Sunday, 29 June 2014

TSP: Five Favourites

my asos sunglasses
( although I wish the sun would reappear so I can wear them more )

flicking through french Elle magazines from the late 1940s and early 1950s
( I have to pick out a few, then the rest will be on my stall at the next vintage fair *sadface* )

the most delicious strawberries from Sainsburys
( I bought a 1kg punnet on Thursday, by Saturday this is all that's left )

another Sainsburys buy, a beautiful orchid & sweet coconut candle

a newly bought tray with a new use
( it cost £6 from a vintage fair - i think it looks cute! )

Five Favourite Posts:
- Carrie's "Stripes N Flares" outfit
- James' "Bits + Pieces" ( those kiddos and that photography )
- Jenny's "June Favourites" ( I think I need that lipstick )
- Rosie's "Beautiful Quotes, to aid in the pursuit of joy and contentment"
- Natalie's "Snip Snip" ( I could always use some tips on cutting my own fringe )

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8 comments

  1. Hey Catherine! I love the idea of the tray and how you use it! :-) Haven't seen vintage editions of big magazines ever! Must be such an interesting read! :-)

    TheConscienceFund

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  2. That candle is one of my favourties, I've almost burnt all of mine though, I need to get another! x

    Amy / srslylou

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  3. I need to limit how much I'm burning mine, it smells so lovely though, almost a third of it has disappeared already!

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  4. Thanks Divya! I have a few old magazines, Vogue's from the 70s, Woman from the 1950s and now these, they are really lovely to look through :)

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  5. Megan22:41

    Orchid and sweet coconut, count me in! x


    Megan / pixiecrop.com

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  6. Sophie Blumenthal09:07

    I love those sunglasses :)


    Sophie x

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  7. Thanks Sophie! I've got such a collection but I can't stop wearing these ones.

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  8. It is so lovely, I can't see myself having it for long!

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