A Year in Review – Top Posts of 2013

Best of 2013 at EclecticallyVintage.com

  Whew, what a year 2013 has been! Rooms were decorated, projects were completed, dinners were cooked, homework was checked, cocktails were shaken... and I even made my TV debut!   Drumroll please ... it's time to stroll down memory lane - 2013 style.   My Eclectic House Tour - as dusty bunnies are swept … [Read more...]

                 

How to Stamp Silver Tutorial

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  I came bearing gifts.  And I want everyone to know how to stamp silverware! To the Country Living Fair that is. Remember when I met with the editor-in-chief of Country Living magazine? Well, I didn't want to go empty handed so I handed her a handmade stamped silver keychain any country girl would love.   How to Stamp … [Read more...]

                 

I Dreamt of a White Christmas Tree

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 I've pined for a white Christmas tree for years ... get it - pined (I'm performing here every Wednesday)! A pre-lit, white tree with flocking is the icing on my Christmas sugar cookie ... so when I spotted this one on Wayfair, I knew it needed a good home (mine)! The perfect tree topper for a kitchen tree. What better to stamp on a … [Read more...]

                 

For the Birds – Stepladder Birdbath

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When I was a kid, we had a plastic birdbath in our backyard and I loved watching the birds splash around. Yes, I was a lonely child - with nothing but birds for friends... Fast forward to today. Plastic birdbath in my yard - horrors!  No, only unique bird baths will do. What's a girl to do? Make one out of an old step ladder of … [Read more...]

                 

Passing It On with Some Fab DIY Vintage Gifts

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Need a unique handmade gifts? Here are three amazing gifts any vintage lover would love! Gift 1  - Homemade Bath Salts in Vintage Mason Jar & Vintage Stamped Silver Spoon Love these old silver spoons and had fun stamping them with just the right words. Bath Salts Recipe: * 6 parts coarse sea or kosher salt (I used kosher) * 3 … [Read more...]

                 

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