Salt Cellars

I found these salt cellars at the flea market the other day. 

According to Wikipedia, a salt cellar (also called standing salt) is a vessel, usually small and made of glass or silver, used on the table for holding salt. An individual salt dish or squat open salt cellar placed near a trencher was called a trencher salt. The use of salt cellars continued through the 1940s but has been in decline since, gradually replaced by salt shakers.

So, what do you do with salt cellars?

Another prim sheepy make-do pinkeep ?

You may think I’m obsessed with my sweet sheepies…but, I never have too many sheep!

I had fun making the last needle felted prim strawberry (an easy project), I had to make another larger strawberry make-do pinkeep…

Happy fiber’n!

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