Also, it is a tiny little thing. Those walk in pantries that one might find in a suburban love nest? Not here. More like an octagon shaped cabinet with three shelves. Not a lot of room for two hungries who like to buy in bulk and eat at home. Our beloved food co-op has brought us much joy and also a few logistics issues. Namely where are we going to put all this stuff? Bless you, Pinterest, for this marvelous idea of putting wrought iron baskets on a kitchen wall to get potatoes off of my 1.5 sq ft of counter space.
Our final product:
Poor kitchen also needed a little pizzaz. It's been a long time since I've been on the crafty wagon but there was something about these letters that I just loved when I saw them on Pinterest. When I met Markus in college I wanted to own a pie shop one day. Something about these letters made me feel like if I had them, my kitchen would be my own little diner. After our day date last weekend, we rented a movie and Little Child and I were craft buddies. These were so easy and fun to make! The only trouble I ran into was towards the end of Father of the Bride Part II, the babies are born and I started uncontrollably sobbing with commercial-strength glue all over my hands. Thank you, Markus, for
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