Look closely… see the print on the insulator? It’s my name!!! The story that was passed around in my husband’s family was that one of his great-great-great-great… grandfathers owned the company that made the glass insulators. And that he lost it in a card game. Not sure how much of that story is true but it was always fun to talk about when the family got together. Even if it’s not true we have fun looking for these at antique shops. Let me know if you ever see TATUM on an old bottle. I’d love to have one. So far I just have a few insulators.
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Vintage Camper Coasters with Small Stencils
Walnut Hollow is featuring my coaster project over on their blog today. Visit them to see how I made these coasters with some small stencils. They’re so cute I hated to set glasses on all of them so I propped this one up on a vase of daffodils.
I thought they looked very spring-y together.
BTW, I found the insulator at an antique mall in Roseville and the napkin, vintage aluminum cup, and white pitcher at thrift stores. The tray I made myself with things I found at a thrift store! Gotta love thrifting!!!
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Hope you enjoy my project. Thanks for reading!
‘Til the next project,