Hi everyone! It's hard to find good vintage Autumn graphics that aren't Halloween (or that haven't been used a million times). Now, mind you, artistically speaking, vintage Halloween graphics are awesome! But on the personal side Mister and I don't celebrate Halloween. So the above picture was edited to get rid of the witch flying her broom across the moon, some of the bats, and the words Trick or Treat. I changed a few colors and I think it looks pretty good!
At the thrift store this past Friday I found this cute little hen salt shaker. Yesterday while browsing through the latest The Country House catalog I found this great sign that had me laughing out loud. So I cut it out, taped it to cardboard, and put it on the shelf with my hen. No one's noticed it yet!
Now, let's get technical about the color pink for a moment. Wikipedia says, "Pink is any of the colors between bluish red (purple) and red, of medium to high brightness and of low to moderate saturation." Keeping that in mind I'm going to show you the cutest vintage case that was also at the thrift store.
It's in great shape - look what came inside it:
All kinds of sewing goodies! Some red, thank goodness! A few wood spools for my spool jar, pins, buttons, needles, cardboard bobbins (are those for regular machines?), and a few needle threaders. It's so much fun sorting through stuff like this!
How was your week? Full of red?