Sunday, 5 October 2008

AND THE LUCKY WINNER IS!!!

As duly promised, I put the names in a hat (well! a rather pretty dish actually!) and picked out the lucky winner.
The winner is the lovely lady from ~ Lace Hearts ~ (lacehearts.blogspot.com/)
Congratulations!!!!
She chose the name Angel-in -waiting (I think it will be Angel for short!) for the little doll found abandoned and lonely at the car boot.
If you would kindly email me with your address I can post your goodies on to you.
Its been very wet here, but we managed a couple of Car Boot sales that were indoors.
Look at these lovely little vintage hair slides - the butterflies are particularly sweet!





And how about the Hair net! real Grannie style, it even has a ribbon that ties under the chin!
Isn't it funny how fashions change - we wouldn't be seen dead going to bed in one of these today, yet they were common place not that long ago.




That's all for now - Bye xx


9 comments:

  1. Awww, how lovely - just got back from a w/e away and that's so fab. However, you must not tell Angel! lol. She posted her comment just before me, if I remember rightly, and she didn't think to suggest Angel!!! LMHO. I'll email you my addy now. Thank you. x

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  2. the butterflies are beautiful. i love visiting your blog to see what you have been upto and to see what you have been finding out at the carboot sales! dx.

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  3. well done Lace.
    I used to have the circular tortoise shell effect hair slides when I went to school probably late 70's.
    Yvonne

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  4. Well done to Lace Hearts! 'Yoo Hoo Lacey!!!!'

    aww what cute little slides. Are they for you? Or do you have someone in mind for the pretties?

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  5. Hi all, Yes the slides are so pretty. I've been messing about with them today - but I must admit to myself I just wouldn't wear them (as you know I mostly have a hat on - yes taken to wearing them indoors!!! what does that make me!!).So 'strike while the iron is hot' - think 'Credit Crunch' an all that - they are on Ebay!
    I keep thinking - well if they don't sell, but I know they will just end up in a drawer, and they are too nice for that!
    Thanks for the comments itsnice to know what you think, and share memories.

    X Vicky xX

    Oh and Yes Sharie I did get the Gem stones from the wonderful little shop in Valley!

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  6. Hi,
    Do you ever come across any good powder compacts from 1930-1980? I collect them (I have nearly a 100).
    Best wishes
    Andrea

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  7. Blimmin eck, that lacey is so Jammy.......... but we love her to bits.

    And yes i think Angel is the perfect name for Beauty.....lol

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  8. Just viewed your bogspot, i am very impressed. Over centralisation of food has mean't the loss of regional and seasonal variety, local crafts and a sense of belonging in the community. By producing from your own garden you have produced a garden of outstanding natural beauty which helps preserve, spreads, protects and increase the range of plant and animal species in your local area and provides them with a long-term future. What a magnificent haven for enquiring minds like minds.

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