For my mom on Mother’s Day 🍄🐸
Doodles of a mushroom queen. So desperately wanting to go on a shroom hunt
Hand embroidered sew-on patch
Find it at BUST’s Craftacular in May!
There is no way you lived through the seventies without knowing or at least seeing some Merry Mushroom piece in someone’s kitchen.
I think the word “ubiquitous” is in order.
Pretty much every household had some piece somewhere: a coffee pot, clock, canister set, cookware, post holders, glassware, placemats, cheese platter, silverware, towel rack, planters, perhaps even curtains (although curtains were more of a “finishing touch” to the MM look).
I imagine if you really wanted to, you could do your entire kitchen in Merry Mushroom, save for the appliances and furniture pieces (unless those were made, too, and I just don’t know about them).
This was probably one of the most shining moments in Sears history.
They made and sold the Merry Mushroom line from 1970 to 1985 when the line was finally discontinued…a long, profitable reign whose line seemed to expand and extend from year to year.
Canon EOS DIGITAL REBEL XT
Some little mushrooms.
Coleóptero + Fungi