Monday, August 29, 2011

Mother Knows


Hello friends!
Today we are sharing this fun old advertisement
from a child's magazine that we found over the weekend.
This ad is from 1927!
Isn't it precious?




Feel free to use this image for your crafting.

Have a lovely day, Lindsey and Twyla

13 comments:

Sandy said...

I Love Shredded wheat, and my Mom used to serve it hot in the winter. She would run it under some water, shake it gently to get most of the water out and fry it in a pan with some butter until it was a bit brown, and then put it in cold milk with sugar....Yum!
I see the steam rising offo fthis old ad....must have been from my grandmother that my Mom learned to make it that way. :) Sandy

busymartha said...

Such a sweet little ad, love it!

Theresa said...

Sweet image:) Thanks for sharing! Have a blessed day, HUGS!

BEAR's Mom said...

oh girls...
how cute is this!!!
thanks for sharing :D
~victoria~

A Vintage Chic said...

Ooooh! I just LOVE this ad, ladies! Already saved it--I'll be using it, for sure! Thanks much for sharing!

Hope your day is lovely in every way...

Julie

~~Carol~~ said...

Love that box of Shredded Wheat with the arms and legs! Such a cute find!

Marydon said...

... & how I remember eating that cereal & shriveling up me nose as it was so bland ... chuckle! Darling graphic, my friend.

Have a beautiful day.
TTFN~
Marydon

Kathryn Ross said...

Very cute, indeed! I never liked shredded wheat - couldn't appreciate it til I grew up. Then, when I couldn't eat gluten anymore - well - remembering it fondly - and more-so with vintage images from days gone by!
Joy!
Kathy

Holly- Girls At Heart said...

Cute! I love shredded wheat with lots of honey on it!

Holly- Girls At Heart said...

Cute! I love shredded wheat with lots of honey on it!

GARAGE SALE GAL ~ Deb's Earthly Delights said...

That is a very sweet ad!!!
Getting ready for son's birthday..making a chocolate torte :) pulled pork sandwiches and cheesy potatoes!
Talk to you soon.
Warmly,
deb :)

Melody said...

Hi Guys!
don't you just love vintage commercial art found in old mags and books....even the old coloring books with outline drawings look different. I've really been adding to my vintage magazine collection latley and have seen a definate change from about 1959-1974. It's gradual...maybe the paper used inks....it is just more harsh.

Shelley said...

It is very sweet....thanks so much for sharing....blessings on your week girls.