Friday, December 31, 2010
As we watch the ball drop tonight in New York City I will toast to what has been a fantastic 2010 and another toast to what is to come in 2011. After nearly 5 years of selling on Ebay as Daisy Patch Kids I opened up a second business called Vintage No. 35 on Etsy. The new business will eventually take over Daisy Patch Kids on Ebay. Vintage No. 35 will continue to expand on Ebay and on the Etsy marketplace. I am looking forward to showing you new vintage picks as well as expanding Vintage No. 35's products in 2011.
I want to thank all of my friends, family and customers who helped support me over the years and encouraged me to start Vintage No. 35. Have a Safe and Happy New Year!
Wednesday, December 29, 2010
This is a great calendar that features dates of Flea Markets around the country.
This is great for the office or a kitchen wall.
These wonderful vintage inspired calendars are found on Etsy.com. Please click on the links above to view more of the calendars.
Friday, December 24, 2010
Thursday, December 23, 2010
If you are down in the Kansas City area over the weekend you must go to Curious Sofa. They are closing their store and have fantastic items for sale. I wish I was closer to shop. Check out her blog to view some of the items they have for sale.
Tuesday, December 21, 2010
Do you have an extra tree that you still need to decorate before your family comes? Get out those old Christmas photographs and display them on a tree.
My kids and I love seeing old photos of my parents. The photographs do not necessarily have to be vintage. So open those scrapbooks and use photographs of the kids on Christmas Eve, Christmas morning opening presents or your kids playing in the snow. Enjoy those treasured memories and everyone will get a kick out of them as well.
Sunday, December 19, 2010
Saturday, December 18, 2010
I had to share a few ideas that my mom came up with at her home. She uses this old ladder to hang blankets and her favorite December magazine issues. During the rest of the year she hangs only her magazines on each rung.
What’s old is new again for even the First Lady, who had another groundbreaking moment in fashion history last weekend, dazzling in one-of-a-kind vintage number by the late designer Norman Norell.
I wanted to show you a few vintage Holiday dresses that you could even wear today. They all have such a classic style that would allow you to wear from year to year.