Showing posts with label sponsors. Show all posts
Showing posts with label sponsors. Show all posts

Sunday, July 21, 2013

Black tole tray, sunshine quilt, and some tweakin' going on...

Just wanted to share a few little Summery changes out here on the sunporch with you all, and show you my latest black tole tray that I've added to my illness  collection. Dee is having a super summer sale over at the French Bleu Vintage Shop, so you will want to go see what she has in. Check out her blog, I think she has a 30% off code going on.

The yellows, golds, peaches and reds just look so summery.
(from French Bleu Vintage Shop)

I had some cute comments on the post I did on the Patriotic Sunporch a week or two ago. It was suggested that it needs it's own book. It DOES have it's own personality for sure, and it's always wanting attention... So to indulge it once again, I found a sweet little quilt that was a substitute for a vintage version that "got away". Yes, I didn't buy something, then got home and thought about it. I went back the next day and of course it was gone. boo hoo. But I found this one, which is really bright and pretty, and filled the bill for my desire for "Yellow".

I've been enjoying the red fruity pillows out here, so I didn't want to start over, but it was time to put away the flags, and the blue accents, and concentrate on Summer, with some Apple pottery, which was the idea behind the reds and yellows. 

This is a vintage quilt from my hubby's family that has pieced sailboats on the front. I'd forgotten it was a sunny yellow on the reverse, so it's part of the color scheme, too.

My paternal grandmother's Hull Apple Cookie Jar, salt and pepper, and stove jar love to be part of the Summer Baker's Rack decor. I remember that this cookie jar always had fresh homemade oatmeal cookies inside. I can see her kitchen like it was yesterday...sweet memories...

(actually it's two peppers because the salt took a tumble a few years ago, and I need to find another one that's not an arm and a leg).

Can you imagine that everyone used to save their bacon grease?

Ironstone pitcher with some faux daisies.

I recently found this little oval plaid lunch pail,
 Love these little versions.

That checked pillow that's in the middle has the flag on the other side,
so I just turned it around to keep the great black/white check.

And speaking of "apple" things,
 here is a new little "skinny wreath" for the front door,
Lady Apples and Black-eyed Susans

And some appliqued feed sack tea towels that Ive been saving for Summer.

joining in for these parties:

Amaze Me Monday at Dwellings
Tweak it Tuesday at Cozy Little House
The Scoop at Cedar Hill Ranch
Wow Us Wednesday at Savvy Southern Style


Tuesday, June 26, 2012

Monday Marketplace #18

Time for Monday Marketplace 
where you can link up your Etsy and Online Boutique items.
You may see a "theme" today.
 Everything I picked was black and white!
Here are some fun links from last week:

French Country Inspired Gift Tags
from Becky at TimeWashed

Charming Vintage Petite White Wall Shelf
from Linda at White Lilac Cottage

Organic Lavender Dryer Sheets

Gesso Sculptured Vintage Bird Ornament
from Rosemary at VillaBarnes

 Starting this week on Monday Marketplace 
I'll be spotlighting one of my great sponsors,
 as most of them join in for the link party.
 So today I'm highlighting Sheila from Tattered Goods
She has amazing designs in pillows, tea towels, coasters,
 and so many great vintage things in her Etsy Shop. 
Do you need a vintage clock or camera? She has those too!!

French Inspired Coasters
 from Sheila at Tattered Goods

Hope you'll run by and check out Sheila's blog and great shop.

And if you're interested in joining with me for some ad opportunities then click here
(New rates and summer specials.)

So link up to three items from your online boutique or Etsy shop; please link to the individual item if possible. And if you have a blog, I'd love you to grab the button on the sidebar and share it somewhere on your blog. This lets everyone know a fun new place to come and shop. And remember the party is up all week, so drop back by to check out what new has been added.

Hope you're off to a great start on the week!

Saturday, April 14, 2012

Sharing Some Sponsor Love

Now that Spring has officially "sprung" 
I wanted to share some new products 
that some of my Sponsors have in their shops.
Hope you'll click on their shop links and browse around.

Kitchen Enamel Magnet Board from 107 Vintage

107 Vintage

What a great shopping site, Diana and her daughter Aubrie not only have wonderful vintage pieces and antiques,they also carry a line of French inspired vintage look home goods and decor items.

Romantic Writing Pillow

German Grain Sacks

French Bleu Vintage

Dee keeps her Etsy Shop stocked full of great vintage finds.
Check out her blog, French Bleu Vintage to see what's new.

Candle Pillars

Garden Toile Pillow

 Tattered Goods

Be sure and visit Sheila's blog Tattered Goods (the blog) for updates
on new items and to learn about their many products for custom orders.

 Mail Caddy

French Postcard Pillow Cover

 Leslie Janson

This girl is so talented, I want everything she creates.
Her jewelry and authentic grain sack pillows are one-of-a-kind treasures.

Secret Garden Necklace

Vintage Burlap Pillow

 Cottage in the Oaks
Daune is genuinely one of the sweetest people,
check out her blog, Cottage in the Oaks and Etsy Shop
 for some great handcrafted gift items.

Red Stripe Grain Sack Pillow

Grain Sack Candle Jar Cover

Hope you'll drop by these great shops for some Spring Shopping,
new items coming in weekly!

Sunday, March 4, 2012

Introducing Rosekraft

Hi Everyone, hope you're having a wonderful Sunday.
I want to take a minute to introduce you to my newest sponsor,
Rose from Rosekraft. 

On visiting Rose's blog, you'll see her San Francisco home, which is an expression of her love for Victorian cottage life. Even in the middle of a big city, Rose loves nurturing a small garden with her own vintage style. Her tiny city garden reflects how she maximizes her space, just look at these amazing homegrown lemons in a vintage copper bucket. Rose keeps a connection with the past, and it's evident in the items she creates for her Store and shows.

Can't you almost smell these fresh Lemons from the Garden?

Then come meet "the girls", where egg laying can cause a culinary celebration. 

Rose has a wonderful Etsy Shop, Rosekraft,
were she creates and sells beeswax candles from vintage Victorian molds,
and original Victorian Cottage die cut framed images.

How perfect for Easter

and just to welcome Spring,

Beautiful framed images of original die cuts;
this is one of my favorite pieces.

Hope you'll drop by her shop and browse her lovely items,
to find a perfect gift for Easter and to welcome the start of Spring.

Are you ready to link up for Monday Marketplace?
Linky will be up mid-morning tomorrow.
see you, then.


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