I was reading over at Brocante yesterday and saw this darling pinboard from Vintage Home. What a cute idea! Hers is digital which makes it even more artistic, but I think I may make a "hard copy" version soon!
As I looked around her blog, I had to stop to drool over her mannequin! I'm definitely going to cover a mannequin with delicious fabric this week!
I have wanted to do that ever since I saw these in the window at Woodfield Mall a few years ago. Does anyone have any idea how slipcover a mannequin?
Look at this mannequin... I'm not sure if it's a full size or a child size. The shift style dress is actually for sale on Etsy and it says that it fits 2/3 up to 5/6 so I'm thinking it's a little girls size. Anyhow, all the colors together with the old doll mannequin just pulled me right in. I love how she put all those different florals in the backdrop.
So as I'm browsing at Etsy I came across this ladies hat. Doesn't it look like something from Cath Kidston? But it's made from a vintage tablecloth. Love that!
Oh and you should definitely see the Sophie Honeysuckle blog! I'm going to add her to the favs just so that I can eat lunch everyday looking at her wonderful pictures! Since she has such a fondness for Cath Kidston, I had to check out the site and see what's new. Perhaps those of you who check the site everyday for new things are more familiar but my jaw dropped when I saw the Gazebo!! I heard tell that there will be a US Kidston website up in September!
Well, it's time to get ready for Sunday Lunch at Mom's House...