The days fly by, and it's been an active springtime for me. As much as I want to simplify, I seem to add more to fill my days instead. All the grandchildren have different times for Easter break, so lots of visiting going on. My cup runneth over.
But no matter the season or stage of life there is always room for vintage! And I still manage a stop or two at my favorite getting places.
I thought you might be interested in a peek at the latest booty. (Which all tends to run toward the same type of thing, I know.)
Up first is another gorgeous old bottle! You can't really see the lovely faint purple of this old bubbly glass with a scrap of a label still clinging to it, but it is a pleasing old thing to behold.
A stack of linens in a basket caught my eye in the soft early light too, with their pleasing texture and beautiful old monograms.
I have discovered a wonderful new local artist that makes these adorable mixed media originals from his own photography and vintage scrap. His name is Mikel Robinson, and here is the link to his website for you to see more about him.
These samples are about the size of a small postcard. I love the nature themes best, and want to hang them in groupings. The old elements incorporated are so soulful and just stunning. I will show them again when I have them hung the way I want.
And I was so lucky to find a gorgeous stack of lacy linen this week from a single source.
Nothing gives me more pleasure to use, or to gift. . . .
The following pieces of natural Irish linen with the white embroidery are my very favorites.
This one is a runner, and the larger one with shamrocks is a small tea table coth.
I hope it is a wonderful Easter Weekend for you all! Thanks so much for stopping by!
A Stroll Thru Life~Inspire Me Tuesday