Tuesday, March 27, 2007

~FREE*FREE*FREE~

*FREE*FREE*FREE*.....I LOVE SAVING FOR FREE~~~


MY DEAR FRIEND PAT and FAMILY FRIEND gave me this OLD VINTAGE WESTINGHOUSE STOVE/OVEN over this past week because they have moved to an Island off of Seattle, Washington.....OH I AM SO WAY EXCITED and CANNOT WAIT TO put it in my "studio/shop" and play around with it. My hubby said it STILL WORKS and just look at all those OLD ENAMEL KNOBS!!! Now, does anyone know how to clean something like this??? I was thinking maybe olive oil or some type of vegetable oil to clean up the black cast iron??? I really have no clue or maybe I should just use hot soapy water. If anyone has any suggestions or knows how to clean this BABY up....please let me know. Thanks so much!!! ~Amy~

I LOVE THOSE ENAMEL KNOBS....And should I use PINK ENAMEL accents or RED ENAMEL accents??? Decisions Decisions....



~YUMMY FLAVOR ZONE OVEN.....It just LOOKS DELICIOUS~ Any decorating ideas are GLADLY WELCOME....~Amy~


5 comments:

BeachysCapeCodCupboard said...

Be still my heart... WOWZA!!!!!! Those are gorgeous, Amy! And free!?? whooppieeee!!!

I would actually leave it just the way it is ~ just add some vintagey little knick knacks with it, like an old Hoosier jar or two, or vintage spice jars, a kitchsy old tea towel... oh I envy you!!!

cityfarmer said...

What's for supper?????

Your gonna love this....looks like a magazine cover.

Betty @ She's Sew Pretty said...

Oh, you are so lucky! I've always wanted an old stove like that. I just have no where to put one. I'd do like Beachy said and just accent it with fun stuff. You'll have to show it off when you are all done.

PurpleFlowerFairy said...

Ooooooh Amy! LUCKY YOU =) You are going to have sooo much fun using this in your shop for displays. Debbie

oneblueegg said...

I would not touch the originality of that stove one IODA Amy...use to have one myself and use to clean mine with plain ole comet...yep just accent with colors you like;)