I finally got my thank you cards in the mail today. Hooray!
Here are some images of the little Girls' ruffled blouses that I made for part of my senior portfolio. Inspired by that good ol' vintage circus imagery, these little blouses are fun and full of personality. I hope you enjoy the photos as much as I enjoyed making them!
Thank you times a million Caitlin Betsy Bell, for the photos!
It came! It came! About a week ago I ordered this lovely 1940's Rex Fifth Avenue Flapjack Compact from a seller on Etsy. It was actually an exact replacement of a compact I had purchased at a local antique store about a year ago but sadly lost not long thereafter. I just love the dainty little design on the top and the fact that the compact is so big. I'm just so glad to have "it" back!
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Some fun history: This compact dates back to the 1940's, during WWII. The company was able to meet war restrictions with this compact by creating a non-metal case. Made in the USA. Hooray! I'm a happy girl.
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It's been a while since I've done anything not related to finishing up my senior portfolio...but now it's done! And today I had the pleasure of scrolling through some blogs that I haven't been able to keep up with lately. Here are some lovely photos I ooh'd and ahh'd over while scrolling through OnceWed today. love love love.
P.S. photos of work from my portfolio coming soon!