I’m so excited for this months vintage + handmade market! My mom and I have been busy making all sorts of goodies for Saturday July 14th here in Denver, CO. So, if you’re around, definitely stop by and say hello! It runs from 9am-4pm at 4345 W. 46th Ave. Denver, CO 80212, in the parking lot behind Olinger Moore Chapel. It’s an outdoor market featuring over 115 Colorado artists, crafters and vintage collectors — with food trucks, interactive crafting and so much more! For more information go to http://www.horseshoemarket.com
I’ll have some new items there and some sales, so I hope to see you there! ♥rl
So, as you know, this past weekend my youngest brother graduated High School (yay!) and after the ceremony we were waiting for the restaurant to open, so we found this quaint little antique shop right across the street. We couldn’t resist! My dad, like me, loves antique and vintage hunting, and he has quite the collection to prove it. From early dentist chairs and wheel chairs to 1970’s knick knacks, you name it, he probably has it! I can’t believe I don’t remember the name of the shop, but I’ll be back and let you know. It was just full to the gills with tiny treasures… We could have spent all day in there.
I was going through my image bank and found these photos that I took this past Fall. They are some of my late granmother’s wonderfully-vintage things. It’s amazing how well she took care of her things, because everything was in such great condition! What’s better than finding these vintage beauties, you ask? Well, the fact that they were hers and not from a shop, means the world to me. I hope you enjoy this little peek into her world.
This week I wanted to feature several handmade bouquets, because I just love what I have found.
These white felt flowers really add that extra touch. I love the light pinks and greens…
…and you can’t forget the bridesmaids.
I’m in love with this handmade vintage brooch bouquet. Check it out over at the Wedding Chicks.
These paper bouquets are stunning! I love the mustard yellow and teal.
This monster flower really makes a statement. Find out how to make it on 100 Layer Cake.
I never would have thought to use handmade pinwheels as bouquet alternatives. So clever!
Simple and sweet.
Pine cones make a great and inexpensive winter wedding addition. See more pine cone decor over at Ruffled®.