I cannot believe I haven't done a blog post since January. It's been a longggggggg time. The past several months I took lots of time to create tons of wonderful new treasures.
Michelle from Rose Petals and Blooms and I decided to sell at the Springfield, OH Extravaganza last month (May). Michelle drove all the way from WVA to Boston to pick me up, then we loaded up her van, and drove right back to WVA. Once there, she and I and her DH loaded up a 16' box truck and went on our road trip to Springfield, OHIO.
The show was great. We sold tons of home decor and hand made pretties. Everything from Pink Fairy Chairs to hand-made Bridal roses. A vast array of "one-of-a-kind" hand-made and vintage treasures were sold to people from around the world.
Once I returned home (several weeks ago), I took some much need rest. SERIOUS REST!! I thought I would never get out of that bed. BUTTTTT, I am back and going strong. I have so many stunning, new, creations for you.
I will be uploading the photos here everyday. You will find the items for sale in my Treasuresheirlooms.netshop. If you don't see the item there and are interested, just email me and I will tell you when I will be listing it for sale.
If you are contemplating purchasing an item from me on Etsy, it would be easier for me if you purchased it directed from my website. But the choice is yours, as Etsy does take credit cards which most people really find helpful.
Until then my sweet friends, enjoy your Sunday. Here are a few "mini" photo shoots I did today. Enjoy.
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How beautiful is this ornate, wooden stationery box is gorgeous. These stunning boxes were an essential item for Victorian ladies. A place to hide their secret "love letters" or their "special jewels".You don't find them in such pristine condition very often. I was so lucky to have found this stunning stationery box.
The top is a beautiful Catherine Klein roses picture and the inside is a mirror which is in great vintage condition.The original hardware is still intact which adds the perfect charm and finishing touches. It is quite large and roomy which is also another lovely feature. I have freshened it up with a light "Linen White" creamy chalk paint. Wouldn't this gorgeous piece look stunning on your writing desk, vanity or sideboard!
The "Visions of Sugarplums, Sweet Candy Shop" is a feast for the senses. It is playful, whimsical, fun and looks so tempting you may think you can eat it, BUT you can't. Lots of sugar, no calories.
Sugar glittered ice cream cones, cupcakes, gumdrops, candies, pastel birdies, hand-made roses and well, just about a little of everything sweet your sweet tooth craves. Creamy white, maribou fur is tucked amongst the confectionery delights creating a soft, airy, and whimsical style. Imagine how gorgeous this "one-of-a kind" treasure would look in your kitchen, nursery, studio, a little girl's room or anywhere you choose to add a touch of sweet whimsy.
Perfect for your sweet, holiday home, decor and a gorgeous treasure to display throughout the year. I love the look of this wreath and it is breath-taking in person. You will never find anything like this lovely anywhere on the web. I hope you love it as much as I enjoyed creating it. Find it here at:
What is sweeter than an adorable snowman during the holiday season. Cute as a button, The Happy Snowman adorns a wreath packed with fun and vintage treasures. A gorgeous combination of soft peachy/pink bottle brush wreaths and a glittered heart join together with creamy winter white and gold treasures.
I began creating this wreath with a antique wedding gown lace for softness and the perfect vintage feel. Then I went to work creating with all the lovelies that make my heart pitter patter.
Vintage mercury glass ornaments, fluffy white birds, glittered snowflakes, and creamy white bottle brush trees were flocked with snow. Ivory strands of pearls and large golden beads were draped throughout to add the perfect touch of elegance.
Everywhere you look on this gorgeous wreath is a feast for the eyes. A final touch of vintage mica and snowflakes, along with just the right amount of "magic glitter" and this stunning wreath was ready for a loving, new home.