Thursday, February 16, 2012

Vintage gifts loveliness






Pic 1:
Vintage brooch made from milk bottle glass. So beautiful - a gift from my friend Ida in Australia. We used to live next door to eachother with our mum's.

Pic 2: She knows I like old things. I believe that vintage tea towels can be the key to happiness in one's life!

Pic 3: A Kay Bojesen original my sister gave me years ago. The teak flower stand is recently thrifted by me.

The blogging world turned friends is amazing:

Stephanie and Kay sent me gifts for Anna. Kelleyn sent us American Chocolate (very excotic for us), Carina sent me the most delicious (addictive!) French Butter when we were short. I won a print from Alessandra, and a book from Christine.

Happy weekend! I'll have the three kids all to myself. Check in on my patience level on Sunday, will you.

(am linking up to Flea Market Finds)

9 comments:

Pippa said...

These are lovely things, your very lucky! :)

randyor said...

Its so nice, and beautiful creativity. I like it. I am also used to this, Thanks for your all information. It awesome blogging dear.

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Nancy said...

I love seeing your vintage treasures.

Di said...

Lovely thrifted goodness! Good luck with the kids all weekend! Will be thinking of your sanity!

liza said...

I love the soldier, and your teak stand. Lucky you!

likeschocolate said...

I love the soldier too! I hear you, my husband has been either out of town or so busy with work that I find myself at the end of my rope more than I would like.

Heather said...

I love all your finds! I feel the same way about vintage tea towels. :) I have a ridiculously large collection of them.

Mid Mod Mom said...

Lovely gifts, keepers. The soldier is beautiful! Love his little drum. Take care

RT said...

They are so lovely, especially the brooch :) I'm afraid I've been reading your blog for a while now but I never know what to say...but I just wanted to let you know I love your style and learning about life in the Arctic!

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