Tuesday, July 5, 2011

Laces and Surprises for White Wednesday

Look what I found.
A whole tin full of white treasures.
Let's see what we have here.

Trims, yards and yards of trims.
36 yards of these 3 trims.
And vintage lace collars.
Isn't this sheer one so delicate an beautiful?

And how fun is this ruffly beauty, with the little black bow?

and is this cool??
It is a piece of paint with tape on the back,
off an old door knob.
Guess you know this will show up on a collage soon.


Thanks for visiting.
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Faded Charm.


blessings all
barbara jean

18 comments:

The Feathered Nest said...

YUM!!!! I love this haul so much Barb!!! That one piece of lace that you showed in the last photo...oh my ~ and I can't wait to see your artwork with the cool paint piece!!! hugs and love, Dawn

Our Back Porch said...

What great white treasures! Happy White Wednesday. Drop by for a visit when you get a chance!

Waving from Our Back Porch,
Rebecca

Angela McInnis said...

I love the laces...esp the tatted edging. I once found such a trove and in it was some unattractive (I thought) black and gray tatted trim. I set it aside and one day when I needed some trim for some Crazy Quilt Christmas stockings..that "ugly" trim was the most beautiful finishing touch! You just never know, do you?
Angela

Susan said...

Barb, your trims and lace are gorgeous! I wish I could find more trims and laces when I do my yard sales. Once in a while I will find some trims, I think the scrappers beat me to it! LOL

Katies Rose Cottage Designs said...

Those are wonderful finds!! Oh my goodness lace is so hard to find here and that is beautiful!
I can't wait to see what you do with it ~
xoxo
Lori

Gail said...

All so ethereally beautiful, especially the collars.6777777777777777

Betsy said...

Wow! What a treasure trove you found. I love the ruffled lace with the little black bow. The key hole is so fun with all the layers of paint.

Wanda @ Just Vintage said...

Oooooo! So pretty! And how many of us in the world gasp with sheer happiness and excitement to see a piece of old paint like that? Lucky girl! This type of imagination is a gift from God.

Ido said...

Love all that lace, you find the best things! I just found out from my sister in law that she threw away a box full of doilies because she didn't like them and they were too old, can you believe that? I cried!
Have a wonderful day!
XXX Ido

Tanya @ Greetings From the Asylum said...

I am completely drooling! What a wonderful find! Thanks for sharing!

Faye said...

They are all beautiful! What a great find!
Faye

Pink Roses and Teacups said...

Hi Barb,

These laces are just gorgeous! What a find!

Debbie

Julia - "Vintage with Laces" said...

What gorgeous finds, Barbara Jean! I'm drooling over the laces. What a luck to find such a huge yardage of beautiful lace and the other pieces are fantastic too. The paint fragment is a pretty cool find as well. Have fun playing with all those treasures!
xoxo,
Julia

Tarnished and Tattered said...

Barbara Jean,
Okay, this post gave me chill bumps. I just love that stuff too much, just lovely. But my fave....that paint encrusted keyhole. That piece sends me over the moon!
Lisa

Jane said...

Oh you lucky, lucky girl!! I love old lace too and you found a real treasure!! We definitely have the same taste....old spools of thread, old lace, keys, buttons....like you said in your comment to me, the list goes on and on!!
Hope you are having a wonderful week!
Jane

victoriantailor said...

You have some beautiful pieces there, can't wait to see what you do with them, Celeste, victoriantailor.com

mercedes scott said...

Wow! Where DID you find all these beauties?!?! I was drooling... Happy (belated) White Wednesday.

Vintage Amethyst said...

What finds!
love
Alison
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