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Fiona , what a special treasure ! I love the house but I'd frame those blueprints , how lucky you are to have them . Thanks for showing us and playing along .
What a fabulous thing to have, I agree with Clare they would look great framed and would be safe too.
It must have been a great home in it's day. I am sorry i am all out of time at my place. Reliable Suppliers are rare!
Fiona, that is indeed a treasure ,what a beautiful home , so large and spacious and such a nice design , you are very fortunate to have the blueprints !
What a GORGEOUS home - so sad that it isn't being used! It's wonderful. How lovely that you have the blueprints!Love your patterns and if you find some bargains on extra time, be sure to let me know, I need to stock up!
Love the blue prints, you must frame them. House plans are not blue these days, that's a real treasure.
The home looks amazing and to have the plans from then beautiful - surely a treasure for your family.Thanks for sharingNo idea where you might find some extra time - Sorry
What lovely memories...I associate those types of memories of my grandparents' home, too. So sorry that the farm was destroyed and the home is not inhabitable, but you still have those blueprints and all of your beautiful memories!Hey, from where did you order that extra time? I need to get myself some of that, too! :o)XOXO,Cyndi
Wow.... what a fabulous treasure to have and I agree they would look great framed. Although designed in the 1940's the house looks so modern I would have loved to have lived in that house.Great treasure. Thanks for sharing.(((HUGS))) Roz.
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