Back in the 50’s, when she was a young housewife, my grandmother started a salt and pepper shaker collection. At one time she had over 100 pairs, ranging from animals, to kitchen appliances, to figurines. By the time I was born, most of her collection was in storage. When I was a teenager she allowed me to choose some pieces from her vintage salt and pepper shaker collection for the dollhouse I was building. (I had a fascination with miniatures even back then!) I was going through some of them the other day and discovered a toaster salt and pepper shaker set that will be just perfect for the 1940’s 18 inch doll kitchen display I am setting up. This antique toaster salt and pepper shaker is from the 50’s and 60’s. The toaster itself has the look of a chrome toaster. The lever actually works and pops up the … Continue reading
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Hi! I'm Jen - a mom of 2 little girls who love their American Girl Dolls. I have so much fun making all sorts of AG doll crafts with my daughters and started this blog to share what we have been creating. I hope you are inspired to make some doll crafts with that special little girl in your life!
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