Friday, September 10, 2010

autumn flea market



Soon flea market seasons will be over here ..
We did have a good vintage summer and we still have some car boats sales in the UK in October.


This weekend on BBC1 Merlin

Nila and I are looking for a snail cookie cutter, so if you know where to find one, let me know?

If you love baking, you love this blog

This weekend  marks the nine-year anniversary of 9/11 (it was and will always be a very sad day)

Have a good weekend anyway.

kay

12 comments:

nath said...

how about this one?

http://www.coppergifts.com/cookie-cutters/pc/Snail-Cookie-Cutter-p1766.htm

or this one

http://www.cakescookiesandcraftsshop.co.uk/acatalog/Snail-Cookie-Cutter.html

Anonymous said...

The sweet month of September will always have that bitter memory. It is very kind of you to mention it. Thank you, L

Daan said...

die eerste foto is geweldig!!
onze vakantie vorig jaar in de UK bezochten we ook een kofferbakkenrommelmarkt, heel leuk!!

geweldige bakblog!

vor jullie ook een fijn weekend!

Anonymous said...

saw some cookie cutters on german ebay! and they have also nice cookie cutters and other stuff http://www.bentoshop.de/index.php

Emma said...

Love the trays from that flea market!

and on a more sombre note, i'll always remember where i was on this day 9 years ago.

Knoopjes said...

Deze verkoopt een tuindierenset mét slak! http://www.kinderdiner.nl/contents/nl/p452_uitsteekvormen_tuinbeestjes.html
Leuk bakblog!

Fijne zondag nog!

Jen said...

These markets are sooo much fun!! I just wish I had more where I lived. I'd be at them every day!!

jane said...

and mad men started! yay!
xxx

Arctic Mum said...

The woman on the picture looks just like the one on mine from Tisvildeleje Market!?

Heidi said...

I love those flea market pics, all that pretty glass...

sean the prawn said...

So much fabulous glassware at those markets.

Viilhvile said...

Strange to think it's been nine years... the images still so vivid in my mind.
Your marked looks so much fun; wish I could go... too little markeds here in Norway.