Tuesday, 21 February 2012
Saturday, 18 February 2012
A Ridgeway Staffordshire yankee style rose scented candle. The pattern in the picture may be slightly unclear, so it is a red, almost oriental colour, floral scene. This beautiful and original candle idea is just £6! On the highstreet, if you were to buy a Yankee-style container like this one, you'd be looking at atleast £12-13, so there's definately a bargain to be had here! If you'd like to order this, or any of our products, please e-mail me at email@example.com x
Posted by Quin-tea-scent-ially Vintage at 03:22
Friday, 17 February 2012
A stunning Queen Anne Bone China trio with a blue leaf pattern (one being sold on e-bay for £8) for just £6! As posted previously, there is a matching plate to go with this trio and if you interested in buying both the trio and the plate, we may be able to negotiate a discount for both! If you are interested in buying this trio or any of our products, or would simply like to make an enquiry about our services, then feel free to e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org x
Posted by Quin-tea-scent-ially Vintage at 06:36
Thursday, 16 February 2012
Polka dotted hanging hearts, in three different colours as you can see, that are perfect to be hung on door handles or on the wall. The three different colours are accomodating for all colour schemes and there's a bargain to be had here, as the hearts are just £2 each! To order a polka dot hanging heart, or any of our other products, please e-mail me at email@example.com x
Posted by Quin-tea-scent-ially Vintage at 08:11
A rose scented candle in a beautiful Coalport double-£6! It's oriental style is rather rare to Coalport, this makes this particular double very desirable in my opinion to both a collector (once the candle has melted, just the teacup remains-no damage to the teacup) and both an antique entusiast. To order please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org x
Posted by Quin-tea-scent-ially Vintage at 08:02
Monday, 13 February 2012
On a business trip to the Lake District in blustry November and couldn't leave without visiting Lake Windermere-absolutely beautiful!
Posted by Quin-tea-scent-ially Vintage at 07:56
Sunday, 12 February 2012
Saturday, 11 February 2012
Tuesday, 7 February 2012
Monday, 6 February 2012
Our Christmas Craft fair stall plan (hense the Christmas tree tealight holders). I insist on planning obsessively the layout of the stall everytime I do one! My husband always says people won't care what the stall itself looks like aslong as the products are good, but how are you going to get noticed if it's not engaging? Gosh, this proves men are not to be trusted when it comes to the important things, haha;-)!
Posted by Quin-tea-scent-ially Vintage at 09:13
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Sunday, 5 February 2012
wow! I love this so much, it's so vintage-esque! I think vintage is both the best invesment you can make and the best fashion statement you can make. For me, the moment you slip on a vintage garment, you can't help but imagine the woman who wore it before you, which brings a little bit of magic! Plus, if you ever want to sell on your vintage clothes, they only ever increase in value, so it's a win win situation!
Posted by Quin-tea-scent-ially Vintage at 08:33
The new Myleene Klass nails look fab! Searched for them on JML today but they're £20! Would like to know if anyone has them, are they worth the money?!
Posted by Quin-tea-scent-ially Vintage at 08:08
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