(Mostly) Wordless Wednesday :: Happy Easter!

Happy Easter from Living Vintage - featuring 12 images that remind me of Easter.

 Hope you have a fabulous Easter weekend!

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Happy Easter from Living Vintage - featuring 12 images that remind me of Easter.spring flowers

 

Happy Easter from Living Vintage - featuring 12 images that remind me of Easter.new life

 

Happy Easter from Living Vintage - featuring 12 images that remind me of Easter.chocolate treats

 

Happy Easter from Living Vintage - featuring 12 images that remind me of Easter.brand new outfits for Easter

 

Happy Easter from Living Vintage - featuring 12 images that remind me of Easter.Easter egg hunts

 

Happy Easter from Living Vintage - featuring 12 images that remind me of Easter.Easter eggs decorated with napkins

 

Happy Easter from Living Vintage - featuring 12 images that remind me of Easter.Easter greetings

 

Happy Easter from Living Vintage - featuring 12 images that remind me of Easter.vintage tin toy

 

Happy Easter from Living Vintage - featuring 12 images that remind me of Easter.Easter tree

 

Happy Easter from Living Vintage - featuring 12 images that remind me of Easter.Easter dinner

 

Happy Easter from Living Vintage - featuring 12 images that remind me of Easter.Easter bunnies

 

Happy Easter from Living Vintage - featuring 12 images that remind me of Easter.resurrection, the reason for Easter

 

Friday Favorites

Friday Favorites - Living Vintage - Date unknown (yet) - 3

It’s been awhile since I posted a Friday Favorites in a white theme.  Too long.

One of these photos is particularly relevant today because it’s my husband’s birthday.

Can you guess which one?

Kim signaturechunky chairs made using reclaimed wood - Friday Favorites - Living VintageI love these chunky chairs made from reclaimed wood.  They look comfortable and easy to build.  I also love the little tables they also made from reclaimed wood.  They’re a perfect small size, and would work perfectly in a little house or guest house.

embossed milk cookies - Friday Favorites - Living VintageThese very dainty cookies are embossed using doilies, I think.

industrial 18 drawer cabinet - Friday Favorites - Living VintageI wish I had seen this 18-drawer cabinet before it sold.  I probably would have bought it.

gorgeous weathered floors - Friday Favorites - Living VintagePainted wood floors are so pretty and this beautiful heavily distressed floor is just . . . wow!

owl collection - Friday Favorites - Living VintageThis is such an adorable collection of owls.

beautiful entryway - Friday Favorites - Living VintageThere is a ton of inspiration in this photo.  I love the the narrow wooden table, perfect for Debra Hall‘s narrow entryway.  I love the wooden basket and the white hydrangeas.    I also love the heavily lacquered floors and the double front doors.

what she's learned about marriage - Friday Favorites - Living VintageThe blog post featuring this photograph is worth a read — I hope you’ll take the time to do that.    James shared what she’s learned about marriage.  Very honest, and I agree with her observations.

gorgeous walls and ceilings - Friday Favorites - Living VintageI must admit that I omitted a joyful noise when I saw this photograph of an old church.  The wood plank walls and ceilings are just incredible.

A Quote for Today :: Family Elders

A Quote for Today regarding family elders - Living Vintage

via This photo definitely reminded me of my grandmother, my younger sister, and me. My grandmother was as much a part of my childhood as my parents, given that she and my grandfather lived “just a field away”.  She attended every school play, every birthday party, every major and minor event in my life until […]

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Weird Science

bobby flay

I thought you might be interested to see the vintage look-alike’s I discovered. The 1936 image of a man making rubber doll molds reminded me immediately of Bobby Flay. I thought the resemblance between the fishing guide on the left and Heath Ledger was striking. Does anyone else but me think that that a young […]

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