it was worth it

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the last few days have been full of grunt work, organizing and paring down. so of course blogging is taking it’s back of the bus status. seems like whenever i get here someone knocks, calls or (worst) looks over my shoulder! i’m alone now and furiously writing for this brief shining moment when i can be here!

anyway in the midst of my grunting, i found a missing envelope with these antique perfume labels i got in paris a few years ago (and thought they were gone forever). finding them changed my day. the work!

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on another note, my friend carol,

(have you seen this)?

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turned me on to her friend Gay, at i dreamed i saw, a beautiful site filled with lovelies from other sites. great resource! god the internet is filled with beauty. go get lost if you have some time…

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one final note: made by girl just stopped by and is printing eco friendly cards. so sweet too!

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we’re exchanging links. if you’d like to do the same let me know! if we’re friends and i don’t have your link up please tell me!

xoc

ps

i was just surfing ebay (i confess i have developed an obsession for something, tell ya later). but anyway, for those of you who sell on it, check out collectibles and home decor
it’s a list of what’ hot, the top searches in the world. cheat sheet to the world’s yard sale!

November 28, 2007. 1920's, art, Design, Fleamarkets, illustration, Marie Antoinette, Paris, Paris Trip.

14 Comments

  1. ladyjicky replied:

    How lovely you found those beautiful perfume labels! I really enjoyed the famous ladies – paint and screen. Very clever.

  2. jennnifer ramos replied:

    thank you so much for the support and letting others know about the earth friendly designs! so glad to be part of your site, just added you to my blogroll!

    Jen Ramos
    ‘Earth Friendly DESIGNER Cards’
    http://www.madebygirl.com

  3. Annechovie replied:

    Great post! I have added your link to my site and would love to exchange with you! Thanks!

  4. Barb replied:

    Me, too, please! I’ve had your link on my site for awhile now. Love your blog!

  5. le petit cabinet de curiosites replied:

    As always , lovely post with lovely antiques , and lovely ideas ..

  6. Chic and Charming replied:

    Those perfume labels are lovely!

  7. Linda from ::Surroundings:: replied:

    Love the labels as well! Would love it if you would consider adding my link. Thanks!

  8. Irene replied:

    Bonjour!
    Would you please consider adding my link? Yours is on my sidebar.

  9. Irene replied:

    I almost forgot. The perfume labels are beautiful. My mum used to collect such things. At the time I thought it was useless clutter. It seems you must get to near the 40s to begin appreciating things!

  10. Terry replied:

    Just found your blog and am so glad I did – so inspiring! Would love to exchange links with you. Merci beaucoup!!

  11. Daisy Cottage replied:

    psssst, Claudia…
    we’re friends! (and neighbors) ;-)
    Your blog has been gracing my sidebar very nicely!
    xo,
    Kim

  12. Nerissa replied:

    Thank you for all the beautiful links.
    I love the perfume bottle labels. That would make my day too!
    Nerissa

  13. rochambeau replied:

    Swoon the perfume labels.
    Love them!

  14. {this is glamorous} replied:

    Those perfume labels are beautiful!

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