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Saturday, February 27, 2010
The pertinent information is as follows: the paper measures 20 1/4 inches wide and is UNPASTED as was all wallpaper from this era. It is in excellent condition, not at all brittle. It will arrive rolled up, in uncut lengths based on how many yards you wish to purchase. The color on the close up picture is the most accurate depiction.
PRICE: $12/yard which will include shipping to U.S. addresses. If you are out of the U.S., please email me and I can let you know how much extra first class international postage to your location will be.
When you click on Add to Cart, you will be redirected to Paypal. At that time, you may indicate the quantity of yards you wish to purchase. Quantity is limited, so don't miss out!
Thank you for indulging the merchant in me. I might also add that I have begun selling on eBay again after a 4 month hiatus, seller name french*laundry. Check it out when you have the chance as I have some truly lovely feminine antiques. Perhaps we can manifest spring by looking at everyone's lovely offerings over at How Sweet the Sound where Beverly is hostessing another fun Pink Saturday. Stop by and enjoy on this snowy weekend.
Until next time,
Saturday, February 13, 2010
Happy Valentine's Day and Happy Pink Saturday! As we prepare to share a day of love with our spouses, boyfriends, and significant others, I thought I would share a little of my home decor with you. The sweet little bisque doll above has her quiver at the ready just for our special romantic day.
I just purchased this incredible hand painted Limoges trinket box from the amazingly talented china painter, Sara Miesner of Our Cottage Garden. Although this beauty resides with me, you can find similar items here.
Colorado Springs artist Stan Awbry painted this most delicious cherub and roses painting. It resides in my pretty parlor. He really has the spirit of the Victorian rose painters down-and he's a guy! Go figure...
These little sweeties grace a bookshelf that, until last week, held primitive salt glazed crocks. I think this better reflects who I am right now. I smile everytime I look at these little darlings...
Lastly, I have made up this pink wooden heart that is covered with a mosaic of vintage china and one of my original collages under glass. It brings a smile to me every time I look at it and, if it makes you smile too, it can be purchased here.
I hope you have a wonderful Valentine's Day with your special someone. Before you do though, be sure to pop by Bev's place at How Sweet the Sound and check out the other Pink Saturday participants. It should be an awesome week to make the rounds!
Until next time,