Wednesday, May 20, 2009

Zippidy Do Dah ~

Zippers for Sale ~ My Mother-in-Law has organized her zipper stash...241 zippers to be exact...some short, some 10-14"; and some 16-22".





Some nylon...some metal. Some new...some used. Lots of colors. All at a bargain price. Just contact me or watch for them in my Natalie's Notions Etsy Shop.
At home here, college daughter treats us to another home cooked dinner...Hot Sauce Chicken with Green Beans and Couscous.

Jake's online course started yesterday, so he has been reading and studying...




With five days of school left, Lucy and I continue to calculate grades.

13 comments:

MSM said...

I saw a really cute purse made entirely out of zippers.... if you don't sell your stash.

Dinner sounds delicious!

Carol said...

That's a ton of zippers! What kinds of things did she sew!

MSM, that purse sounds interesting.

Suzanne said...

This is such a busy time of year for teachers. I hope you're taking your vitamins! Dinner sounds delish!

Waterstone Jewelry said...

Good gosh that's a ton of zippers. I like the purse idea from MSM! Fun!

Laura Trevey said...

Have a great weekend to you!

xo Laura

Linda / Behind My Red Door said...

Thanks so much for stopping by!

How sweet the grown kids are cooking for you! The end of the school year was always so busy for me too. Enjoy the summer break!

hugs, Linda

Pam said...

Thank goodness you have Lucy's help with all those grades!

Shauna said...

Hope you have a super weekend!
♥ HUGS ♥

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~Woods Olde Homestead~ said...

Wow that is a lot of zippers...
Just wanted to stop in and say hi and thanks for stopping by my place...hope
you and your family have a great weekend...
Blessings...
Tonja

Needled Mom said...

Now that's a lot of zippers!!!

Grandma J said...

All those zippers sparked my guilt meter!

My grandmother used to take zippers out of all clothing that was no longer salvagable, and she would call me and ask for all my old zippers.

She was a wonderful seamstress, and if she needed a zipper that she didn't have in her vast collection, she'd go to the Goodwill to find it.

Robin Maria Pedrero said...

the photos of the zippers are so colorful and fun!