Posts Tagged ‘cooking’

Amy’s Pick: Colonial Cook

Wednesday, October 12th, 2011
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Relive the magic of Thanksgiving heritage in colonial America. This image comes from a manufacturer’s label which features a woman in traditional colonial dress and a lovely border of flowers and fall squash. Be sure to click on the image first to see the full size image. Then right click (Mac: control+click) and “save to” your computer desktop or a folder of your choice. This process will ensure you get the best quality of the image.

With the warm, fall tones and seasonal flora, this image is perfect for autumn craft projects! We would love to see what you create. Send us images of your projects so that we may post them on our Facebook page. Please post your comments and feel free to email me your project images to cheryl@thevintageworkshop.com.

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Amy’s Pick: Women in Aprons

Monday, September 26th, 2011

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Fashion goes to work in Amy’s free pick of the day! This image features two trendy ladies sporting the “latest” in apron fashion from the 1950’s. Be sure to click on the image first to see the full size image. Then right click (Mac: control+click) and “save to” your computer desktop or a folder of your choice. This process will ensure you get the best quality of the image.

Try using today’s image as a decorative patch on one of Indygo Junction’s apron patterns or on a piece from the Koozie Kouture pattern. We would love to see what you create. Send us images of your projects so that we may post them on our Facebook page. Please post your comments and feel free to email me your project images to cheryl@thevintageworkshop.com.

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Amy’s Pick - Rolling Pin

Sunday, April 10th, 2011
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This image of a girl using a Rolling Pin is Amy’s Free Pick for the month.  Be sure to click on the image first to see the full size image. Then right click (Mac: control+click) and “save to” your computer desktop or a folder of your choice.  This process will ensure you get the best quality of the image.

 

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We used this image as bookplates for cookbooks. What would you use it for? Click on the image to find different ideas. We would love to see what creative projects you make using this image! Please post us your comments sharing your project ideas and feel free to email me your project images to cheryl@thevintageworkshop.com.

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