The time is nigh, dear readers, we are on the eve of my 30th birthday. That, in itself, is pretty exciting. I’m also feeling a very wanted surge of energy in the Etsy, photography, professional, creative departments. Must be all those old cells replacing themselves. In any case, I think I’d like to bring you more updates about all the wicked cool things I’m stuffing my Etsy shop full of these days. Periodically I’ll throw some listings up here so you can ogle them.
For the last few years I’ve been amassing some particularly interesting, mid-century finds. The Polaroid Land Camera (Highlander) above was manufactured from 1954-57. The noise maker with the clown blowing smoke rings should date back to the 1950s (my best guess).
The little oil flask above I absolutely couldn’t not resist. It fits between your thumb and fingers so perfectly. It stores oil to lubricate a hunting rifle. It’s very, very old and so terrific. The little cap screws off easily, it’s just really a wonder to hold in your hands. People used to make things with such intention. And keep them forever.
In addition to all these bits from the past, I’ve been posting a few creations of my own. Take a minute to stop by the shop and click around – even if you’re not in the market for 70 year old soap or rifle oil flasks they sure are lovely to look at!