Yes, I continue to downsize but that doesn't mean I can resist
every treasure I come across....right?
We made a trip to my favorite tiny consignment shop.
They pack a lot of goodness into a small space.
Won't these adorable Avon candleholders be perfect for an Easter tablescape?
Then I will redonate them.
I have a thing for boxes and containers, and why not?
They are perfect organizers for anything.
These are heavy duty and in new condition.
Mr. Retro found a pair of retro curtains which I plan on using
for our one window in the dining room. They are so cool!
They are tagged Trulon from Beacon Looms. I love a little history
on found items so I did a "Google" search and found out that
the New Jersey factory closed in 2011 after 97 years in
business. My curtains are from the 60's, part of their no iron
wash and air dry line.
What do you think? I love the pattern and the colors.
The original gold threads are still bright & shiny.
$2 for this pair.
I have taken some time to do a little crafting. I had these two boxes that actually
were for baby gifts. They were easy to update to a spring look.
I'll be using the butterfly decorated box to package a teacup for gifting.
A better look at the sweet lid.
I'm taking part in Stephanie's Teacup Exchange over at
The Enchanting Rose. I'll be surprising my exchange person with the
package below. Royal Albert~Country Roses teacup, vintage hankie and
apron, little vintage lace for sewing, a sachet & soap, and tea bags of course!
Had to do a little Easter crafting.
And a little Easter decorating.
Beautiful Pysanky eggs.
I went to a class where we learned to make clothespin peg dolls. They
are so adorable, and the instructor had samples for every holiday.
Here is the Easter girl I made. I'll be buying some new craft supplies
so I can make more of these cuties.
Are you ready for Easter? It is early this year, so will sneak right up on us.
Thanks for stopping by to visit. Have a great weekend!