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May 02, 2012


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Beautiful Paulette!!
I have my grandmother's cabinet, it's probably about 60-70 years old, and I adore it..
enjoy your cabinet!!!



Oh nice! I think you use your cabinet in just the right way. Love it!


I think they would be very pleased. It looks absolutely beautiful!


It looks like it was always meant to is the perfect fit for the rest of your beautiful home..LLLY

Cathy B

It's beautiful!

♥ marylin ♥

Absolument beautiful !!
have a good day

bisous de FRANCE


Hi :-)
I've stitched your Salem Hornbook...
thanks so much to have created a so lovely pattern....
Your patterns are ALWAYS fantastic... the next in my list is Elizabeth I
have a lovely day :-)))

joann tx

I'm sure all your grand parents would marvel at how you have put this beautiful piece of furniture to work for you.

love how you've decorated the inside!

Great job!!!

Ginny Smith

To me, the most wonderful thing is that not only you have a most precious family heirloom, but that you get to share your love of it with the world. I'm sure your grandparents are smiling from heaven above with love.


It looks beautiful, and it does not matter that there is no china in it. I love the bunny figures, they are adorable.

karren hubrich

No better use for a china cabinet. I love the pictures you took of the figurines and things in the cabinet. You have inspired me to try it with my collector dolls....but first I need to clean the cabinets. dust will always find a way in to the top shelf.


Gorgeous!!!!! I love how sentimental it is to have it too :-).


Paulette, your grandmother would love this post and especially love how you use her cabinet to hold your treasures!

I've always loved Beedie's Garden!


She never imagined how much you would cherish her 'old thing' did she? You didn't mention, but I see in the background a precious little poodle, don't I?


I love it and the way you decorated it. I also love the bunnies. You grandmother was beautiful

Lighted corner curio cabinets

Old people really done a great job by collecting these precious treasure. Specially I love the little Dutch shoes. They are too cute.

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