13 July 2011

more shop updates today!

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I have just added these items to the Bucket Tree. I'm feeling quite industrious and have found so many lovely things lately! I'm totally smitten with the Grecian dress, if only I found this last year for my wedding, I would love to have been a Greek goddess for a day! I have just realised that it is still a bit wrinkled even though its been ironed! there is so much fabric that i must have missed a layer. Oh dear!

I find it hard to part with new things, its tempting to keep them for myself, like the pocket watch! It looks great in my shed, but I cant keep everything can i! Anyway, I have a few more things to add in the next few months. I will keep you posted as usual. Bucket Tree New Items >

12 comments:

  1. oh my, how I love that jug!

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  2. That Grecian dress is beautiful. Yes, you would have made a divine bride in it :)

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  3. You are rocking that tan! The skirt and scarf are gorgeous

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  4. ciao Artemis
    I share your camp in my garden design blog...
    http://dana-gardendesign.blogspot.com/2011/07/campeggio-bon-ton.html
    ... come to seee
    ciao Dana

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  5. You're channelling the grecian look marvellously Ms A!

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  6. When I was little I would pretend I was Artemis .. she and Nike were always the coolest goddesses. That pocket watch is lovely - no one would blame you for keeping it ;) Thanks for the finds!

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  7. I love the cute floral skirt and top :):)

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  8. very nice, all of them! I especially like the pocket watch.

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  9. I love the grecian dress and the waist coat.

    http://vintage-mardle.blogspot.com

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  10. I'm glad you rescued those poor stuffed animals. I would have done the same thing.

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  11. I just emailed my Mum about the skirt in the 3rd picture down. It brought back such strong memories. She says she had it as a maternity dress from Mothercare in the 70s. I later cut it into a mini-dress for myself when I was 16. A print can be as evocative of a period of time as a scent!

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