Sunday, 30 October 2011

Vintage pretties I bought at the fair

In my previous post, I forgot to show you the vintage pretties which I purchased.

Two pretty brooches from "Daisy Darling"

Some Suffolk yoyos from "Donna Flower"

Absolutely gorgeous embroidered border from "Neo Belle Bizaar"

 The mustard coloured flower from "Lucy Bloom"

Really beautiful and individual things which I could never find in High Street shops.
This is the pleasure of buying at fairs such as The Vintage Bazaar.
The next one is on 21st April 2012.




30 comments:

Andi's English Attic said...

Love the Lucy Bloom broach and the purple buds coming out of the second one. The border is beautiful. xx

KC'sCourt! said...

Wow! They are beautiful. Lovely autumn colours.
Julie xxxxxxx

Hesta Nesta said...

What lovely things you bought, love the Suffolk yoyo's. It was great to finally meet you yesterday.
Jo xx

Betty The Wood Fairy said...

What beautiful finds, I love them. Lucky you!

Blondie's Journal said...

Everything is really beautiful, Isabelle! I look forward to the weeks before Christmas when we have craft bazaars here in the states. They are so much fun and there are so many handmade treasures to see.

Hope you are having a lovely weekend!

XO,
Jane

Annie said...

Oh now they are pretty, absolutely gorgeous in fact :D

Lululiz said...

Beautiful buys, I love the big flower in the last photo.

Helen Philipps said...

So beautiful,and such lovely rich warm colours. I specially loved the yo yo's and the wool flowers.
Helen x

Lyn said...

such beautiful finds and in lovely autumnal colours!
xxx

Loo xx from Jumbles and Pompoms said...

Such beautiful and rich colours.

koralee said...

Pure joy...love these pretties. Hugs for a great week...xoxoxoxo

Lil Vintage Me (the 1940s family) said...

Beautiful colours! We were realy impressed by all the lovelies at the fair and your stall, of course was devine!

Lily xx

lemonade kitty said...

I'm a real "brooch" person and I love those from Daisy darling, does she have a shop/website do you know please? Lucey x

The Vintage Bazaar said...

Beautiful treats! It was hard to any shopping once the doors opened! Lizzie x

The Vintage Knitter said...

Such gorgeous colours, especially the mustard flower.

patchworkandlace said...

Lovely items and colours xxx

ROSE CAPUCINE said...

Magnifique tes fleurs ! ton blog est de plus en plus beau !!

Brownieville Girl said...

What wonderful finds - I love all those warming colours.

PoeMa Bat Soilik said...

I love this post!

Your blog is full of beauty, I glad to find:)

Gracias por seguirme y por ponerme en tus links!

..**~Besos~**..

Shaheen said...

Isabelle, they really are stunning and unique. I am envious of your finds.

Parohia Plopii Slăviteşti said...

If you have toys and children clothes you don”t need pleas contact me or send them
to me :
Ionescu Otilia , Romania , Plopii slavitesti , 147255 , Teleorman
thank you !
Ps. Greate blog!

Peg said...

Beautiful photos as always, I always enjoy browsing your blog, it brings back so many memories. My only regret is living to far away to attend the wonderful Vintage Bazaar.

Peg x

HANNES DAGBOK said...

Love them all!!

Karen said...

Hope you are all well Isabelle. I have so enjoyed your posts this year. Have a wonderful Christmas and may 2012 be a very good year for you. Karen X

Anonymous said...

MISSING YOUR BEAUTIFUL ENTRIES. HOPE YOU HAD A GREAT CHRISTMAS AND A VERY WONDERFUL BLESSED NEW YEAR.

PRAYING FOR YOU TODAY

EmmaK said...

I just adore all the stuff you bought. It's inspired me to start sniffing out my local vintage bazaar

Conny's Cottage said...

Hello,

it looks so sweet.I like it!

greatings send you Conny

Luna und Luzie said...

Your vintage finds are beautiful.
Love the colors and the fabrics.

Now I´m inspired to make some fabric yoyos :)

Monica said...

Thinking of you xx

Bolmara said...

I love love love your blog , is so nice !!! The fabrics you use for your pieces , the photograph and everything here is wonderful !!! Thanks for such beautiful place , from Buenos Aires , Bolmara .