Sunday, April 17, 2011

Mellow Yellow Monday #117

Saw this snazzy yellow rolling pin at a flea market a while back.  Liked the yellow canisters as well, the C and T on the tins stand for Coffee and Tea.  Didn't end up buying any thing though.  Like ... what would I do with a rolling pin?


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Magical Mystical Teacher said...

Oh, you could use the rolling pin to clobber someone who was being obnoxious! LOL

Vhen said...

thanks for hosting..

DrowseyMonkey said...

MM Teacher - well that's just it, without a husband it would just sit in the cupboard ;)

Lily Hydrangea said...

I like your question, "Like... what would I do with a rolling pin?"
spoken like the classic modern woman.

Liz said...

Great shot.

Have a fabulous week!

Liz @ MLC

♥~Judy~♥ said...

Make biscuits, cookies or pie crust. Lovely yellows.

STEF said...

Those canisters are cute!

Jingle said...

Happy Mellow Yellow Monday.


gengen said...

Thanks for hosting....

Linnea said...

Nice mellow yellow color! I never use rolling pins. The dough always ends of sticking to them, so I only bake drop cookies!

Yannie said...

It's my first time to join the MYM... and I'm posting some pics of my birthday celebration yesterday.

Mylene said...

I like the canisters! Very cute.

Kay L. Davies said...

Rolling pins are only good for one thing - waving at husbands in order to put the fear of God into them.
Although, I seem to recall making pies in my dim and distant past.
Beautiful photo, though.
-- K

Kay, Alberta, Canada
An Unfittie's Guide to Adventurous Travel

anjoe playhouse said...

My husband is so wonderful, why I will use the rolling pin to make pizza and delicious cookies a.o. ;-)
Have a nice week!

Cildemer said...

You could use it to make some mellow yellow dough work;o)

Have a nice and happy week***

sweetmemoirs said...

happy MYM! :)

Mildred said...

Thanks for hosting this beautiful meme!
Happy day*

Rinkly Rimes said...

I've combined mine with another meme and it seems to work for both.Keep inspiring us.

Angie said...

Looks too good to USE!!! Nice one.

Sreisaat said...

Love the rolling pin! And I agree it is useful in so many ways :)
I'm a bit late today but still joining anyway. Have a great Monday!

Inside Cambodia

hip-chick said...

I love those yellow canisters. Rolling pins are always good for beating things with. ;)

SweetMemoirs said...

Happy MYM! :)

Mel Cole said...

I like your containers. The rolling pin matches the color too. :) Nice set.

anemonen said...

Thanks for hosting. Lovely photo! Happy yellow Easter!

Sara Chapman in Seattle, USA said...

Get your way in the kitchen?

I want that set!

My yellow daffs here:

Barbara Rosenzweig said...

Love your mellow yellow color coordinated containers!

srp said...

Oh, my... my potica bread would love to be rolled out by that pretty yellow pin!!! Was it one of those silicone rolling pins... those are the best. They flour easily and the dough doesn't stick so badly as it does on the old wooden kind. I do have an old wooden one with a broken handle that was my grandmothers's... I should get the handle fixed as it is useless as is, but just can't get rid of it because it was hers. I AM a sentimental fool.

Genie said...

I am proud of you. I did not fare so well this morning as I came home with an old quilt....NOT GOOD! Quilters just cannot resist old hand sewn quilts even if they do have stains and frayed edged to be repaired. Now the real work begins. My daughter-in-law would love to received the canisters and the rolling pen being that they are so 50’s looking.

Christine said...

Great collection of kitchen-oriented yellows. And great comeback to MMT! Made me laugh.

Hooked on Memes said...

My late MIL had a set of canisters like that. Happy Easter!

Grace-Life is Beautiful said...

Hi, I'm a day late, but I'd like to join in today.

That rolling pin sure is the talk.

I have some yellow enamelware pots that I bought at a yard sale, reminded me of the ones my grandmother had, white with blue rim pots and lids. But alas, haven't used them yet.

My garden haven said...

Colour-coordinated rolling pin and stuff on your shelf, how cute. I get that way with stuff in my kitchen too.

♥~Judy~♥ said...

I made an error in MR linky. It is entry no 26. Sorry! I accidentally left the wrong link.