Wednesday, December 26, 2012

Knick of Time Tuesday #66

Welcome back to Knick of Time Tuesday!
I hope you had a wonderful  Christmas, shared with your family.
We enjoyed a nice, relaxing day at home yesterday.
 
Because Christmas fell on a Tuesday,
I'm starting the party a little late
this week, but I didn't want you to miss the
Christmas features from last week's party.

Since today is Wednesday though, I'll also
share a few antique graphics that I normally
share on Wednesdays.

This is a 1911 advertisement for
Lowney's Cocoa, that was kindly sent to me by
Audrey @ Timeless Treasures.

I love the little metal tin image.
Here is the complete advertisement -
in both a black & white color tone and the
original color tone.

Now, let's get the party started!

You are welcome to share items that are for sale,
as long as they are vintage items (over 20 years).

Have you added my button to your post or sidebar?
Please do so before you link up!
Only those who link back will be featured.
If you plan to pin any of these images to Pinterest, 
PLEASE do so from the original posters blog or shop - not from here.

Here are a few great features shared at last week's party!

Becky @ From Gen to Gen
uses her grandmothers dough tray as a
manger for baby Jesus.


Pernilla @ Swedish Corner Down Under
has her space dressed up nice and cozy for Christmas!


Aimee @ It's Overflowing
shared a tour of her home decorated for Christmas.
Easy Anthropologie Knockoff Cream Tufted Wool Wreath Tutorial ItsOverflowing.com2.jpg

Lorena @ My Shabby Chic Home
created this PB inspired NOEL sheet music canvas.

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Lots of Items are deeply discounted for their January sale!
Get them while they last!  Here's some of my favorites:
French Ad Leather PillowPapillon Blue French Script Pillow Slip
Pinot Noir French PillowJe Taime Pillow Slip 1
French Script Luxury Storage Bag

Now, let's see YOUR Vintage Style!





7 comments:

  1. Hoping you had a Christmas filled with love and good cheer!
    Thanks so much for hosting Angie
    Hugs,
    suzan

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  2. Thanks for sharing those great images!

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  3. Angie ... love what you do with those images because I know how brittle and time-worn they were. Images look better than the originals. So happy that you are enjoying sharing them with everyone.
    Thanks for always hosting the Tuesday Party.
    Hugs,
    Audrey Z.
    Timeless Treasures

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  4. Beautiful Angie! Hope you had a wonderful Christmas too. Big hugs and thank you for hosting.
    FABBY

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  5. Great images from the tin. Thanks for hosting Angie. Have a Happy New Year.
    Rob

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  6. Hi Angie, hope you are relaxing and spending lots of time with family and friends.
    Just wishing you a happy and blessed new year.
    Hugs,
    Patti

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  7. Angie...I hope you and your family had a Blessed Christmas...Thank you so much for sharing my mother's Dough Tray...She loves sharing Christmas with it....Blessings, Becky

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