Friday, October 1, 2010

*Friday Petit Flea*and Giveaway*


Bienvenue!

linking with a party Aujour'dui 

All these items I'll gladly keep in my home but am offering up in case a vintage-loving friend needs one of them :)
I'll send a paypal if anyone wants anything to your email.




Le Chateau de Chaumont is a French castle at Chaumont-

sur-Loire, Lori-et-Cher, France

This domed glass plaque is wonderfully vintage and has 

german glass glitter inside. 

~$14 includes ship in US~





My doll dress is a sweet find. 
I don't know my fabrics but this is a good one LOL. Nice little buttons and snaps on the back. 
~$12 shipped in the US~Sold thanks!

The blogfather refuses to let me upload anymore pics. 
So. 
You see two pairs of gloves...and a hanky?

These will be our giveaway :) 
Leave a comment and I'll draw a name when I get up in the a.m. (that would be Saturday :)

Three little lids I intend to frame (no glass) in a tiny row to hang in the kitchen unless one of you is dying to own them! 
One is transferware, my favorite one :) 
~12$ shipped in the US~


This little church under glass in a round plaque called my name yesterday. Plop, into the buggy...goin' home with me! 
Very vintage and hangable little chain. 
Romantique! 
(am I getting on your nerves?)
$9 shipped in the US~

Thanks for looking. I feel like one of those dice players who sling the dice out on the floor and says "Baby needs a new pair of shoes"!!!
Haha! 
Then...
SNAKE EYES! 
(maybe I've watched a little too much t.v.???) 




10 comments:

Cape Cod Rambling Rose said...

"Baby need a new pair of shoes!" lol You are getting nostalgic! Look at the nostalgia my kids have been watching on youtube ALL WEEK... lol!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zj1FifK3bbg&feature=related

(You now know what we've been singing in my house all week. And I had to tell them this cartoon was WAY before my time!) ;)

MosaicMagpie said...

Those three sweet little lids will be so cute framed. Doll dress is great. Would love to win the gloves.
Debbie

* French Farmhouse 425 * said...

*~*~*Lovely treasures!! LOVE your posts!! ~Hugs, Rachel ;)~*~*~*

Hilary @ Sweet as June said...

Thank you for visiting and following! I love your header! Happy Friday!

Kelly said...

Oh, the dress is adorable! I can sometimes find vintage dresses that fit my girls. Would it be possible to measure across the bodice of your dress? If it will fit either my medium or big girls, I definitely want it. Love the eyelet gloves too!

Thank you so much for your sweet comment on my blog! September was a crazy -- and fun -- month and I didn't have any time to post, but I'm going to try to do a catch-up post today.

Hugs,
Kelly

Kelly said...

Thank you for the measurements! It will fit my medium sized girls around, but is about 8" too long for them. However, I think that I could shorten it with some careful pintucks that won't compromise the dress, so I'd like to get it. Will an invoice to kelly_at_hedonia_dot_net work for you?

Thanks again!
Kelly

Girl Meets Paris said...

Thanks for the comment on my blog...now here's a comment from Paris...just had dinner on a cold, rainy, foggy night in Montmartre...bliss!
Your blog is lovely.

XXOO!
Teri @ www.girlmeetsparis.bloodspot.com

see you there! said...

You find the best stuff! Gloves? Hanky? Sign me up.

Darla

katskraps4kids said...

Oh, if I had just seen this earlier!!! I would have loved to have had that dress. Of course, maybe it's better that I didn't because I may have been buried with said dress if I'd bought it.

My husband doesn't "get" why I love these old things and it would have seemed useless to him but I can just see it on a hanger on my wall in my dream room... sigh...

Storybook Woods said...

Oh is the church still available? Clarice
storybookschool@hotmail.com