Monday, September 17, 2012

Creamy Delicious Vintage Linens and Lace

Creamy vintage linens and lace are such  lovely things.
They are so pretty....
to the eye....
and to the touch.
You can do such wonderful things with old lace....

I put some of my collection in a huge jar to make a pretty display.

You can use vintage lace
 to tie old books together in a bundle.

It looks down-right fetching with 
Creamware and Milk Glass!


And happy day, jump up and turn around news!

I am so excited! I get to learn from not just one amazingly gifted lady....
 but five
creative and generous ladies!
 I have been sick with a really nasty virus, 
my bank card got hacked
[thankfully didn't lose any money]. 
Didn't feel like even checking my email this morning!
 So when I opened Tracey's post and saw my name listed as one of the winners.....

I will leave you with one of my favorite groups
singing 'Happy Day'!
 Because it is a happy day even if you don't win a give away and you have a virus and some nitwit far away that you don't even know tries to hack your bank card.....
because He's Alive!

Hope your week is blessed
 and that you have a happy day!

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Gina said...

Creamy delicious is the perfect title for this post. The lace & linens look lovely in the glass jar.
Congrats on your win!

Debbiedoo's said...

Lace and lucky girl:) Thanks for sharing with my party.

Kathy Moody said...

Your lace & linens are beautiful in the jar. What a great idea. I have a jar just like this. You've inspired me to make it pretty. :)
Your newest follower from Debbiedoo's.

Pam - @diy Design Fanatic said...

Very pretty vignettes are pretty. Love the linens and lace in the jar.Stopping by from Tabletop Tuesday.

GinaBVictorian said...

Hi Audrey! Never thought of showing off lace and linens in a large jar. Good idea. Thanks for sharing! Gina

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Jennelise said...

Beautiful! I love old lace. The way you have displayed them in the jar is so pretty and I love the lace trim spilling from the book. Lovely!

Debbie@Debbie-Dabble and A Debbie-Dabble Christmas said...

Love how you displayed the lace in a jar!!

Great idea and it looks beautiful!!


Jann Olson said...

Congrats on the great win and hope you are feeling better. Hate those darn hackers! I love vintage lace and gnab it whenever I run across any. Looks luscious in your jar. I store ribbons in a large jar, but really love the lace! Thanks for sharing with Share Your cup.

Pamela said...

It looks so pretty! As always thanx for sharing at THT!

Pondside said...

I'm glad to read that your day got better with the win!
I have a collection of tatted and lace edgings as well - I'll have to think about ways to use them.

Jane@Cottage at the Crossroads said...

Oh my! I would never have thought to display lace and crocheted items in a jar but it is just lovely. Congrats on winning! By the way, your photographs all look dreamy and creamy! Hope you feel better now.

Connie said...

I am so excited about finding your blog . . . except for the fact that you haven't blogged for a while. I love your tea pot. I too love collecting beautiful things like, tea pots, cups, linens, and plates. I love anything Shabby French and Romantically English Cottage.
I am your newest follower and I would be even more excited if you were to follow me back.
Your newest blogging sister, Connie :)

Anita @ Cedar Hill Ranch said...

Oh those photos are so pretty.

Rebecka Evans said...

Hi Audrey, I was checking out some new bloggers today and found you! You have a lovely blog with wonderfully diverse content. I'm looking forward to digging deeper into your site. I hope you stop by my blog and follow back.

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