Here is mine
There behind the little divider is a rose pink plastic vase. I don't have a thing in my house that is pink, but I've kept this for God only knows what reason. Behind the mugs (which go with a set of dishes that have all long since been broken and replaced) is an Easter Egg cake mold. I made a cake in it once. The inside of the cake was all uncooked and gross. Plus I couldn't make it stay on the plate without rolling around. A thermal bingo mug. A lovely basket of plastic fruit. You can see it. This is definitely stash space wasted. Note the lovely dust bunnies on top of the fridge. The most interesting thing was a wedding invitation on top of the fridge! The wedding is next weekend. It is a co-worker of my husband's. I haven't RSVP'd because I didn't know anything about it!!! And can we discuss the green vase? Does everyone who has ever received flowers have this green vase?
Here are some more cupboard views:
Lyda has a fine collection in her cupboard including a hand-painted-by-child terra cotta pot that coordinates well with my own!
Trek has a fine collection of now useless appliance manuals should anyone need one!
Karen just opened the cupboard after 11 years. Now she can make popsicles again!
Keep them coming! I love it.
I've also gotten e-mails about the ubiquitous (at least in Minnesota) Lucy Bag. Here is mine.
The color doesn't show well, but it's chocolate brown with a blue stripe. I added the stripe because brown and blue is my current favorite combo. Don't worry, I'll get over it.
This is a fun, easy, knit in the round project. It doesn't show well in the picture, but the straps make a really clever closure to the bag. I use it everyday to haul my knitting back and forth to the office. If it doesn't fit in the bag, it's no longer a portable "knit at the lunch table" project.
Keep your pictures coming. I can't wait to see what else lurks in the Cupboard Over the Fridge!