Monday, 21 January 2013

Magpie Monday - Baby Bluebirds

How are you enjoying the snow?

My promised trip out on Saturday with an afternoon mooching around the charity shops didn't turn out as expected.  To say I was disappointed is something of an understatement.

So, really I've not been able to get out and find any treasure - I might be forced to eBay at this rate.

Luckily, carrying on my study re-org, I found a little box of bits and bobs that still hadn't been unwrapped from our house move.

Two little newspaper packages were nestling in the bottom, and revealed these little china beauties.



I have a vague recollection of buying them at a car boot sale, so I suspect they would have cost me about a quid (knowing my tight-arsed tendencies).

Aren't they gorgeous?

I just need to find a place for them away from clumsy little hands.

Did you manage to do any thrifting this week, or has snow stopped play?

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Me and My Shadow

15 comments:

  1. They look like the kind of decoration that would be on top of a wedding cake in the 1930s maybe.

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    1. Oooh I love the thought of that Glenda. Wish they could talk.

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  2. They are lovely! I have a little collection of china/glass birds, but stupidly decided to put them on the hall table - now quite a few are missing bits!

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    1. I love them. I wish they had a mark or backstamp so I could find out more about them.

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  4. They are lovely, very pretty x

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    1. Aren't they. They're so diddy I'm scared I might lose them!

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  5. Cute! I would put them on the top of a big picture frame on the wall!

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  6. So adorable! Definitely need to find a place high up where they can safely look out over you!

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  7. Aw, those are so sweet. I'm with Lucy - rest them on a frame - really cute! x

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  8. Ah, they are SO beautiful. I reckon you could get your crafty mind whirling- they could look awesome as some statement jewellery, or soaring about within a snow globe? xx

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  9. oo they are lovely : ) I have to agree they would look lovely on a frame or maybe even framed themselves - that would keep them safe!!!!

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