Tag Archives: 1940s

Passing on the vintage love.

My sweet nieces came to check out my booth the day I left Fayetteville. They’re so adorable– they’ve shown so much interest and support during this whole booth process. Alex immediately spotted an awesome pair of 1940s spectator pumps I had just put out that day. “Oooooh,” she said. “I LOVE these shoes!” The irony […]

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Wisconsin Treasures, Part 1.

Okay, so I told you about Odana Antiques in Madison. One of my favorite booths there has an amazing selection of children’s books from the 30s and 40s. I have to decide how much I’m going to spend before I even enter the booth or else I’ll end up spending waaaaay too much money. This […]

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I’ve been framed.

Ooooooohhhhhhh I love vintage children’s books. Textbooks, picture books, storybooks… I buy them anytime I see them. And then I stack them in my craft room, where they grow older and dustier every day. Now that I’ve got my booth (!!!), I thought it was a perfect time time try a few projects that I’ve […]

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