.


I have the yellow version with the chicks riding a bike. Never even dawned on me to use them as display stands! Thanks so much for the idea for next year!!

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