It has been a while since any of my items for sale have been featured on someone’s blog. Today my Federal Glass Thumbprint Colonial Punch Bowl was featured at Tinted Wedding.
Elizabeth created a treasury for a John and Abigail Adams wedding and featured the punch bowl on the treasury, then blogged about it.
Thanks, Tinted Wedding.
One of my Etsy Shop items, Let It Snow Scrabble Tiles, was featured in a blog post over at Vintage Etsy Society, Keeping Warm. It is a blog written in France. That is one of the cool things about Etsy; we can shop and sell items all around the world. About 15% of my sales goes to other countries.
Check out Vintage Etsy Society.
My Bamboo Butterfly Coaster Set and Tray was an item featured on Pages of Paradigm. Rachel, a fellow North Dakota blogger, has a dream of opening a shop in her small town. I love her ideas and vision. She wants to nurture her creativity as well as others with books, supplies and hand-made items. But can it be done in small town USA?
Please go check out her post, Transforming Vision into Reality, where you can dream along with Rachel. Do you have any feedback for her? Do you own a shop in a small town? If so, I know she would love to hear what you think?
Recently Peta Coote, Vintage Living Magazine’s European Correspondent contacted me. Peta wanted to feature my red rocking chair and Etsy shop in her article, Holiday Shopping Guide: 100 Vintage Etsy Finds. Absolutely. I love that chair, and Peta was such a sweet professional.
Vintage Living is an online vintage magazine that is up and coming. Their header states: The Daily Blog of America’s First Online Lifestyle Magazine for Lover’s of Things Vintage, Classic and Retro. Sounds fun. It is. I have been following their blog for a couple of weeks now. It is brimming with inspiration and beautiful photos of all things vintage. I hope you check it out.
If you have time, I encourage you to check out the article, Holiday Shopping Guide: 100 Vintage Etsy Finds. Then check out some of Peta’s featured items. There are some amazing pieces here.
This little panda clock is one of my favorites. It is kitschy and cute. Must be in the mood today.
I drooled over these Pyrex Spring Blossom bowls in a set.
I would love to hear which item or two from the article is your favorite.
Peta Coote owns an Etsy shop: Peta’s Vintage Boutique. She has some lovely jewelry that she sells. Hope you check out her shop as well.
Thanks, Peta, for including my item in your article.
Last week I linked to a party on The Cottage Market called, Junkin Joe. Andrea was nice enough to feature Lena, my dress form. She has link parties for vintage finds as well as recipes, crafts and other posts. Go check Andrea out at The Cottage Market.
My black hat was featured by the Vintage Witch over at Leslie Janson’s blog. Go check out Leslie’s blog and her lovely features of vintage goodness.
I try to enter one or two link parties each week. It is a fun way to connect with others who love thrifting and junking. This week, Liz, and The Blue Eyed Owl featured my hats. If you have time go check her site out, especially the post she did, A Mother Of One. It is an honest, straight forward look at her infertility; a topic that is effects many of us.
I really enjoy link parties. I am able to find new blogs to follow that I really enjoy. The Thrifty Groove holds a Thrifty Things Friday party. This week my Thrifty Finds post with my suitcase was featured. Go check out The Thrifty Groove’s Blog. She has some great posts and you might find a few new blogs to follow at this week’s link up.
Thank so much, Diann.
Liz at The Blue Eyed Owl featured my Pyrex Pink Bowls last week. Since I was gone for two days and busy with thrifting I hadn’t noticed it. The blog world is so kind and fun to be a part of. Check out Liz’s website, The Blue Eyed Owl.
I have been featured on the Blue Eyed Owl. Liz hosts a Thrift Score Thursday which I recently found. Love the links that she gets every week. This past week, I linked up my toy telephone, and she featured it.
Go check out the Blue Eyed Owl, it is a fun site. Thanks, Liz.