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Monday, 13 January 2014

Past Finds In A New Year

It's hard to believe we're almost through the first half of January.  I have not made it to many second hand stores in this new year.  The finds I'm posting are finds I found in the past year.

I found this paperweight at a Antique Mall and I've added to my growing collection.  I call it floating flowers because the flowers actually float above the specks of color you can see.  This was the best picture I could get.

I'm calling this my tree with tea strainers it's actually different tea strainers on a avocado color mug tree.

I lied I actually did find this teapot with a built in tea strainer this month.  The teapot has a very mid modern look to it.

This enamel brooch has joined my collection.  If I find enough enamel brooches I'm thinking of making a bouquet with them as part of my wedding decorating.

My cousin held the family Christmas dinner this year so I took some fast shots of his mid modern look, the above pictures are a fast glance of his place.

The above pictures are some of his home décor that I've posted before.

This is his gas pump decorated for Christmas.

 Thank you for taking the time to drop by.


  1. Hi Denise,

    I deleted your duplicate entry, and I corrected the link. (You had an old one inserted!) It's obvious that life is a bit hard for you at this time. Breathe. Count your blessings and get back to being Denise again.

    Happy Blue Monday!

  2. I really like your tea strainer tree, and the lamp in the pic of your cousins house is awesome!

  3. I love how you displayed your tea strainers. I'd love to have one like your tea pot strainer. All very cute.

  4. Your cousins house looks like a ton of fun and a treasure trove of goodies. I had a couple of those pins in the 70's...Groovy!


  5. I ♥ your tea strainer collection!

  6. Great idea to display your tea strainers on a mug tree, love that! I also love that sofa and the gas pump. Pinning to my Link Party Features Board. Glad you didn't wreck! Thanks so much for sharing this at my History & Home Link Party. Hope to see you again on Tuesday. Take care - Dawn @ We Call It

  7. Love the tea strainer tree! Your vintage finds are marvelous and your cousin's home looks terrific! I do appreciate you sharing with A Return to Loveliness,

  8. Your collection of tea strainers is wonderful! I don't think I've ever seen one in the shape of a teapot. Love it!
    Mary Alice

  9. Thanks for the shout out, Denise. I love, love, love that teapot shaped tea ball. Adorable!

    <3 Jackie @ Let's Go Thrifting


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