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the monkey in a polka-dot bow...
Out of these 1920's era Valentine's Day cards, he is my favorite.
Although I also really like the one with the tongue sticking out,
and when you spin the ball the seal is balancing--it looks like a kaleidoscope!
The yellow circle behind the monkey turns.
Here he is choosing his apple...
And then opening wide to eat it.
The once-a-writer in me loves the pen nib on this rusty tin.
Even if it is for Penn's Tobacco.
I loved this old dartboard.
I'm going to use it as a note board to hold photos in my kids' room.
I've always wanted a ravioli form, but I never got around to buying one!
Isn't the box cute?
This book is missing some pages,
but I actually plan on framing a few of the illustrations.
Like a lot of little girls, my daughter Addie is obsessed with kittens!
And I am obsessed lately with closets-turned-book-nooks...
like the one here. That's what the illustrations will be used for.
Can't wait to get started on that project.
I loved the cheerful colors and illustrations in this book, too.
And it comes with a cute little record. Although I have yet to listen to it.
I want a record player really badly.
A vintage Origami book from the 60's.
Being that we live by the ocean, this whale would be
a good one to make :)
A really cute vintage purse.
I've already begun adding an odd array of kitschy brooches
to liven it up ;)
This little bendy doll is so cute.
Her hair matched so I had to tuck her into a pocket.
The inside is lined with sweet floral fabric.
Here is another vintage purse I found.
My hubby found this old Crush soda bottle for me.
I really like the label!
Lastly, a stack of vintage kid's trivia cards
There are lots of cute graphics on them...
This one is one of my favorite illustrations.
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You can find lots more vintage at Her Library Adventures.