Grrrrr........I got on my treadmill this morning only to have it start wildly blinking after a couple of minutes, and then it died on me. Not a great start to the day but onward and upward with a blog giveaway. It's February....the month of LOVE (and also my birthday:-), so what better way to show it then to gift someone with some lovely items. Just do the usual....leave a comment, and I will draw the winner on Valentine's Day. You have a pretty good chance of winning here......so please don't hesitate! The winner will get all of the goodies below (and more) to include:
One yard of a fabulous vintage floral barkcloth that is unused and in mint condition. I love this barkcloth so much that I slipcovered my office chair in it!
Three yards of the best vintage seam binding that has little pink roses in the pattern....great stuff.
A vintage roses small teapot, a Limoges pink roses creamer and another beautiful vintage rose & blue ribbon creamer.....all lovely.
A framed 1911 Easter postcard, that although hard to depict in the photos.....has a pink rose, white bird and is extreme cottage sweet. Framed in one of our signature antique chippy wood molding frames~under glass.
A framed reproduction of an antique French Easter postcard from my collection.....in a frame made here in our studio that is pink and has a ribbon carving at the top.
A vintage large candy box in the shape of a heart with the original millinery fleur~SwEeT.
A glass paperweight (which we sell on the website) created with vintage pink roses wallpaper and embellishments.
A few do dads of old salvage....a rusty old French fleur de lis, brass heart finding, old floral curtain pin.
A shabby vintage trophy cup.....which we will fill with some seashells.
A vintage satin heart pillow sham with embroidered detail. You will need to stuff or insert your own form.
A pretty in pink antique porcelain soap dish, with one of our signature Italian soaps~tied in pink tulle with a vintage millinery rose tied on.
A reproduction sheet of antique baby soap labels that I picked up from a vendor on my last trip to Paris.
Last.....but certainly NOT least, for all of our DIY friends, a nice sized stack of antique sheet music and antique wallpaper......pink roses and one stac
Have a wonderful day~
~ XO~ Janet
"HEARTS THAT LOVE ARE ALWAYS IN BLOOM" (unknown)