LIFE BEATS DOWN AND CRUSHES THE SOUL AND ART REMINDS YOU THAT YOU HAVE ONE. STELLA ADLER

Tuesday, April 26, 2011

WHAT SHOULD I DO WITH THIS??

I picked up some items at a few antique shops while my friend was here visiting for a few days.
First I wanted to share the carrots I made using a tutorial from Clare's Craftroom blog, you can visit her here thanks for sharing Clare.
I gave some to my Figgy and one to my friend Barb.
I know we are all done with Easter but I would like to give credit to those that share tutorials with all of us.
Now on to the finds.
At a shop called Junk and Disorderly I found this vintage magazine. I love the advertisments in here. I am thinking of using some of the food ads in a brown paperbag mini /journaling/receipe album. I think these would make good backgrounds on the pages of the album.
What ideas do you have?
Did you notice this magazine cost 5 cents?? (not 5 cents when I bought it, but once it cost that much)
If you follow my blog you may remember the cheese box I purchased (see this post) that has the wheat grass in it.
I found at Creative Habitat a package of this wheat grass to grow some of my own.
I plan on putting together one of the vintage picnic baskets I received for Christmas using some of this grass. Stay tuned for that.
What other ideas do you have for some of this wheat grass??
I found these fantastic vintage patterns. I just love the images on the fronts.
I think I may make a vintage inspired album using these images as background paper and tag making.
What ideas do you have for me??
I found this vintage dish towel. I am thinking of making a purse/bag out of this.
The back side I may use red burlap.
Do you think it would be strange to carry around a vintage dish towel calendar as a bag?? I love vintage dish towels.
I found this dress at the junk store. I thought the material was pretty. I tore apart the dress and ripped strips of material. I put into the washer and dryer to make the strips all distressed. I plan on stamping on the strips. Any other ideas?? Here is an advertisment from the magazine.
Well, that is all of my finds for this time.
I would love to hear any other ideas you may have for projects using my new treasures.
I am linking up to the following linky parties this week. Be sure to go on over and visit a few, lots of inspiration out there.
I thank all hostess's for hosting.
Tuesday's Treasures at My Uncommon Slice of Suburbia
Nifty Thrifty Tuesdays at Coastal Charm
Share The Love Wednesday at Very merry vintage style
White Wednesday at Faded charm cottage
Whow Us Wednesday's at Savvy Southern Style
Vintage Inspiration Friday at Common Ground
Show and Tell Friday at My Romantic Home
Feathered Nest Friday at French Country Cottage
Voila-French Inspiration at French Cupboard
Treasure Hunt Thursday at Blue Creek Home
Thanks for stopping by.
HUGS
Michele

3 comments:

Linda@Coastal Charm said...

I so love those "cool" vintage patterns...thanks for sharing all your goodies here at my NIFTY THRIFTY TUESDAYS PARTY...hope you have a fun time here:)

Blessings,
Linda

Yvonne@StyleBurb said...

My comment just disappeared :( I'll try again! You found some amazing vintage treasures- I'm chuckling at the name of the store you went to. I'm sure my mom had similar patterns to the ones you found. I think you could frame some of the pictures/pages from the magazine and make a collection for your kitchen. Thanks for stopping by my blog- it's nice to 'meet you'! ~ Yvonne

Kim @ Cheap Chic Home said...

You've got me stumped on what to do with your treasures--I'm sure you'll come up with something!