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Wednesday, November 3, 2010

My Kitchen Stove From The 50's






 Stove From The 50's

Hi all my crafty friends.  Just thought I would take a minute and share a project with you that was sooo much fun.  I had an idea that I wanted to make a 50's era looking stove and came up with this pattern.  As you can see from the top photo I made each piece as I went along.   The pattern is from a memory I had of my grandmother's stove and let me tell you, some mighty good cooking came from that stove.  
The actual stove I made is about 8" x 10".  A nice size for display purposes.  The stove contains a clock, dials, handles, metal grid, hot plates, drawers, and an oven with window.  The pots, canisters and hanging towels are from stickers - Cookbookin'.  It helps to add a certain amount of authenticity to the project.
I hope you enjoy looking at the stove and if you would like a pattern, just let me know and I will share with you.
Thanks for looking and happy scrappin'.
Sandra






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4 comments:

fairyrocks said...

Love your stove, You are so creative Sandra !!!

Slyn11 said...

That is so awesome. Your creative engineering never ceases to amaze me.

Susan Vilar said...

Oh, Sandra!!!

I LOVE the stove! It reminds me so much of my Mom's stove as I was growing up. Can't want to show her!! :)

TropicLuv said...

WOW Sandra, what amazing details you have on this project!!! Just fantastic! Your creations are beautiful! I am a new design team member and I really look forward to seeing the great things you design! They are sure to be great! I have an Aunt who lives in Canadaigua. I spent a lot of time on that lake as a child, such a beautiful place - and very COLD right now. Aloha, Joanne