First up, from our friends at European Film Star Postcards...Sally Forest....an American film, stage, and TV actress of the 1940s and 1950s. She is best known for the films she made with Ida Lupino and Fritz Lang. READ AND SEE MORE HERE.
Forest is followed by an oldie but goodie---a fabulous faux flattie by Howard Lamey---The Lamplighter---then see it from start to finish here http://bit.ly/1awdjRE
And finally some putz house inspiration---the 1958 Better Homes & Gardens cover with some fabulous mid-century modern architecture. Again, click on the photos and links.
Three outstanding streamlined Dinky toy train sets http://bit.ly/1E2lKSB
1963 Fleer Baseball card set; can't you just taste that awful pink bubblegum that came with them----click here.
JUST LOVE THIS SPUN COTTON CARROT EASTER ORNAMENT TUTORIAL---so many applications; CLICK HERE
OLD TIME PAPER EASTER GRASS FROM BLUMCHEN; HAS A NICER EFFECT THAN THE SYNTHETIC STUFF I THINK--CLICK HERE
NOW THIS absolutely has putza-bilities. Click here.
AND ANOTHER FAB POST FROM TOYS & STUFF: Marx Toys (aka New Marx, Modern Marx, Marx of Miami) Playset No, 3538 No. 1
Check out Brian's repro putz house--an oldie but goodie from 2013---this one is amazing. Click here.
A YOUTUBE TUTORIAL VIDEO---fantastic alternative to bottle brush trees--DIY How to make Christmas Tree with Glitter Foam Sheet|Christmas Tree|DIY Christmas Decoration Ideas---CLICK HERE.
MORE FABULOUS VINTAGE WEBSITES, FINDS, ETC. FROM EVERYTHING CROTON HERE.
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thanks for the you-yube links. it's a great resource for those kind of interesting how to projects.ReplyDelete