Sunday, November 27, 2016

November CupboardScape

November always reminds me of the farmer's bounty.
With this month's CupboardScape,
I tried to encompass that.

Using some of my stone fruit, cotton and grasses.

I don't like using the flash on my camera,
however today is so overcast that I had to.
The stone fruit in the middle cubby are my latest.
Peaches on the ends and a kiwi in the middle.
(Still no watermelon to be had) 

The white stoneware pitcher is also a new one.

Stone grapes peeking in the back.

I found this awesome piggin butter churn
at our latest show.

Piggin is the term used for a handled wood piece.
See the wood handle in the back of the dasher.
The dasher is the plunger used to mix cream into butter.
It is unusual to find a piggin butter churn...
so you can imagine my glee when I spotted this.

Hope you enjoyed this month's CupboardScape.

Farmer's Bounty Blessings To All!


  1. Your cupboard space feels very warm and full of bounty. I love that new butter churn with it's patina. Nothing says home and simple pleasures like a beautiful old butter churn. Just think of all the butter made in it for fresh baked bread!


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