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Friday, February 18, 2011

On the receiving end.

From the 'Winter fabric sampler swap' over at A Swap for all Seasons and my partner was Wendy Aspinall of Bliss angels. She made this very artsy wonderfully shabby with a paris theme for me. We were asked to do a 5x7 (fabric as the base) sampler. Interestingly we both put the eiffel tower on our samplers for each other.
Some of the pretty things I got for my birthday, on February 13th.

From the first quarter of YOE swap site. My partner crocheted me a beautiful snowflake for the dressed in Winter ornament and then she also sent me a lovely battenburg lace curtain, and these tags and vintage postcards. Thanks to Courtney for this.
Here is the darling sign that Kristin over at signssalvage.blogspot.com sent me for my birthday.  We actually have the same birthday.  I just love her vintage signs, and am the proud owner of 3 of them now.  Thanks so much Kristin.                      
This primitive beauty was made for the Thimbleprims old fashioned doll swap. She was made by Mary Mattis of polkadothillmusings.blogspot.com. She is holding a basket of sewing notions, and a small sample of the quilt she is working on. And then she added vintage buttons to the tag explaining her. 
                                                                                  These two very lovely framed pieces were given to me by my good friend Camille Leavitt. They are rare around here.  I don't know much about them, but have been admiring them when we have gone antiquing together.  I love the domed glass.  and the backgrounds give them such a great 3-D effect.  Thanks so much for this wonderful birthday present!
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Anonymous said...

Beautiful images and old fashioned doll, I lake it!
Kisses and happy weekend.

Jacqui said...

What pretty things you got for your Birthday!! Lovely swap from Wendy

Lynn @The Vintage Nest said...

what wonderful things you got for your birthday! No...the eggs aren't for a swap although I would love to do one soon. Still busy trying to stock my new antique booth and time is crazy right now. I wish you a very (belated) Happy Happy Birthday. :) xo

The Polka Dot Closet said...

Wow, you won the lottery with all of those gifts, I swear if it was not for bloggers we would get very few gifts. the pictures your friend gave you are rare, you don't see them very often, I think they are called silhouettes, and curved glass makes it all the more valuable. You asked about paint on metal, I use that Rustoleum 2X the coverage, a spray coat of primer and then a spray coat or 2 of Heirloom white.


Marie Lost Bird Studio said...

Hi Michele,
happy belated BIRTHDAY to you!Beautiful fabric book you received from Wendy.You can find tutorials on youtube for soldered charms.
Have a wonderful Sunday.

val said...

oh what a lovely bunch of goodies! I love the snowflake Courtney made....hope you post it on the YOE blog! Happy Valentine's Day and Happy Birthday albeit belated!

Anonymous said...

Very talent ladies on this group. Lovely what you received.

Happy Belated Birthay and Valentines day.

Love your page of blogs. I am a follower of you but not a dooer in your group. You sure have alot of very talent ladies. Sure cannot compare my work to them. Heavens No. Hugs for a Peachy weekend.

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