Vintage finds and stitching

I found this vintage, printer's type tray at one of our local antique stores.  I have always wanted one, so when I came across this smaller version, I couldn't pass it up! 

It's another fun way to store some of your favorite things!

So, when I found this small box of printer's type it was the perfect combination. 

After sorting through my vintage finds I sewed this little wall hanging, or art quilt or what ever you want to call it.  (It has batting in between the layers).  I love working with a delicate lace over something more substantial like burlap and muslin. 

While taking my photographs outside, I noticed how busy my new little garden friends were on the lavender.  This one was just coming in for a landing! 

Only one more day until the weekend...  
Thanks for stopping by!


Thanks so much for stopping by. I am glad you did. I looked through your wonderful photos. I love the close up of the bee. I scrolled down through your other posts and I love those glass floats, too. I really love that blue milk bottle in one of the photos.
Pamela said…
Visiting your blog is such a delight for me and I so enjoy the music you have chosen to go with it!
Have a wonderful weekend
Pamela xo
Hi Becca- the tray looks wonderful filled with all your goodies- I just love the vintage rubber stamps! Your art project looks just beautiful!
Mary Ann said…
hi becca, it is great to meet you here. i love your vintage posts and what stands out is your photography. your photos are amazing. thanks for stopping by and happy to be an addition to your followers...take care...visit you soon...maryann
Anonymous said…
Becca, everything's so pretty....again! I love how you take pictures of everything up close so we can really see the objects.
Have a wonderful weekend!
starseasons said…
Hi Becca, what a great find. And what you have done with it is soooooooo beautiful. And yes it's an Art Quilt. And a very lovely one at that.
Brenda Pruitt said…
That is perfect for all kinds of little treasures! Oh yes, the spring flying creatures are coming in to do their thing!
Unknown said…
Hi Becca, I have a tray like yours and love filling it, but you have inspired me to make some changes. Beautiful photo's in your garden. I love watching who some to visit my flowers. Thanks for stopping by my blog and I hope you are enjoying your Sunday.
Unknown said…
Yes that's a milk glass vase. I really like the size of it and I have 2 of them.

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