I’ve been asked about the Raggedy Ann wig from this post a couple of times and I cannot find who sells it. The seller that uses that photo is Amarmi. I’m not sure about the seller nor am I sure about Raggedy Ann wigs besides they’re readily available on Etsy. However, I am sure that babies in hats can be cute and they’re available at Amarmi.
She’s super cute for Easter and I’d obnoxiously take a bajillion photos of her ready for church.
I’m in need of calling cards. I have business cards and have calling cards for the blog. However, I need some that are more plain in information – like all you get is my name and contact information. Old school contact information. I’m rarely on Twitter and find myself on Facebook less and less. Here are some contenders.
I adore perusing Absolutely Beautiful Things. Anna Spiro has beautiful taste and I love her aesthetic. She doesn’t regularly post and I love seeing what she shares like this photo of her shop, Black and Spiro.
I have long liked McCoy Pottery, but I don’t know enough about it. I plan/vow to myself that I’m going to get some books and really study up on it. Right now, I just like what I like and have a few pieces. Here is some of what I like:
With the Fourth of July coming up, it’s easy to become patriotic. I’m not sure what the word is for when you become proud of your state/hometown, but you should do that too. Here are some items to help you with that.
I lost the auction for the Staffordshire dogs from here. I’m really bummed about it because I liked that set and they were really reasonable. I was in an area of the country with little cell service so I had no way of making bids when it came close to the end of the auction. I’m going to stay on the look out for another pair as I agree with y’all on the This and That. However, it was close between them and the flamingos. Therefore, I’m sharing other cermaic pairs I found while shopping/browsing the internets.
That was until I noticed all the water stains. (Insert sad trombone sound) They have some other signs of wear, but the water stains are my stopping point. I looked up a few things on removing water stains from lamp shades (here, here and here) but for $85.00 and $30.00 in shipping I’m not willing to risk it. However, I’m sure they will haunt me and cause me to search for more remedies.
It’s almost time for Santa Claus to come to town. I’m sure he’s checking his list, so you may want to add these stocking stuffer items to it. All items are from Etsy and direct links are found under the photos.