Archives for October 2014

Antique Postcards with Bird Prints

This set of beautiful bird prints both came from a 1920’s bird book, and show birds resting on evergreen branches.  They are perfect for framed art,  and would make lovely greeting cards as well.  I’ve included two printables using one of the bird images, layered over 2 antique postcard images that I previously shared.. {CLICK ON IMAGES TO VIEW AND PRINT FULL SIZE} This bird is called a Coal Titmouse.

Antique Recipe Card Printable – Baker’s Breakfast Cocoa

What drink pops into your mind, when you think of chilly autumn weather? Yep…I’ll bet you said hot cocoa, didn’t you?! Today, I have a beautiful printable for you, from the early 1900’s. It’s a recipe for breakfast cocoa, that would look lovely printed as wall art, or just print it as a recipe card to save. Enjoy – and stay warm!

Enamelware Pie Pan Pedestal Stand and a Beautiful Autumn Day

Any fellow lovers of vintage enamelware out there? Enamelware immediately makes me think of an old farmhouse kitchen, and I never walk away from a reasonably priced piece. Many are retired from cooking and baking service, because of their condition, and those are the ones that make their way home with me! …

Vintage Inspiration Party #161 – Link Up & Find Vintage Decor Ideas!

Today’s post comes to you chock full of vintage decor ideas, and inspiration for your Fall decorating!. So grab a cup of your relaxing drink of choice, sit back, and be inspired! At the Vintage Inspiration Party, your links will show up on 4 different blogs! Knick of Time Beyond the Picket Fence My Salvaged Treasures Songbird (this week’s “picker” of featured posts) This is the place to share anything old, treasured, passed-down or tattered, but you can also share projects {Read More}

A Lace Stenciled Chair, a Little Village & an Old Man with His Dog

Wanting to find a pretty backdrop to photography my latest furniture makeover project, I found the perfect spot! After all, what spot could be better than an an old village, with an old building, with old doors? As if that wasn’t enough, there was also an old church, and even an old man with his old dog! It was the perfect kind of day, for a person like me, who loves old things (including old people with old dogs)!

Repurposed Book into a Wall Hook

I was digging through my stash in my workshop, and came across a book about birds, with a pretty cover, patterned with bird feathers. I’m not even sure where I got it, but I remembered that I had a bird wall hook in my stash too, and they seemed to belong together.

Autumn Morning on a Farm Country Road

The last several days, it’s been very foggy in the morning, but burns off late morning.  A few days ago, I was getting in my car, and noticed how beautiful it looked, with the fall colors, and had to grab my camera to capture it.   The view down our gravel road was ghostly beautiful, and  my oldest son said it looked like the Headless Horseman should come galloping down it. My old-fashioned wooden swing looked a little lonesome, yet charming. The {Read More}

Free Printable Vintage Postcard – Pretty!

It’s been awhile since I shared a vintage postcard, but I found this one at an antique store when I was on vacation in New Mexico, and really like the pretty scrolled font.  I think it would be fun to create a Christmas card with it, adding a family photo to the front.  It would also make a wonderful graphic for a blog. {CLICK ON IMAGES TO ENLARGE}  This image is a JPEG.  Click here for the PNG version of {Read More}

Tiered Stand Serving Center

Did you think you’d seen the last of tiered stands from me?  Well, I hope not, because in the past, I’ve always shown my tiered stands as more of a decorative item, but with my most recent tiered stand, I wanted to show it as a decorative, but very useful piece to have.

Vintage Inspiration Party #160 – Link Up and Get Inspired!

Welcome back to the Vintage Inspiration Link Party!  As you can see, my blog is undergoing some remodeling work, and remodeling is never neat and tidy, is it?   It may take a few days (but, hopefully not weeks!) to make things look presentable, so please be patient! We’re so happy to have you partying with us!  This is the place to share anything old, treasured, passed-down or tattered, but you can also share projects that were made to look old, {Read More}

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