These sweet little beat up boxes with remnants of days gone buy. Can you even imagine opening this in Christmas morning or as your one and only present. How well you would have treated it.
One of the boxes shows the before and after of how your photos should look when your done. It came with extras cause you know practice makes perfect.
And this one looks like it's for a future architect.
And this map. It is the on canvas and ripped to shreds and peeling but I could not say no.
Anytime Paris is involved it's a good idea.
Planets and ...,,..
The lune all in orbit. I think this would be beautiful in 8 or 10 frames in a wall.
And last but not least a old French school map of afrique on a wooden dowel. Sorry when you've been around as long as these guys have with tiny hands touching you as your constant companion you deserve a your own post.
We have made it to Friday and the last day is sneak peaks until Monday. You know how much we adore little sweet Parisienne things right? I am crazy about this little ink wells that are perfect for a few fleurs and they say Paris on the bottom.
And these little spice boxes make me so happy. Just shake and smell. I like them for display all wrapped up in there original Parisienne packaging.
And speaking of packages I just swoon over these little brown packages all wrapped in brown paper with spools of ten inside.
Stamps on these wooden blocks are sure to make you smile. I just love the brass numbers and letters on them.
And little bits of French joy to make you heart to pitter patter. A place to put your money ,hook to lift up your bustle skirt or a lock to keep all your French stuff safe.
Stan hope binoculars and tiny travel saints and charms is little books. Thanks for loving all this French stuff right along with me. See you in Monday xx
I am a Christian woman saved by Grace living in a fallen world. I am trying to grow and be shaped into our Loving Fathers image but that is not always easy...that is were the Mercy and Grace comes in.I have four wonderful children and the most loving husband you could ever ask for. I went to France for the first time on my 40th Birthday and have been 6 times now and have recently started a small flea market out of an outbuilding on our property .We live in a 1886 Victorian on a few acres outside of Portland Oregon.