There are some old photos that really speak to you; the beautiful Victorian woman to the right is one of them--and was so meant to be shared.
She's followed by something completely different: a 1922 ad for the Daisy Air Rifle.
We also learned today that Daisy Outdoor Products (known primarily as Daisy) was formed in 1888 to manufacture windmills. As a sales promotion, they started providing air guns with the purchase of each windmill--they were so popular, they began offering them for sale and the rest is history! Read more here http://bit.ly/1NcjRGC
And that's followed by another great putz house by Karl Fey; we can't stop looking at the clock house - just love the curved fence on this one.
Click on the photos and enjoy.
Yep, some of us have started decorating for autumn--and that means Halloween villages! Here are some links to appropriately themed paper models and putz houses:
---From PaperMau: Miniature haunted paper models by Ravensblight: http://bit.ly/1ijXWAt
--Welcome to Spook Hill putz house project page http://bit.ly/1NcotN4
--Matthew's 2010 Halloween decorations https://www.flickr.com/photos/matthew1und/albums/72157624993748113
--This guy does some really neat stuff! Check out the holiday/cardboard world of Mr. Bindlegrim http://www.bindlegrim.com/bindlegrim.php#
And an oldie but goodie from Rob and Monica's "saling" adventures in 2014: GOODBYE SEPTEMBER http://ouradventuresamongsttheducks.blogspot.com/2014/09/goodbye-september.html