As always, some wonderful finds, oldies but goodies and more. Click on the photos and links.
Always worth a second and third look--yes, it's new but we love the effect on this large putz church--it's part of the
outstanding 2014 Christmas display from flickr friend,
MatthewUnd, all rights reserved. See much more--it's all very charming and done with great
care--lots of new putz houses too and plenty of inspiration--just click here.
It's followed by a most curious 1871 ad for the new and improved "Merry Christmas Stove" (clever marketing!?), as well as a 1934 ad featuring Santa Claus and Corona typewriters--and a VERY EFFECTIVE piece of 1930's illustration for Lifesavers Candy---when "lime" was a new and exciting flavor! Again, click on the photos and links.
BEFORE THE INVENTION OF ENVELOPES, THE LOST ART OF LETTERLOCKING! READ MORE HERE.
is bringing out their fall and Halloween preview merchandise--now admittedly there's a
lot of things here you will have zero interest in, but every now and
We've been having so much fun at this site called ULTRA SWANK...
Check out these Christmas links and more--WE DO LOVE CHRISTMAS WITH BARBIE 1964-1968; more here AND RETRO CHRISTMAS, A RETRO MUSIC COMPILATION http://www.ultraswank.net/compilation/retro-christmas
AND OF COURSE, -RETRO AIRLINE AND AIR HOSTESS FLIGHT BAGS; MORE HERE
In case you missed it, a miniature plaster house from PAPERGLITTERGLUE
AND JUST BECAUSE WE NEVER GET TIRED OF LOOKING AT ALL THE 1950'S CHRISTMAS VILLAGE AND DECORATING GOODNESS OF CORA BAITLER...CLICK HERE
TO SEE THE LAST EDITION OF MORE FABULOUS VINTAGE WEBSITES, FINDS, ETC. FROM EVERYTHING CROTON, CLICK HERE.
FROM STEVE, A QUICK MD-SUMMER PROJECT; MORE HERE
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