I found the Pink Gooseberry beauties at an antique store that was having an open house sale. Both only cost me $7 and change! I have the 441 cinderella bowl that I convinced my grandma to let me have. I replaced the bowl with another that was not as lovely and also gave her $10 because that's what I'd have paid for it anywhere else.
I found the entire chip and dip set of the scroll bowl was in a tiny thrift store when I visited my dad. I left the 444 bowl because I already have it. The bowl cost me 50 cents and the owner GAVE ME THE BRACKET FOR FREE!!! Can you sense my excitement? I don't think I want to keep the set, but I do want the bracket for my Ivy chip and dip set.
I've used my 8x8 Butterfly baker nearly daily. I love this size. It is perfect for everything. I also wanted to share my awesome cookbook find. We cooked out of this cookbook as kids and I've tried to sneak it away from my mom for several years. She won't let me have hers, so I've searched relentlessly for years! I had given up on ever finding one, but a few months ago I found this reproduced copy at Goodwill. It is an exact replica of the original that we cooked from as kids! Did you get the opportunity to use this cookbook as you were younger? The cupcake cones are a favorite at our house.
I'll be back soon! You can find me here with my quilting and thrifting goodness!