Just a little weekend fun and inspiration. :) Totally random stuff here!
On Saturday my Mom and I are going antiquing and I'm on the look out for items like those pictured on my blog today. I'm going to start setting up a table in my classes when I teach with lots of vintage containers and decor, holding some of the supplies like buttons, lace, glitter, etc. Can't wait to do that. :) These are just some of the photos and ideas that are inspiring me....
The photo above is vintage hobnail glasses. I LOVE these, especially the pink. Would love to find some in aqua and red.
My favorite scrap room....EVER. Rebecca Sower's room. Her room looks like all of my favorite boutiques and antique stores. I just want to go and look around for hours. :)
Little Birdie Calling Cards. Are these not precious? I found them on this website. I want these! (for classes, not for playground Moms, lol)
A gorgeous vintage paperboard cake stand with a tiny little outline of silver glass glitter. I want one of these and will have my radar on tomorrow. :)
Speaking of Rebecca Sower, this is a sweet little Easter collage vintage postcard that she had on her Etsy shop...and I bought one! That will be on my display table for sure, even if it's not Easter, lol.
I love these little vintage silver tinsel trees. I'd love to find one tomorrow!
I love these new 7 Gypsies oval scroll stamps! I ordered one yesterday.
I'll definitely have a bunch of these stamps for my classes to use.
I LOVE this layout by Gina! The striped ribbon around the photo is just fabulous and that blue is my favorite shade of blue. Very vintage-ish. :) Gina does gorgeous work!
So, see....very random, but fun! These are all things that inspired me this week. I'm working on another new class....a Spring vintage-style Girl album for sisters, mothers/daughters, girlfriends, any of the fabulous females in your life. I want to use lots of paint, glitter, old buttons and lace, floral and vintage patterns... so it should be fun to work up!
Off to bed. Have a wonderful weekend!
"I choose joy... I will invite my God to be the God of circumstance. I will refuse the temptation to be cynical... the tool of the lazy thinker. I will refuse to see people as anything less than human beings, created by God. I will refuse to see any problem as anything less than an opportunity to see God." - Max Lucado