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  1. STOP IT!!!! That’s CRAZY!!! I love the color of those dishes Lora…they are so pretty!!! What a deal you got on those! This is a super fun post. I LOVE all of your ideas!!!

    1. Lora Bloomquist says:

      Green is my favorite color…and I had to really hold myself back from buying more of them at that sale. My cupboards are happy I didn’t buy more;)

  2. Hi Lora, I love this idea and am going to share it in a round-up of green in home decor this week on the blog!

    1. Lora Bloomquist says:

      Wonderful, Ann! Thanks:)

  3. Kari at Me and My Captain says:

    Hi Lora…I have collected depression glass for years and have a complete 8 piece setting in the Green Cameo, pink cabbage rose, yellow Florentine, blue bubble glass and many others. You definitely got a bargain with your set.
    I would like to personally invite you to link up with our CYS link party on Monday’s at 8 pm. http://www.meeandmycaptain.com . We feature three posts and you get more exposure.
    Kari at Me and My Captain

    1. Lora Bloomquist says:

      Your dishes sound heavenly, Kari! I will pop over and check it out; thanks for the invitation!

  4. What a great find. If I ever find a bargain like that, I’m gonna grab it and run! I would love to mix green and pink with vases of apple blossoms–some day! I have a pretty good set of marigold Federal Bouquet and Lsttice going; the dinner plate is a large grill plate and great for holiday meals so the gravy doesn’t run over onto the table cloth. We KNOW who the slob is at MY house. It was seldom my kids! Your post was definitely a touch of spring; I am battlling winter blahs! Tried 2 need recipes this a.m.; that may be a help!

  5. What a great find! I love those too. Thanks for sharing at the To Grandma’s House We Go link party.

  6. We really are kindred spirits–I’ve started several posts with “My name is Cecilia and I am a Dishaholic!” SWOON! I could have pinned every image and did several 😉 Love the green glass, your wonderful signs and that gorgeous bridal veil! Thanks for sharing @Vintage Charm!

    1. Yes, Cecilia! We can be the founders of the first ever Dishaholics Anonymous or the first stars of a reality TV show, “Dish Hoarders”! Some say when you add, you should take something away, but I love them all! The ladies that come to my estate sale will be so happy;)

  7. I love your dishes. I don’t have room to start collecting dishes but I wish I did. I do have an old black typewriter though.

    1. Lucky you, Debra! I’m honestly running out of room for all my dishes;) Hubby jokes that I could feed the 5000! But where there’s a will, there’s a way-I’ll find a spot (or just get another cupboard;)

  8. Cheryl Jarl says:

    My short list of “still to find”- portable typewriter & black scale. Side note- I like to pair my green depression with my green/cream relief pattern of Oven Serve Ware.

    1. Hope we aren’t together when we find that black typewriter! 😉 I do love the green/cream relief pattern of the ovenware too, but tend to enjoy it more in the fall with pottery pieces. Dishaholics anonymous just called…

      1. Carol Matthews says:

        Oh Lora! I am ‘green’ with envy! I’ve just purchased my first green depression glass plates and am looking for more dishes to go with them. Yours are beautiful!
        I’m a dishaholic too – so I’ll be following your blog now that I’ve found it! Thanks for the fun and inspiration.

        1. Lora Bloomquist says:

          So excited to welcome another dishaholic to the blog, Carol! This spring I just added 3 more sets! My aching cupboards are complaining! You’re in good company around these parts! Have fun with those green dishes!