Thursday, December 10, 2009


"BeBe"

Introducing my newest line of sweetness as seen in this month's
"Romantic Country Magazine"

"Attic Heirlooms to Forever Treasures"
A One-of-a-kind Vintage Creation
Exclusively at "Elegance & Whimsy" boutique

In the early 50s and 60s every new Mom who delivered a baby received a beautiful bouquet of flowers in these adorable vintage planters. All shapes and sizes of lambs, doggies, teddy bears, shoes, blocks, carriages and wagons. Hundreds of designs were created and delivered to newborns by companies such as Lefton, Inarco, Napco, and others.

I believe all of us have at least one of these either tucked away in with their attic treasures or placed in a Hope Chest just waiting for darling daughter to get married.


Now highly collectible, I am reintroducing the reminiscence of these wonderful years by redesigning these treasures for this era of Moms who love the look of vintage romance.
A "one-of-a-kind" gift as this given to an expecting daughter, friend, niece, or granddaughter will begin another round of memories of her childhood and start a new tradition of her very own for her child.
Enjoy the gift of giving.






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5 comments:

Kathie Truitt said...

Oh, honey! I am too old to read that tiny print! Is that just a reprint from the magazine? Whew! I have a headache now. Can't wait to see you in the mag, though. This is one fo them that I get each issue, keep and savor for years to come.

Connie said...

Aaaaaah, sugar, love it all. Just adorable!
xoxo,
Connie

Miss Rhea said...

Total Sweet Sugarness !! Love them all Cathy :) How exciting to be in RH again :) Hugs :) :)

Anne~fiona and twig said...

How adorable, I have a couple of these, aren't they too precious?
You have such a lovly blog, so nice to meet you!
All the best,
Anne

Bunny Rose Cottage said...

Cathy, these are SO CUTE!! I just saw your new add in Romantic Country and it is so beautiful! I love the basket with the bunny, it is so pretty and makes me think of spring and Easter :)
Hugs,
Amy