Welcome to Vintage Charm Party 21!
We invite you to share your vintage experiences--whether it’s your latest finds, crafts, or DIYs, we’d love to hear about it.
Link up your furniture flips, roadside finds, repurposed projects, collections, home decor and more!
We hope you'll follow our Vintage Charm Features and Favorites board, and check it every week. We don't just pin features, but many other posts we love as well. We want to build your traffic and popularity any way we can. Thanks so much to everyone who linked up. We were blown away by your awesome finds and creative projects ~ repurposed vintage heaven!
I'm a big fan of bringing the outdoors inside, so I love the idea of growing grass in a vintage scale. Inspired by everyone's favorite home design show, Liz from Home to Cottage shares her lovely planted display and how we can grow our own just in time for Easter. Drop by and check out the details!
Heidi from My Sweet Cottage shared three very delightful Easter ideas with us. First she shows us how to make tiny eggshell planters and vases (so sweet), then she shares how to make dinner napkins the easy way, and last of all she shares her favorite hostess gift and source. Pop over to see her inspiring ideas.
I was totally awed by Pili of My Sweet Things when I saw what she did to a salvaged Elizabethan chair that needed some real TLC. She brought out its great bones and turned it into a real statement chair! You need to hop on over to get the full story on how she got the chair, and trust me, you won't want to miss it!
Rheta at Vintage Eve's is a relatively new vintage blogger who writes informative posts about various vintage collectibles like this week's post Flip for Florence, all about [new to me] Florence Ceramics. These beautiful ladies are surprisingly valuable, well worth a second look should you see them when you are out shopping for vintage. Be sure to check out some of Rheta's other terrific posts including Fire King glass and Watts pottery.
I am always curious about the history of vintage things that I find, especially when there's writing on books or on postcards. Tina, from What We Keep was able to research the history behind her postcard from the past, and it was such a fun and interesting read. I thoroughly enjoyed it! Pop on over and check it out.
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