Here are my dustcatchers. What do yours look like?
I want you to know I didn't buy any of these old tins. Every one of them resided in my mother's kitchen cabinets, and when she died and I cleaned out her house, I couldn't bear to part with something already so old!
I have probably shown you some of this stuff on Just Ask Judy. I can't remember. I started collecting carved wooden figures about 25 years ago. These make me smile. The bottle of Glyco-Thymoline is one I gave my mother back in the 70's. If you can find it (usually in health-food stores, or wherever they sell new-age remedies) it is the very best thing for mucous and post-nasal drip. Gargle with this stuff and you'll be amazed at what it can do. It's good for sunburn and a whole host of other things, too.
This old lady's eyes appear to be following you around the room. It sort of freaks me out, so she sits high on a shelf so I don't notice it so much.
After procrastinating for 10-12 years, I have decided that come January, I am removing that ugly old wallpaper, come hell or high water. Want to come and help?