Wednesday, June 30, 2010

Vintage 4th of July

This is my first blog party, with Joan from Anything Goes Here . Here is a vintage looking Lady, all decked out for the festivities. This fairy has been the foundation for many different pieces, over the years. If you know its origin, I'd like to give credit to the source. Happy Birthday America, and a safe and happy holiday to all.
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15 comments:

Ms Bingles said...

Luv it! Luv it! How original!
I am new at this too! Please come visit
my blog @ www.msbinglesvintagechristmas.com
Happy 4th to you and yours!
Leticia

Uncanny Festoon said...

Lovely she is!





Joy..............always

Joan@anythinggoeshere said...

She turned out great! Thanks for joining the party. Email me and we will work out how to add a link back to the party from your blog so your readers can find the other party participants. Look again at the instructions for linking up and see if that helps.

I looked at those things on Annie's blog. i don't know what they are!

It was fun visiting with you at Elkhorn. xo Joan

Sweet Bee Cottage said...

Happy 4th of July to you! Love your little vintage lady!

~~Carol~~ said...

She's so lovely, like a patriotic fairy! Did you make her? She must be the star of your holiday decorations!
Happy 4th!
Carol~~Old Glory Cottage

Cheryl~ZanyMayd said...

How Beautiful ~ She is Perfectly Patriotic!
"God Bless America" Happy 4th...

Geralyn Gray said...

Oh she is extra special.....happy fourth of JUly!!!!

tikascm said...

Lovely, Lovely!! Have a wonderful & safe 4th.

Theresa @ 612Riverside said...

She is gorgeous! Happy 4th! Theresa

Tallulah's Antique Closet said...

She is a very nice find. And perfect for the partay! Have a great 4TH.........Julian

Sarah said...

She's a beauty! Happy 4th of July! ~ Sarah

E. Charlotte said...

Oooh! She's very pretty! Thanks for sharing. :)

Kristal said...

This is gorgeous! Did you make her? Very, very lovely! Hope to see you at my little party too!

~♥~
Kristal

Gina at Vintage Junk in My Trunk said...

I love your patriotic fairy! This was my favorite item from the 4th of July blog party, and I linked to her on my blog. Can't wait to see her at the next holiday!

Ornate Splendor said...

Love this whole idea! Would also love to know the source. Thanks for sharing this. Catherine (new follower)