I've fallen behind on that Etsy listing goal that I set for myself. A few excuses: Last weekend's gift of a thousand buttons etc, distracted me from "business" to creative stuff so I fell behind. Also--this is bull--I'd just finished snapping photos of my last dress refashion when I plugged my camera into my half dead laptop and went to turn it on...nothing. There's that moment of severe annoyance when you try to use something and it doesn't do what it's supposed to...I'm like, "No. I press the power button and you turn on. Do it." That slowed down my photography, because my phone just doesn't cut it as far as Etsy pics. I borrowed my parents' camera yesterday, but I'm going to see about zapping my old one back to life. Then my vacuum sucks. Because it would not suck. Seriously? Start working, electronics/appliances! Here are some things to look at.
mid century shelves on Etsy
Seychelles is an island near Southeast Africa. I used to work with an older lady who came to the U.S. from this republic. Not sure how many people visit there, but I'm going to assume this was her husband's shirt. I'll list it as soon as I can get some decent daylight pictures with a camera. Or maybe I won't, I really like clothes with boats on them.
Red and white tulip dress on Etsy
Pleated, gray atomic print skirt on Etsy
Linking up with a living space and Sir Thrift a Lot and Thrifter/Maker/Fixer/Farm.