Now announcing a brand new contest for all you treasury-hounds! Check out the great prizes below provided by Bonfire Vintage.

1st Prize- $50 giftcard to Bonfire Vintage and a feature about you and your Etsy shop on my blog.
2nd Prize- A feature about you and your Etsy shop on my blog.
3rd Prize- Free link to your shop on my links page.

What do you have to do?
Create an Etsy treasury featuring at least one item from our shop. You can include any other vintage items, handmade items, and supplies. We're looking for originality & creativity! The best curated treasury wins. Deadline: June 30th, 2013

For more information on how to enter, go to our contest page for details.

Picture1920s print from Minneapolis Tribune featuring Earl Christy's work
Hello lovelies!

About a month ago I went on a lovely weekend birthday vacation to a cabin way up north on Lake Superior. Many friends came along (not even minding the still five feet of snow on the ground due to the ignorant and rude winter of Minnesota). On our drive back from this great occasion, my sister and I stopped at this old barn antique store. As so often happens, I find several things I'd love to own, but find reasons to forgo such purchases such as lack of room, lack of space, lack of a place to put it, etc. However, on this day, I found something that truly spoke to me. I found a lovely 1920s print from the Minneapolis Tribune featuring work by Earl Christy. It had a 50% sticker attached to it with a sale price of $12. I fell in love, bought it as a birthday gift for myself, had it matted, and framed. 

I have recently moved into a world war II era house and have been in desparate want for something to do besides unpacking. house is currently a small cityscape of piled boxes and black trash bags that sends my mind reeling. My cats like it though.

Anyways, I decided I'd look for some 1920s/1930s inspiration for decorating my new home on Etsy...and boy did I find it! Check out some of these lovely decor pieces from Etsy sellers all over.

My 1930s Home Etsy Treasury


You will find new and delicious 1960s/70s gowns in the shop today! Check out these fantastic black satin vintage gown by designer Jonathan Logan! 

Jonathan Logan designed and manufactured a long line of young women's dresses-- usually classic and dressy. The company was founded in 1944 and ended in 1974.

A fan of Mad Men? Can you not picture Megan or Joan in this sizzling hot dress? I can. And it rocks. Pair this gorgeous 1960s black dress with a large flower brooch or pair of satin stilettos. You won't be sorry.

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