I am looking forward to the big Royal wedding. I remember when Diane and Charles were married and it was such a fantastic event. The jewels, excessive train, the royalty and all the Royal rituals was so exciting to see. I cannot wait to see what happens in the morning!
What a cute couple!
A few of my creations have a little Royal flair to them!
Thank goodness for TIVO and DVR because I am not getting up at 3am to see this historical event. I look forward to watching it at my time! Congratulations Prince William and Kate!
Mother's Day is right around the corner and have you purchased something special for your mom, daughter-in-law or mother-in-law?
Please check out Vintage No. 35's Etsy shop for some great new pieces. I will gift wrap and include your special note with the piece of jewelry. Please purchase by next Tuesday in order to allow time for delivery!
I am so excited! Today, I dropped off a few creations at Kinder Touch Store in Des Moines. Kinder Touch will also be featured on our local news tomorrow and the owner is hoping that there might be a shot of the necklaces. Sorry, I get a little pumped up about the little things.
It is amazing how times fly by and then you realize that you have not posted recently. I have been busy painting and organizing Vintage No. 35's office. I look forward to showing you what I have been up to.
In honor of reaching over 75 blog followers I have decided to do a giveaway. I am giving away a cute vintage key jeweled up with bling and a flower on a antique gold ball chain.
Here's what you gotta do to get your name in:
1. Be a Follower and leave a comment on this post.
2. For a second entry, spread the love and blog/facebook about my giveaway! (leave me a separate comment letting me know you did!) Giveaway will close at 6PM (central time zone) on Monday, April 18. Winner will be announced that evening!
What an exciting weekend it has been! I just wrapped up a 3-day show at Junk Jubilee in Des Moines, IA and what fun it was. This was my first major "junk" show to attend as a vendor and I was thrilled in how it turned it. I enjoyed meeting other great vendors and also the people who came to the show because we all have one thing in common, "we enjoy junk". I was also thrilled to meet so many of you who follow me on facebook and on my blog.
I want to extend a big thank you to Jan and Miccia for putting on such a great event. I did not meet one person who did not enjoy the event and they cannot wait for the next one. It was a great event and looking forward to the 2nd Annual Junk Jubilee!