Thursday, March 11, 2010

H is for Home Sweet Home!



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I'm happy to announce the winner of the VINTAGE COOKBOOK GIVEAWAY (on my Charming Vintage Recipes blog) is Julie of A Vintage Chic! Congratulations Julie and a huge thank you to all who entered! Many thanks for your continuing interest and support!

Remember...a FREE 50'S RECIPE is posted every day on my other blog:
Charming Vintage Recipes! Everyone is welcome!

23 comments:

  1. I love the image for today.. it reminds me of an old country sampler...Isnt' home wonderful?!

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  2. Good Morning Coralie Sweetie...
    Oh I love this letter H is for Home. How beautiful that is. There is no place like Home. Home is where the Heart is. Take me Home Country Road.

    Oh yes, I love this one. Thank you for sharing and reminding me this letter. What a special one. Also H is for my daughter Heidi.

    Say hello to sweet Bonnie and Carrie for me. Remind that they are so loved in Phoenix. Hope sweet pea is doing better with each day. She is in my prayers. We so love our critters.

    Have a beautiful day sweet Coralie. Country hugs and so much love...Sherry

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  3. Hello Coralie,
    I love the image of the home, it has everything that I love, the gazebo, the quilts lining the picket fence, flowers.....so lovely.

    I like your Spring header too.

    hugs
    Sissie

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  4. I know Julie is going to love her new cookbook. I just love that litlle house and picket fence. Could I please just move ink?

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  5. Congrats to the winner!
    And kudos on your pick for "H"! The gazebo, garden and quilts have me totally captivated!

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  6. Wow...that is a wonderful prize, how sweet.
    Home sweet home indeed.

    Happy Thursday!

    hugs

    shakira

    HOPE FOR GREAT LAKES NOW!

    THEME THURSDAY-HATS

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  7. Oh, my, I love that image! The quilts on display on the fence remind me of a townhouse where I once lived. While it was not a cottage, I did my best to create a cottage within, and one way I accomplished this was by hanging quilts over the loft railing. You could see them from below, and they acted sort of like a privacy screen.

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  8. What a picture perfect home, I think we would all love to live there!
    ~Maggie~

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  9. Home....such a sweet word! And I adore your pic today. Just look at those beautiful quilts hanging there on the fence and the gorgeous spring blooms everywhere! You can almost smell their lovely aromas! :)

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  10. Your picture is beautiful and it does look like home. There's something about flowers and quilts that give me such warm feelings. And, congratulations Julie!

    Sherry @ A Happy Valentine

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  11. What a sweet image. It reminds me a little of one by Harry Wysocki. I also love your new header.

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  12. G'morn Coralie ~ Congrats to the lucky winner of your giveaway ...

    Love your picture & home write ... nothing like home, ever!
    Happy St Patrick's Day
    Have a lovely weekend.
    TTFN ~Marydon

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  13. What a nice image...home sweet home...perfect for the letter H!

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  14. Lovely picture. Makes me want to go and visit.

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  15. I've nominated you for a Sunshine Award!

    http://sallyleebythesea.blogspot.com/2010/03/sunshine-award-acceptance-nominations.html

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  16. I love the picture in this post and I adore the ones along the side! I just love old pictures like those. And old recipes - I fully intend to visit your other blog!

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  17. Lovely and so sweet. I adore the B&W photos of your family. Such a sweet post!

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  18. I love the quilts on the fence.....what a pretty print! Happy Alphabe Thursday.....

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  19. Lovely illustration with those quilts hanging on the fence. Great old photos on your sidebar.

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  20. what a heartwarming image!

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  21. Beautiful image, and a great choice for H. Wouldn't that be a dreamy place to come home to? Kathy

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  22. Beautiful, lovely, homey and restful image. I am ready to move in!

    Thank you Coralie for this spot of beauty and peace in my chaotic morning!

    A+

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