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daily parcels * tied up in string *

daily musings of a vintage addict * I am totally obsessed with all things vintage * trying to keep up with my past...and sometimes ordinary everyday life

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Location: Culburra Beach , NSW, Australia

I live in Australia, my ancestry is in Cornwall. a Celt. a hedgewitch of sorts. I am an Earth Healer. I wear upcycled clothes, patchouli oil and Redback boots. A gypsy. An eccentric. a mystic. I am a searcher, a seeker, a pilgrim on Earth. I serve my guests, tea from an old silver teapot. I love Vervain, yarrow, chamomile & mint. I love to dream, to walk and to wonder

Plan ahead and dream of all the beautiful things that life has to offer

August 07, 2005

Alice and her mad hatters tea party

A good time had by all. I was absolutely exhausted by the end but it was fun and all the *kids* were really lovely, well mannered young people. Their parents should be proud.
We decorated the table with confetti, which ended up all through my house. Now I understand why it is forbidden at most churches and public places. However, it is all vacuumed up now, I think. I have posted a few pics today, with a few more to come later on.

4 Comments:

Blogger Alice said...

Glad you all had such a good time - and why wouldn't you. Great photos, too.

8:58 am  
Blogger Maggie Ann said...

Hi ms*robyn, how do I see the pictures? About the shrug, the directions are in the Sept.issue of 'Threads' magazine. You need a 1 by 1-1/2 yd rectangle of material with a drape & along the long side it must be able to stretch as in ....stretching 4" to 5". The raw edges are turned under or you can add trim. When you get to a store look for this mag and have a peek. = ). As for the porch swing, its oak in the, oh boy, how do I spell this style ? Ummm, rounded tops and slanty seats seen on the A...chairs for the lawn. I have two of those, one painted bright yellow and one thats cobalt blue. I like color! Wishing you a restful Sunday....glad you're daughter's party was so specially fun!

11:07 am  
Blogger ms*robyn said...

oh maggie, you mean adirondack ! I had a couple of those chairs on my lawn but they fell apart. My grandpa made me a small version when I was little & my dear husband bought me an exact same one for my 40th birthday.I often wonder if it is my own from my childhood. To see the pics, there is a link in my side bar. enjoy !

4:42 pm  
Blogger Amy said...

I love a theme party...so much work but what a memory. Enjoyed the photos very much..your gal is darling and Good for Her...sometimes NOT doing the cool things is COOL!

10:24 am  

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