A memory is a photograph taken by the heart...to make a special moment last forever...and of all the memory-pictures that happy times can bring, the best are those that families make together ~
~ Author unknown

Saturday, October 29, 2011

Vintage wooden hanger, linens and dried roses ~

A freshly spritzed with Lavender water and ironed vintage hand towel . . . a dusted off old vintage hanger (not sure of the age but the phone number only has three numbers so that's antique!) and dried roses from a memorable event, hangs in my home. 


  1. Beautiful, Gini - you're very creative!

  2. Thank you, Karen . . . I love vintage things. I have had this hanging in my home for quite a while and the hand towel needed some TLC, it was a good time to take a photo.

  3. Lovely and simple. Great look. This was what I found when trying to help, so much for that approach. http://www.sandman.com/telhist.html

  4. What a special way to display the vintage linen and dried flowers. Among my TSO Collections are linens, linens and more linens...love them especially with embroidery and crochet.

    So enjoyed our visit last evening. Thought about our conversation and shared it with HiHoney all the way to our Mexican Food destination. Thought of you and your Spiritual Texas Connection as the sun was setting over the Davis Mountains. See Photos on CollectInTexas Gal...Sunday's post.

    Thanks again...looking forward to Monday!

  5. Love the use of that old hanger that way. May have to steal this idea! LOL

  6. Thank you, Carol and your more than welcome to use the idea!

    Sue, I very much enjoyed our visit also. HiHoney was probably rolling his eyes! Hope you both enjoyed your meal! Your photos are beautiful, the skies are just gorgeous, I would have loved to have been right there along with ya . . . thank you for thinking of me and sharing . . . I know the connection is there . . . one day it will just show up when I least expect it!

  7. Hummer, thank you for looking . . . even what you found was very interesting! Your help is always appreciated whether you found an answer or not! If I was to guess, I would say early 1900's but I could be wrong!