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Are we tired of Vintage Hipsters yet?

This weekend I attended a Vintage Festival in my hometown. It’s an event that has been running for a few years now, spanning across two days with over 30 stalls boasting the best in vintage and custom made clothing and accessories, as well as trinket stalls, face-painting, live music and a selection of food and drink. 1,615 more words

Clothes

Post Artscape Artscapeness - Gogo's Retread Threads

So, today I went up to Towson for a doctor’s appointment and right in front of the office was a Farmer’s Market! I didn’t know, but every Thursday from 11am to 3pm until November 20th on Alleghany Street, several local farmers and vendors come to sell their wares! 232 more words

A new venture...

Me and the dude are moving into new premises. Edith and Alice will be opening up soon in #stagnes #cornwall. We’ll be selling vintage, preloved treasures and #handmade things, made in the #oldways. 44 more words

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Liza's Baby Room

Liza’s room was inspired by vintage children’s records found in a thrift store.  From there it turned into such an amazing, whimsical, vintage storybook kind of place. 152 more words

Mommyhood

Live a Life of Love

“Live a life of love” – Ephesians 5:2. I made this art as a wedding gift. It was one of those gifts i wanted to keep for myself… 55 more words

Handmade

STONER IS NOT IDEAL BUT OFFERS FAIR REFLECTION OF MAN’S FOLLY

I suspect that having spent forty plus years in academia, William Stoner should try swatting away my prose were I to present him with an analytical essay. 877 more words

John Williams

Brighton: Cheap and Truly Cheerful

I had week off work and I did quite a few things, one of those was going on a day trip to Brighton. From my flat Laura and I got a train to Clapham Junction and then down to Brighton, there are cheaper routes which don’t take any longer but do involve more changes and I felt like for a day out to the beach I should be able to relax on my journey and read my book without checking which station was next all the time. 489 more words