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Sunday, June 10, 2012

Simple Tea Towel


Hi, I'm so glad you have come by.
I hope your week has started out well.
I want to show you a simple little tea-towel today.
This tea towel is simple but very, very special to me.
Little Miss B made this, she is my grand-daughter and she's eight years old. She has been learning to do needle work and I have to say that she is better than I am already.

 
Aren't the little canisters adorable?
My daughter knows I love anything that looks the least bit vintage.


It's perfect for my kitchen, don't you think?
When she gave it to me, she told me, "Now grandma, this is not to be used, it's meant to be hung up to look at, not to be used, okay?" I had to laugh! She's so funny! 
She's a girl after my own heart.



Little Miss B

I'm joining a brand new blog party over at Sunny Simple Life. Check it out!
Thanks for coming by and leaving a sweet comment!

Hugs, Cindy

38 comments:

BEACH BUNGALOW said...

Adorable!

S
xo

camp and cottage living said...

Cindy
Little Miss B did such a good job!
How sweet of her to think of her g'ma.

podso said...

Perfect gift for you! I love her comment. So nice she is learning to do this.

ℳartina @ Northern Nesting said...

Cindy what a beautiful tea towel and what a little cutie Miss B is!

Angie@Echoes of Laughter said...

I love it Cindy! Your little granddaughter did an amazing job! How cute that she made it for you! Angie xo

Shelia said...

Hi Cindy! OH, what a darling tea towel and your little granddaughter did such a fantastic job! She's so young and just a little beauty. I know this is a very special gift!
Be a sweetie,
Shelia ;)

❁Velma ~Down Our Country Road❁ said...

How absolutely precious! We are usually creating keepsakes for the younger ones in our lives and you've got a granddaughter creating one for you! I love it.
Sunny Simple Life is one of my favorite blogs, too. I've been a little MIA for the last few weeks, so I'll have to check out her new party!

Corn in my Coffee-Pot said...

How precious that your lil miss B-- is learning to do needle point. She did a fantastic job. I think they are lovely to look at and the added bonus is that they are made with such love...(and instruction not to use them.) :)

Pat

Pondside said...

What a sweetie! She did an excellent job. Of course it's for display!

Shannon @ Cozy Home Scenes said...

Little Miss B's instructions cracked me up! I'm sure you wouldn't have used it even if she told you to. The towel really does brighten up your kitchen and she did a great job on it. I used to embroider too and even bought thread to start again, but haven't had the time to pick up that hobby again. Have a great Monday Cindy.

Suffia said...

Such a sweet gift. It looks perfect for your kitchen.

Rebecca said...

What a TREASURE! Three-in-one really: the child, the verbal instruction, and the well-crafted towel!

oldthings said...

Dear Cindy
A nice gift from a lovely little girl !Your joy is double !
Have a wonderful week
olympia

Tanna at The Brick Street Bungalow said...

Oh, Cindy. That just melts my heart! Miss B's stitching is so beautiful... what a treasure she made for you! blessings ~ tanna

Sheila said...

Cindy - you will always treasure that tea towel. What a darling girl your granddaughter is! And back to FGP...what school were you going to? I "took" my Gr 6 class there.

nannykim said...

This is splendid--I love it!! So great that she is learning this at such a young age. It is funny about not using it....I have often struggled with that issue with certain items!

Elaine @ Sunny Simple Life said...

That is absolutely adorable and I cannot believe how that little sweetheart did such a wonderful job. And I love how she wants to make sure you don't soil it. Thanks so much for coming over and linking up. Have a wonderful week.

Linda @ A La Carte said...

The towel is sooooo cute! Love that it's just to look at Grandma!

Cheapchick said...

Wow, she did a great job and so nice that it is something you can display. Found you from Sunny Simple Sundays Linky Party.

Ana said...

Such a sweet and special gift. And it does go perfect in your kitchen. Love it.

Much love,
♥Ana

Gail @ Faithfulness Farm said...

What a TREASURE!! Neither of my daughters have caught their Momma's embroidery bug -- maybe someday I'll get a granddaughter who will :)

Blessings!
Gail

Buttercup said...

How sweet! Little Miss B did a great job.

Pamela Gordon said...

Little Miss B is a sweetheart to make something for her Grammie. Adorable teatowel! Hugs, Pam

PAT said...

Cindy, Miss B did amazing work on the towel. It's beautiful!

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rosarod said...

Hi Cindy, your kitchen always liked, and this detail you've added your beloved granddaughter coming, has given a warm touch! hugs, Rose m

Gail said...

Cindy, what a sweet gift and a treasure to keep forever! Your granddaughter is precious!! Hope you have a wonderful day, Gail

Kathy A Delightsome Life said...

Awe! That brought a lump to my throat! Too, too precious! What a wonderful thing for her to learn and to accomplish at a young age! Love it!
Kathy

Pat @ Mille Fiori Favoriti said...

Your new tea towel is beautiful and all the more special because your grand daughter made it. She did a fantastic job embroidering the pretty image.

Linda @ Itsy Bits And Pieces said...

How very sweet...I'd love to receive such a special gift!

RicKaren said...

What a great job she did! It looks perfect in your kitchen!

Vintage Home said...

Oh sweet child...what a wonderful job she did!
I am so happy she made it for you and that she "gets" her gramma!
Your kitchen is so pretty!
Thanks for dropping by and leaving your sweet comment!

Vintage Home said...

Oh sweet child...what a wonderful job she did!
I am so happy she made it for you and that she "gets" her gramma!
Your kitchen is so pretty!
Thanks for dropping by and leaving your sweet comment!

Vintage Home said...

p.s. I love your back splash! Is that bead board or????

Diane said...

Great job by your granddaughter! And how cute to tell you it's not to be used! Priceless! And thanks for the comment on my blog! Smiles!!

Bluebells and Lavender said...

Hi Cindy, it's always lovely to receive a gift which is handmade by someone very special.... (apologies if you received an email from my account asking for funds! My google and email account were hijacked last night! It's taken hours to retrieve and repair the info but it is now secure, unfortunately though I have lost my contact list to the hackers. Please beware! )
Have a lovely weekend. Sharon x

Vintage Home said...

Hi Cindy...me again...what finish do you have on the beadbord?....Colleen

Susan in SC said...

Little Miss B is a very talented young lady! Great job!