As always, some wonderful finds, oldies but goodies, special requests and more. Click on the photos and links.
First up, the 2020 Homage to Woolworth's at Valentine's Season....boy do we miss those old five and dime stores! See close-ups and more retro and vintage Valentine goodness from this display here.
Next a fabulous 1957 department store toy department display, complete with space guy AND BONGO MONKEY! Thanks Barb!
That's followed by Lee's very creative PUTZ UNDER GLASS.
And finally some fab old typeface symbols from 1924. Again, click on the photos and links.
Looks what Howard's been up to in case you missed it---new 2020 Dolly House Repros! More here!
And look what Pete uncovered---the old raffia fences on the vintage made in Japan cardboard putz houses were WOVEN NOT SEWN SEE MORE HERE!
FOR THOSE OF YOU THINKING ABOUT YOUR SPRING AND EASTER DISPLAYS ALREADY(!), A SPRING FLOWERING TREE FROM FROM LUCY; CLICK HERE
A "ROOF THATCHING" TUTORIAL FROM CHRISTMAS NOTEBOOK! CLICK HERE
FOR THOSE OF YOU WHO LIKE THE OLD CREPE PAPER TREAT CUPS (ALSO KNOWN AS UT CUPS), BLUMCHEN STILL HAS SOME, IN LIMITED COLORS, IN STOCK -- CLICK HERE
AND CHECK OUT THE "VALENTINE VILLA" TUTORIAL AT PAPER GLITTER GLUE HERE
TO THE PERSON LOOKING FOR THOSE LINKS ON THE "OLD WAX CYLINDER RECORDINGS" YOU WILL FIND THEM ALL AT https://oldchristmastreelights.com/forums/viewforum.php?f=20&sid=63cfb58a377df4a2279fba0e4c1a4d82
PUTZ IN VERMONT HAS FINISHED THAT VERY SPECIAL LIGHTING PROJECT---MAKE YOU SURE YOU CHECK OUT ALL THE PAGES FROM START TO FINISH! CLICK HERE
SEE THE LAST EDITION OF MORE FABULOUS VINTAGE WEBSITES, FINDS ETC. FROM EVERYTHING CROTON HERE
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Great stuff, thanks for the links to the thatching and lighting articles!ReplyDelete