Fun barware, in my vintage shop, http://ForsythiaHill.etsy.com.
Glasses and a mini sold wood chopping block for those lemons, limes, and cherries!
Meet Sylvie, my shipping manager for my Etsy Shop, http://ForsythiaHill.etsy.com.
What a funny little cat.
Pretty vintage slip fashion shoot the other day with a friend that looked so cute in everything she tried on.
I’m in the process of listing slips, hats, and a 1940s Norman Durand Hat Box all found in Ellen Kate’s Closet in my Etsy Shop, so go check out my pristine finds, http://ForsythiaHill.etsy.com.
Super mod vintage Wheaton Ruby Red Decanter from the 1970s.
Available in my shop, http://ForsythiaHill.etsy.com
Don’t forget Father’s Day on June 15!
Cool finds from my Etsy Shop just for Dad, http://ForsythiaHill.etsy.com.
Every Thursday I post a Thrift Store Score on Facebook. This week I posted this cool Seedling Grow Light that I picked up at a Yard Sale last Fall. I’m putting it to good use.
Come follow me on Facebook to check out cool finds and Vintage!
Lessons Learned from the Hen House, my guide to raising Chickens: http://forsythiahill.blogspot.com/2014/02/lessons-learned-from-hen-house.html
Pretty in Pink! Lovely pristine finds from my vintage shop, perfect for Valentines Day! SAME DAY SHIPPING.
I found this cool little Vintage One Cup French Press in a Thrift Store for $5.00. I’m having a lot of fun making wonderful coffee in the am.
Watch my video to learn how to use it: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0WKnJFQLHLU&feature=youtu.be
Barn roof and weather vane at the Ivy Creek Nature Area in Charlottesville, Virginia. We started 2014 off right by hiking the Peninsula Trail.
Enjoy my blog posting about a year in review and looking forward to 2014: http://forsythiahill.blogspot.com/2014/01/whats-plan-its-new-year.html
Cyber Monday Sale in my Etsy Vintage Shop —- Nearly 200 items…
Cool mens and womens Clothing, Stocking Stuffers, Shoes, Purses, and Holiday Items.
Check it out and receive 20% OFF - TODAY ONLY!
I just finished a really interesting book, Saving Monticello by Mark Leepson, about the history of the house that Thomas Jefferson built at Monticello. This Lion Statue that used to sit on the front steps as you entered the house was auctioned off in the 1920s because it was not original to Thomas Jefferson’s day. Amazingly it is still in Charlottesville for all to see. Read more about the torrid history of this famous residence on my blog:
I’m getting ready to list this vintage 1980s Wedding Dress in my Etsy Shop. We always have fun during our shoots. This is my first attempt at shooting a Wedding Dress!
That second shot just makes me laugh every time I look at it.
A sampling of my cool sexy Spike High Heel Shoes in my Vintage Shop…
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