We have so much vintage goodness to share with you all. As always, click on the photos and links.
First up, an oldie but goodie from the Florida contingent, no known copyright restrictions, the "Steinmetz" Christmas card!
It's followed by one of our favorite putz houses from Howard Lamey--the clock tower putz, an oldie but goodie. See more of Howard's work at this link: www.littleglitterhouses.com
And that's followed by a close-up of Dianne's 2014 Christmas tree--festooned with dozens of antique and vintage bird ornaments.
And if you are looking for the spun glass tail replacements, you will find them at Blumchen here. Again, click on the photos and links.
P.S. You can find more photos of Dianne's 2014 vintage putz village here--just keep scrolling all the way down the page when you get there.
Ornament box dioramas! CLICK HERE.
Love the graphics on this Ready Cut Vintage Paper Garage; click here
Video 1946 Bubble lights; with the box----CLICK HERE
WORTH LOOKING AT AGAIN--LEE'S ART DECO CITY HALL PUTZ, outstanding---EVERYTHING about this is just so right and spot on
See it at https://www.cardboardchristmas.com/forums/viewtopic.php?f=2&t=1730
LIONEL TRAINS AND WARTIME RESTRICTIONS, TWO FAB ITEMS AT THE BIG INDOOR TRAIN FORUMS HERE
Had a request for the tutorial on making crepe paper “girls”; here it is again—but you should save it as file—don’t know how long it will be around—courtesy of Blumchen--CLICK HERE
REMEMBERING JEAN ARTHUR; MORE HERE
BAMBI 1941--ANOTHER RARE AND WONDERFUL FIND FROM OUR FRIENDS AT EUROPEAN FILM STAR POSTCARDS; CLICK HERE
SEE THE LAST EDITION OF MORE FABULOUS VINTAGE WEBSITES, FINDS, ETC. FROM EVERYTHING CROTON HERE.
Thank you so much for the link to the spun glass tails at Blumchen. I have been lucky enough to have found eight vintage glass birds at a tag sale, all without their tails. That Blumchen site is fantastic and a great resource.ReplyDelete