Thursday, March 4, 2010

What's New at the Cottage??

Easter Post Cards - just like they used a hundred years ago. I'm going to glitter and embellish mine and send them out just like they did back in that day. I love the old traditions and am so happy that the materials are available to copy them. These have the divided backing with lettering that is a replica of 1901. How sweet it would be to receive one of these in the mail!!

No, this is not life sized...it is American Girl sized. I covered this sweet chair in today's fabrics for your bookshelf or doll cabinet. Doesn't this just look good enough to curl up with a book in?


Made from a vintage bridal gown train, this beauty is a one-of-a-kind window treatment. Visualize this over your bed.......WOW.


Speaking of beds.........this is the yummiest covering you could ever wish for on your skin. This beauty is made of soft 4oo ct Egyptian cotton with French Lace ruffles on the top sheet and pillow slips. Dreamy.......

Another To-Die-For window treatment. This lovely has over 7 yards of quadruple (4) layered ruffles and lace. If you are a ruffle queen, this is the treasure for you. It's also dotted with lace appliques throughout.

Well, that's all I've been up to for the past week. To see more detail on the above treasures for your home, please join me for a cup of tea and browse to your heart's content at Aunt May's Cottage.




4 comments:

Connie said...

That's MORE than enough, Bertie!! Those are fabulous!!!
xoxo,
Connie

The Victorian Parlor said...

Bertie,

What lovely treasures you have created! I like them all!

Blessings,

Kim

Stephanie ~ Angelic Accents said...

The things you accomplish always amaze me! Love that sweet chair and the beautiful drapes, too! The vintage inspired post cards are lovely.

Big Hugs,
Stephanie
Angelic Accents

Dolly said...

WOW....WOW....WOW.....
those window treatments are soooooo BEAUTIFUL!
who would have thought!
You are so very creative sweetpea!
I am so inspired by you!
And I love that sweet lil chair.....fit for a tiny weeny princess!

Luvs ya,
Dolly