Tools of the trade III

A mold for butter in the form of a lamb.



Karen said...

Just in time for Easter... I have some small butter molds but rarely use them.

Conchscooter said...

I hate to be churlish but did I miss part Eins? God, the way things are going I'm going to have to learn to churn my own butter. One more post apocalyptic survival skill. Thanks for the reminder. And I'll be sure to have a two-sided loo brush just in case.

claude said...

If I have a piece a butter in form of a lamb I would not want to cut in it ! So cute !

Z said...

Karen: I hadn't even thought of that.

Conch: Part I is implicit, innit? Does it really require a label? Should a child be given the appendage Sr. in case he should be so unimaginative as to name a progeny after himself? But I will help you despite your sullen manner and even make a clickable link for you, ->here<- you go.

Claude: How about a real lamb, would you eat that?

marieloupe said...

I agree with Claude ... So cute to cut!!

BTW, all the tools that you are showed here are very interesting.

Julie said...

Thanks for the headsup re the hover not working, Z. I think it was that Mozilla does not recognise the alt tag but does recognise the title tag.

Halcyon said...

Awww... that's so cute!

I would love to have some lamb-shaped butter.

Z said...

Marieloupe: Thank you for stopping by and welcome to my Villigen blog! I find old tools fascinating.

Julie: Sure thing!

Halcyon: I hope some day you'll get one. Ask Karen: maybe she'll lend you a mold for testing. :-)

A Lady's Life said...

Yep it sure looks good when you put butter on the table that looks cute.
You don't even want to eat it. Lol