Little ones are never still. Fabulous photos of the kiddo.http://www.thegirlieblog.com
Look at those little shoes! So sweet x
Such a curious age! Though she does lend such a cute little aspect to your still life shot. Nice finds too :)
Whhaaaaa? Those are amazing finds! I am totally in love with that fabric! And very jealous :) x
great finds...$3 crazy!!!
They are gorgeous shoes Claire!! I've only just found your blog and spent too much time the other day ready too many of your posts!! You have the best vintage style for your little girl that I have ever seen. I just loved seeing the photos of your house too, it is just beautiful.
Nice work.Big tick for the shoes and fabric and your super styling model.Happy day!
She's keeping you on your toes:) Love the shots of Eulalie and your can see how fun and curious she is at the moment. Have a great day Claire. xo
$3?! Score. And your wee shoe-eater is as adorable as ever.
Oh you're so clever at op shop stuff. I suck at it. Even though I work in the creative field I can't seem to "visualise" the items working at home. If they were in a tasteful cute shop yes - but in op shops I just can't get past the weird smell and take the items out of context. I'm working on this - have been going to markets and having some success.
those shoes!Can you please email me the link to the store where you got Lalie's teething necklace?Thanks lovely one x
op shop gods were smiling on you!
Love that doona cover or pillow case or whatever it is! I left a similar (but inferior) one behind at an op shop in coffs last week .... Now I'm kind of regretting it. DAMN. Kellie xx PS Love Lalie getting involved!
What a score! Those shoes and fabric are RAD! Can't wait to see what you make with it. x
PS. I like your table. I wish I had taken Chris's advice and gone for rustic instead of mid-century teak. Ah the stress of looking after it. After Rosie's done with it I think I'll end up having rustic anyways!
I love the fabric! x
I luurrrve your table. <3
Good rummaging skills, I see!Having a lovely week....still in the babymoon cocoon...which is made even more dreamy with the drizzly humid weather we are having.Thanks for your comments on the birth...and 10 points for guessing the date, lady ;)x
Wow that fabric is especially killer Claire! And could come in handy since I'm now the proud owner of a vintage bloomers plus apron dress pattern. Great things are about to happen. Or not. So hint hint.I'm with Anna about the table. We're on the hunt for some big, old, rustic table yanked right out of some French country house. Our old teak number has had some unspeakable things happen to it over the years. xx
Insanely good fabric find dude. And those shoes are amazing too. $3? Awesome xx
charming little shoes !
Loving your op shop finds! It gives you such a buzz doesn't it? Do you have anything in mind for your green fabric?And, of course, loving your cute little miss!
Oh what gorgeous little shoes... so sweet :o) xo
Why dear bonds would stop making stylish little shoes like that stumps me, lucky you to find a piece of history! Brilliant fabric too, lovely still(ish) life pics. X ashley
Love that fabric ... would make a great skirt!! What a fun score.
LOVE the fabric. Jealous as hell :)Hope your weeks going well xx
wow, $3 would not have gone that far in sydney! i'm a bit jealous :)
what lovely finds! the colours are beautiful together. that fabric...yum! have a beautiful weekend with your beautiful family. x
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