Here is a close up of the lovely 1930s satin wedding dress I discovered yesterday. It is so unbelievably beautiful. My favorite part is how simple it is, no lace or beading fuss. It is for sale on my Etsy now, and the proceeds will REALLY help me finance my senior collection! So if you know a size 4-6 bride looking for a vintage dress in AMAZING condition, send her over to my store!
An old ripped up chair I found at the estate sale last week. I want to make time to go to some more this weekened! (since my critique will be over on Friday, wooh!)
Creeping inside 1920s mansions in Savannah today. This is why I love estate sales.
So I have a few new things in my shop! Mostly antique fabric/bedding that I planned to repurpose into new things, but never had the time! :( But if you are crafty, these are great to use for upcycling vintage garments, creating little coin purses, or whatever else you can think of. They are priced well, so check them out!
Maud Wagner, first known U.S. female tattoo artist, 1911