• Digital & Mixed Media Artist •

• Digital & Mixed Media Artist •



Friday, January 11, 2013

A Few of My Favorite Things

I Love  Knowing That I am Holding 
a Small Piece of the Past.
It wasn't until I got Older 
that I started to
 Appreciate History .
I some times Wish 
I could take All of my 
High School History Classes
 Over Again 
Because I Think Now 
I would Actually Pay Attention!
Do you ever Wonder About 
the History of an Item?
The Journey it made
 to find its way t you?
I Wonder if in 1852 
this Godey's Lady's  Book
Was Read by an 
Elegantly Dressed Lady
Sitting in Her Morning Room Sipping Tea.
I am Always Amazed 
at the Beauty 
 and the Details
 of some of these
 Hand Carved
Pieces .
 Hope you All have a Wonderful Weekend!
Thank You for Letting Me Share a
 Few of my Favorite Things!


Sherry said...

I see so many things now that my mother had that belonged to her mother and how easily we gave things away or donated to charity or threw in the garbage! And now, here we are, at this age and looking back we appreciate so much what items were worth -- not just in a monetary sense.

Linda Ruthie said...

Those are some beautiful buttons. Lovely treasures!

Shelia said...

Hi Jill! What a lovely post with all the olden things. I love looking at these.
Be a sweetie,
Shelia ;)

Linda @ Itsy Bits And Pieces said...

Beautiful eye candy, Jill...LOVE the gorgeous buttons...

morkaren said...

Et meget fint indlæg, jeg elsker også gamle knapper, har et glas fuldt, som jeg ikke nænner at bruge. knus morkaren.

Dorthe said...

Such beautiful pieces and buttons Jill,-love the old book too- and am sure many lovely ladies have been reading while sipping tea !!

Jacqui said...

Those buttons are gorgeous! Yes, you are right, the older we get the more we appreciate these old treasures!

~*~Patty S said...

Lovely post Jill and it's so true about the items we rescue ... I enjoy knowing they will now have a nice new life :)

suziqu's thread works said...

Hello Jill and A Happy New Year to you too!
Yes I very often think about all these wonderful vintage and antique finds and, very often, the amount of work and dedication that went into their creations.
Aren't we lucky to be the new beholders of such beautiful finds like those buttons and that gorgeous book with enchanting images.
Enjoy as I know how much you appreciate them!
Sending hugs,

Sheila Earhart said...

Wow, absolutely gorgeous! Love your blog too!

Sheila in Oregon

In the Light of the Moon said...

It's wonderful to meet you.Found your beautiful work through Paper Whimsy and of course I then realized we both shared Somerset Studio Gallery.Your work is oh so lovely! Warmest Regards,Cat

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A Vintage Chic said...

Some of my very favorite things, too, my dear friend...and I loved history the first time around, if you can believe it--even majored in it!

Wishing you the most delightful day, Jill!



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