Tuesday, February 10, 2009

Attic Treasures . . .

Sunday afternoon hubby & I
were digging around in the attic looking for treasures.
I had been wondering if I could find a special gift that
Grandma Ruby gave me for
Christmas in 1970.

Meet Ann & Andy!
Aren't they cute?!?
She made several of these for
her granddaughters that year.
They bring back many special memories . . .
Come back for more attic treasures tomorrow.

16 comments:

Patti said...

awww how precious!

bj said...

These are so precious. My mother made them for my two children...wonder where they are now?
Thanks for sharing...

Janene said...

Raggedy Ann and Andy are such classics...they always will be timeless!
You truly found a treasure!

Bo said...

Hi Carol...you betcha...I'll be back tomorrow to see what other treasures are in your attic! These are wonderful... ;-) Bo

prof en retraite said...

Hi Carol! These are treasures!! How wonderful!...Debbie

Shari said...

I just love Raggedy Ann and Andy, a natural I guess since I love everything red. How sweet to have two that your grandmother made for you!!

Darlene said...

Those are some great treasures you have in your attic!!!

Your beans and cornbread in your last post sound delicious! I LOVE them!!!♥

Barb said...

Carol, they are so sweet...just love them.

Elena said...

Those are so sweet. It makes me think of the Raggedy Ann that my mom made for my niece, her first grandchild:)

Ginger said...

Those are so cute. I think it's pretty neat that you saved them.
Ginger

Shellmo said...

They are in great condition and so sweet looking!

Sherry said...

How sweet! They look wonderful for their age. Do you think they would mind sharing their secret? ;)

laurie @ bargain hunting said...

Oh they are SO cute! And I love the little "I love you" on her apron. What a special keepsake. laurie

Holly said...

Aww! Those are so cute! What an awesome thing to find!

bennie and patsy said...

They are so cute, I love attic treasures. My mother's was full of them.
Patsy

Nancy said...

Carol, they are so precious! How wonderful taht you have them! Nancy