isn't it terrific...
I was thrilled to win this and can't wait to give it a go. I love that 70's toadstool, it will look so cool on our couch when I finish it. Brittany writes a thoughtful blog about her attempts to live a more purposeful life, and she does this without being the least bit preachy.My Unintentional Life is well worth checking out...you should see the groovy jumper Brittany is giving away this week. I wonder if it's possible to win twice?
Now back to business, here's the rest of the treasure we found on the weekend...
rustic old saw horses
wonderful eau de nil(ish) colour
the base for my new desk
And how's this for barkcloth?
and some detail because it's just so lovely...
A little leaf-shaped dish
early plastic and that green again
Vintage post-cards, most of them from Roma
I like to use these as gift tags
Kohlbrand Bridge Hamburg Germany
Look at the architecture of this amazing modernist bridge!
excuse my shadow...
This little cross-stitch looked so sad and dusty in the op-shop, but after a good clean I think it looks quite sweet and I'm glad we decided to give it a home...
Bought this mainly for the frame. I think it actually used to hang on a wall in a train station because it has holes drilled directly into the glass...
The last treasure I'll show you was a freebie, picked up from someone's verge
more concrete for our garden!
this time a little bore stained bird bath
another "quick stop the car!" moment
very heavy, but to me worth the struggle
And that's it, apart from yet another t. towel
I quite like this one...
would like a bit more rain here in Perth though. Please.