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THE VINTAGE HOUSE THAT COULD


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THE VINTAGE HOUSE THAT COULD


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We are so happy to be collaborating with Katie from The Vintage House That Could. She's a lover of all things pretty & vintage - we definitely have that in common. Katie has a passion for styling, finding a bargain and walking around a muddy car boot or vintage fair so you don’t have to!

After realising that she probably shouldn’t buy anymore ‘stuff’ for her own home she thought the time was right to start using her vintage treasures and eye for detail to help you. Please take a look around the her beautiful website, which includes our stunning vintage Bridesmaid Kits.

www.thevintagehousethatcould.co.uk

Image by The Vintage House That Could

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STANLEY & MAUD


STANLEY & MAUD


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So chuffed to announce our latest collaboration with the talented Dotty from Stanley & Maud. Later this year we will be launching a unique collection of vintage hand stamped cutlery teamed with our seed packets & botanical notebooks....the perfect gift for you garden lovers.

Stanley and Maud prides itself on it's beautiful collection of delicate personalised jewellery. They have a stunning selection of necklaces, bangles, bracelets and rings all of which can be personalised with your initials or a special message....be sure to head on over and check Dotty's fabulous designs out for yourselves.

www.stanleyandmaud.com

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IVY COTTAGE


IVY COTTAGE


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Our latest collaboration is with the talented Rebecca at Ivy Cottage.  We worked our magic to create a 'British Bird' wall art collection, with Rebecca's embroideries and our un-cycling technique it was a match made in heaven.

Rebecca textile maker of Ivy Cottage uses machine embroidery to draw images on vintage paper and fabrics.  She enjoys using the thread to describe texture and add interest with collage.  Her usual palette is neutral tones as she finds inspiration from the natural world such as wild flowers, shells, rabbits and birds. Visit Ivy Cottage at Paperdolls Handmade Market on Saturday 24th November 2017 or visit her online store below.

www.etsy.com/shop/RLawrenceHandmade

Image by Ivy Cottage