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Thursday, December 31, 2009

2009 ETSY Favorites

Well, I think I will close out 2009 with a post with some of my favorite ETSY items in 2009. Some of these items I purchased, some I did not (but that didn't mean I didn't want to buy them). Some are handmade and some are Vintage. If you have never checked out ETSY then you definitely need to! It is an eclectic mix of sellers for vintage and handmade items and a place to find a one of a kind item!

*Vintage Jingle Bell Green Organdy Apron
*1960s Vintage Mod Dangle Earrings
*Hand Stamped Sterling Silver Tag and Airplane Charm Necklace
I bought these for my niece, how cute! I am getting a adult sized pair for me BTW...
*Toddler Convertible Fingerless Gloves Mittens with Flaps in Cream
I think my dog really needs one of these. She would love it!
*Eco Pet Bed
Simply beautiful and I so wish I could afford it!
*Victorian Snake Bangle Bracelet Etruscan Revival 800 Silver B1261
I had this marked as a Favorite and someone beat me to buy it, so fun and funky!
*Rainbow Plane Ticket Blue Travel Wallet
My niece totally needs this
*1960's style Retro Lauren.. black and white dress...
I love vintage lamps, reminds me of a post I will need to do about a vintage lamp my brother and I own......
*Vintage 1950's Asian Inspired Lamp with Red Venetian Blind Lamp Shade
*Vintage 1940s Pot Metal Pave Rhinestone Bracelet
*Mid Century Danish Modern ThreeTaper Candle Holder
*1950s Lucite Box Purse by Tedro for Saks Fifth Avenue
*Lucy Corduroy Peasant Dress Tiffany Blue

This is just a few :-) of my ETSY 2009 favorites, I could spend all day sharing them with you. Maybe I will make it a regular part of my blog.... Thank you for visiting me in 2009, please come back in 2010. Happy New Year.

Wednesday, December 30, 2009

Vintage Christmas

This is our Christmas tree, it is all vintage Christmas ornaments from the 1950's and 1960's. This is our second year to do a vintage Christmas tree. The ornaments are from my family. They were my grandparents and my dad gave them to me after my grandparents passed away. I feel so blessed to have them and carry on using them for our family Christmas tree. It brings me such joy every time I look at them and I know my grandparents would be so happy we had them and were using them in our home. I hope everyone has a chance to keep a piece of their family vintage or antique holiday decor to keep the tradition alive.

Sunday, December 27, 2009


Well, I have a personal twitter that I have been using for some time to keep up with friends but I finally created a Twitter for ETSY vintage sales. Feel free to check me out at I hope I can keep up with all this....

Kirkland Museum Streams of Modernism Exhibition

If you happen to be in Denver before Jan 24, 2010 check it out and let me know what you thought!