ONE LONELY CAKE TIN!!



   This week I am participating in Vintage Thingie Thursday hosted by The Colorado Lady - click on her button on the side bar if you would like to participate.

My post this week is about an aluminum cake tin that belonged by my mother-in-law.  She has been gone for sometime so I feel since I've been married over 30 years and it has been in my possession it is probably from the 1950's.  OK -  HERE GOES!!

I am a lonely cake tin
as lonely as can be

My other owner used me -
this one just let's me be

I used to go to holidays, birthday parties, games and such
But now my days are lonely spent sitting in a hutch

I am a lonely cake tin
as lonely as can be

Now she has ANOTHER much PRETTIER THAN ME!!

Blessings to you all during this wonderful holiday season,


Jo  

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  2. Oooh, I love the lonely little cake pan the best! How many precious memories it carries... Bisous... Julie Marie

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  3. What a cute little poem to go along with the cake tin! You are very clever!!
    Jane

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  4. Jo~~~

    My Mom had a cake tin just like this. Oh, you brought back a memory of something I had forgotten. That is what these vintage events are all about, I guess!

    Great post, my friend!

    xoxo
    Janie

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  5. Cute poem, makes me sad for the cake tin. You must take it out and use it once in awhile!

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  6. Dear Lonely,

    Don't you worry about Ms. Newbie Cake Plate, I'm sure she was NEVER as functional as you are!!!!

    Also, sitting in a hutch is actually a promotion to a place of prominence!!!

    I happen to LOVE you.

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  7. how lovely..i think they're both pretty special :))

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  8. Oh, cute poem and post! Thanks for sharing!
    Living it up at Lakewood,
    Cindy

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  9. Love the poem and love the cake tin. Thanks for sharing!


    My Vintage Thingies

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  10. That's a cute poem. It reminds me of the "Percy the Puny Poinsettia" song.

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  11. I like the simplicity of your vintage cake tin. I hope you make a cake for it soon!

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  12. Did you write the great poem to go with your cake savers? Good job if ya did. It's nice to have things passed on from someone. Your flowered one is gorgeous.

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  13. Very cute cake tin and poem!
    Have a great day,
    Rosemary

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  14. You just have to take little cake tin out and use it a few times, so it won't be so sad. I like it better than the new one..

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  15. I like it! The poem and the tin :-)

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  16. Josette. Thanks for dropping by AND for displaying my blog button. I appreciate that so much!

    Your old cake tin is lovely and holds such dear memories for you. I have a similar one and enjoy using it. Loved the poem!

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  17. Thanks for the visit, glad I can make someone on the other side of the pond happy :)

    What a nice poem.

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  18. Bonjour§ Love the old tin cake pan but then I've been know to be too sentimental. The newer floral is very pretty. I agree with Allison's comment above - hope you make a cake for them both.
    Thanks for stopping by my blog, it is much appreciated.

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  19. Ha! How cute! Love your poem!! And your cake tin...

    :) T

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  20. Oh, I just LOVE that plain aluminum one! I really do!!!! It is so...perfectly simple.

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  21. We had a cake pan like this for years. In fact, the one I have now looks similar. However, your newer version is very pretty.

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  22. How cute! Tell your lonely little cake tin that I like her best!

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  23. Awwww, now I feel sorry for the little old cake tin : ))

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  24. poor little cake tin needs to go to a party some day

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  25. What a cute post...that lonely cake pan is so cute, I wish I would run across one like that in my treasure hunting! Happy VTT!

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  26. What I would give to have that lonely old cake saver. The new one is very pretty tho. But I'd still like the old one ...

    Thank you for popping over. Have a great eve.
    TTFN ~Marydon

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  27. I enjoyed your post so much! Sweet and sad. Thank you for visiting junkblossoms. Hurry back! Merry Christmas.

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  28. What a lovely lonely cake server. I can remember my hubby's aunt bringing her cakes to the family picnics years ago in a similar cake pan. I've only seen them in the antique shops and mostly all banged up.

    Jocelyn
    http://justalittlesouthernhospitality.blogspot.com/

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