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Welcome to my world! I love to write about life on lots of levels. Sometimes my blogs are funny, sometimes a bit sarcastic and ironic, but they are always informative and entertaining. Feel free to leave comments and ideas!

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Handmade Christmas Gifts Frugally Victorian and Mid Century

 The Victorians appreciated personal handmade gifts of monogrammed and embroidered linens at Christmas and considered them wonderful expressions of friendship and family.  Contrary to the practice of spending far too much money for gifts today, the time invested in even the simplest piece of linen was valued greatly. Here are some beautiful ideas for gifts you can invest a little time is creating that will surely be appreciated for years and generations to come.  Good,...

Buying Vintage Linens Some Tips for Success

I love the hunt for good quality vintage linens but sometimes regardless of the quality, you can end up bring home more than you paid for.  Value is important, of course, but so is the condition.  Sometimes that can be hard to determine through the dirt and soil.  Obvious stains don't bother me nearly as much as box lots of fabric covered in dirt, boxes that clearly have old water marks and mold and the smell of old, old musty cellars or mothballs. So here are some tips you might...

Mid Century Autumn Colors for Dinnerware

Stangel and FentonMixing Mid Century Dinnerware and Glass from the same era can produce some funcombinations.  Fenton Thumbprint Stemware and Stangle Dinnerware, mix up some fabulous Stoneware from Japan and Smoke Goblets from Anchor Hocking. California Pottery and Dinerware from New Jersey. Color values count, not exact shades of this or that.  Imagine how much fun it would be to set a table with completely different place settings all in the same color range.Minton USAHarlequin...

Rocking 1960's Glass in Full Color

Just a few pictures of wonderful glass full of color to brighten your day!

Poster of Vintage Cool on Etsy

document.write (window.ccvault_widg.framehtml(31595,3,3,2,1,0,0)); Treasuries are curated by members of etsy who put together a collection of the things that appeal the eye. Here is a neat combination of vintage treasures!

Mid Century Combinations for the Dinner Table

Here are some fabulous combinations for the dinner table, lunch table and entertaining: Goblets: Fenton Thumbprint Water and Champagne. Use them for wine and sherbert, ice cream or shrimp cocktail. They also make fabulous cocktail glasses. Circa 1960's Mid Century Dinner Plate: Ironstone RedWing Silverware: Danish Modern, teal rivet handle, stainless steel, Japan. Mellow YellowCoffee Cup Rust and Yellow GoldPatterned Saucer RustMid Century AmberWater GlassSherbert Glass Clover...

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