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March 19, 2008


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Seems like I've been stuck in all winter with poorly children and my crochet :D. Fairly new to your wonderful blog so now I'm enjoying going right back to the beginning of your blog for a bit of brightness and adult company! Thank you for sharing - I'd have given the tray a home too!


Had to let you know that I am now the proud owner of the exact same tray!! I was doing some tidying for my poorly grandma today and came across it in her cupboard and she said it could come home to stay with me! It's strange I had a vague memory when I first spotted your tray on here. ooooh the excitement when I opened that cupboard door.! Made my day xx


I had to comment on this even though I know that your post is over a year old, but I am a newcomer to your blog so still discovering some of your delights. My mum still has that tray and I always found it to be horribly dated and old fashioned, however, seeing it appear so many times throughout your blog makes me look at it in a very different way. She also has a very bright, orange tray in the same size although that one doesn't have any patterns on it.


The tray is lovely , i have some coasters with the same pattern !!

Sara x


As soon as I saw the tray it took me back to my childhood too, I'm sure we had the same one or a coffee set in the same pattern as I recognised it instantlly, there are so many things I'm noticing lately that do that including the new house, I think thats why I fell for it straight away as there lots of things decoration wise that were in my childhood home, does it mean it's a sign of gettig old..argh!!! Thanks for the post!! claire xx


thats a fantastic blue, you can never have too many trays!


I had to laugh, my Mum describes odd people as "doolally" tooo!

I love the tray and perfectly understand why it caught your eye.

Teresa Alber

Beautiful colors. It certainly does have a nostalgic look to it. Very lovely. I just love those kind of finds.

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