As always, some wonderful new finds, oldies but goodies, special requests and more.
Click on the photos and links.
First up, from
the early days of television, late 1950's, and an ad magazine known as
Sponsor, we bring you Hawkeye and the Last of the Mohicans, with John
Hart and Lon Chaney Jr. For more about Lon Chaney Jr., click here.
That's followed by a fabulous vintage Easter postcard, pre-1920's; colors still vivid, with very strong graphics.
Next, a close-up of OK PAT'S 2015 Fireplace Putz village; see the rest of it here. And finally some catalog pages from the Spencer Gifts catalog, the ladies Home Journal, 1963. Again, click on the photos and links.
OUTSTANDING DETAIL, miniature building http://bit.ly/1kfa3Kh
REALLY RECOMMEND spending time at TINY THINGS ARE CUTE; like the banner says: things you didn't know you wanted---or needed! So much for the putz house crafter too--CLICK HERE.
VINTAGE CATALOG: 1955 Aldens Dept. Store—chock full of 50’s glam, June Cleever dresses, baby doll shoes and more, courtesy of Rita Holcomb; MORE HERE
ORIGINAL VINTAGE CHICK CHICK EASTER DYING ENVELOPE; LOVELY GRAPHICS; MORE HERE
1939/1940 WESTERN AUTO CHRISTMAS CATALOG SET; THE TOYS AND BIKES ALONE ARE WORTH THE VISIT http://www.flickr.com/photos/zazdatabaz/sets/72157627400660071/with/8342658104/
WE LOVE THE OLD PLAYSETS FROM THE 50'S, 60'S AND 70'S--and while it's even better to find the originals, it's nice to know that there are some being re-issued today--made in the USA and many using the old molds and such....
Check out https://victorybuy.com/
Had this stew at a party not long ago---wonderful on a cold or rainy day....
Had to get the recipe for HOPPIN JOHN STEW; click here
GIRLFRIENDS MATTER, from LAUGHTER AND LEMONDROPS; love this one
News about remote control PUTZ HOUSE LIGHTING from Pete O; click here
And lest we forget....INTRODUCING HOBBYCUTTERS DOT COM, A NEW ONE FROM PAUL RACE--
Craftcutters like Silhouette's Cameos® and ProvoCraft's Cricuts® were
initially designed for the purpose of cutting vinyl and other materials
for craft projects, but since then, they have found many other uses and
become much more flexible and robust.
Although many hobbyists are adopting more sophisticated products like 3d printers and laser-based woodcutters, there is still room for the sorts of things craftcutters do well. This site is intended to:
-Help hobbyists who are just getting into craftcutters make good choices and avoid both common mistakes and popular myths,
-Suggest ways to use craftcutters' capabilities in model-building and related hobbies,
-Provide templates and other downloadable files that will help you make quick pro
SEE AND READ MORE AT https://hobbycutters.com/index.htm
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