Wednesday, March 9, 2011

V is for Vintage

I'm joining Jenny over at Jenny Matlock for Alphabe-Thursday for the first time! I just couldn't resist joining in... After all V is for so many near and dear things to me...

V is for Virginia, my home state

V is for Vintage, which encompasses so many of my favorite treasures

vintage linens


vintage dishes





vintage photos


and we can't forget linens by Vera!

11 comments:

  1. V is for very cool post, too!

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  2. Hi! I'm your newest follower ... love your site! I love Virginia ... the Blue Ridge ... vintage everything (including me) ... and think I'll enjoy visiting from time to time. Thanks for sharing ... and for visiting me ... cause that let me find you!

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  3. Lovely china. The colors are so vibrant!

    Thanks so much for your visit!

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  4. You'd love me...I'm vintage!

    At least my kids and grandkids think so...

    Lovely dishes...

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  5. So many lovely vintage finds.

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  6. I love the colorful dishes but I'm not so big on vintage where I think modern is more vintage lol

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  7. I love all things vintage, especially dishes!

    =)

    PS. I'm pretty late for Alphabe-Thursday this week, so here's my link:
    Vistas

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  8. these are simply awesome.
    beautiful arts.

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  9. Welcome to Alphabe-Thursday! I joined on the letter V too--but that was during the last go-through of the alphabet! Beautiful pictures, BTW!

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  10. Oh no. I should have waited until St. Patricks day to read this so when I was green with envy it would save getting pinched!

    OMG! Those stacked mixing bowls, the cupboards filled with treasure, your linens...what a wonderful post.

    Welcome to Alphabe-Thursday and thank you for sharing your vintage finds with us. I would just smile all the time if I had those wonderful items to create tablescapes with.

    Gorgeous.

    Thank you for linking this week. I'm so glad you did.

    A+

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