Well I have learned many things in the last month about setting up to sell on line....in fact I probally fogot how I did half of them. The vintage village was a good choice. Today I am learning about blogging.. I started a blog on my site www.MagpiesHoard.weebly.com and wanted it to post here as well...well that didn't happen. I have had several web stores before all this social media was involved in our lives. Its a whole new ballgame. I…Continue
Hello to all my like-minded friends! My first day as a full member. I hope you have patience with me while I learn the ropes.
Although I am fairly new to blogging or selling in a virtual store, I have been a "treasure seeker" for almost 30 years. Starting my hobby in Sonora, California -on Hiway 49 no less- I learned the secrets of the hills through many a garage sale and flea market.
No one is more passionate to bringing lost treasures-vintage or mid-century small…Continue
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At the time when the Soviet Union separated from the rest of the world within the Iron Curtain there was formed and developed a special culture of the Soviet graphics. Some of it goes back to the Soviet animation, but the Soviet Christmas/New Years cards is separate line, well known in the world. This bright characters was popular not only for children but also adults. Not surprisingly, these cards was almost in collections of all the inhabitants of the Soviet Union.…
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There are such a lot of lovely things out there I am always in danger of buying more than I sell ! I have recently bought a gorgoeus Art Deco photograph from linensandthings on Etsy that I found here on VV first…Continue
Today is the Big Day! Shabby Lane Shop Magazine is on the newsstands! You can find us in over 300 locations Nationwide including
select Barnes & Noble stores!…Continue
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