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kitchen keepsake diary // oatmeal stoneware dishware collection // kitchen utensil and tablet holder // // flour shaking rolling pin // hot and cold soapstone handheld bowls // stoneware oil or vinegar dispenser // oval oak salt and pepper shakers // rolling mortar
been decluttering big time around our house, getting rid of all the things we
don’t use anymore or that we don’t even remember we have quite honestly. i’ll
soon be doing my kitchen because i know there are plenty of things in there
that are either tucked away in drawers or we just don’t use. as i eliminate and
try to figure out what we don’t need, i’m also realizing we are missing some
things that would be practical to have and a lot of the things i have added to
my “to get” list are right up above. it’s always nice to have pretty
things in the kitchen but when they’re incredibly practical too, it’s a total
with all the things for the kitchen uncommon goods has to offer, it’s hard to say no to
these beauties, especially things like the kitchen utensil and tablet holder and the beautiful oatmeal stoneware dishes. one of my
favorites from here is the kitchen keepsake diary. i’ve had mine for
about a year now and it holds all the recipes i’ve tried and loved. someday
i’ll pass it down to my daughters and they’ll be able to tell just how much it
was loved by all the food stains on the pages already!
goods not only has great household items but they have a wide variety of gift ideas
for all sorts of occasions including birthdays and anniversaries! plus valentine’s day is right
around the corner so you might as well check out what they have to offer that
special man or woman in your life as well!
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