March 18, 2010

First Comes Love, Then Comes Marriage...

...then comes the baby in the baby carriage.

Look what arrived today from Sharon at My Vintage Studio. Aren't they precious? I can just see the babies who wore these adorable little shoes...chubby legs, rosy cheeks and curly locks. Can't you see them, too?

Here. This might help...
(Yes...that's a happy me in my pram in England. Don't you love my baby bracelet?)
Sharon has an Etsy shop, as well as her blog. You can click here to visit the shop. That's where I scored these precious shoes. Please tell her I said "hello".
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You may not have noticed, but I have moved all the current giveaway links to one new dedicated page. You can now find them by clicking the "Current Blog Giveaways" link on my top menu bar.

Blogger's new "Pages" feature is fantastic! It's helping free up a little sidebar space by moving items to their own page which links through the sidebar. Let me know in your comment if you'd like me to do a post on how to do this...

16 friends clicked here to leave a note for me:

Granny's Place said...

Ohhh I just love them. Have a nice weekend, greeting Madelon

Mandy said...

Thanks so much for offering to show how to do the new "pages" feature. It would be interesting to see just what this can do.
Best wishes,
Mandy:)

Rebecca said...

Oh how sweet you look!
Thanks for dropping by and I will put your link on my sidebar
Have a wonderful day
Blessings
Rebecca

Cape Cod Rambling Rose said...

What a darling baby photo of you... and that pram is wonderful!

The Texas Woman said...

Love those little baby shoes! Yes, I'd love for you to explain "pages" to me. You're so kinds to do that.

Maggey and Jim said...

Yes, that sounds great.. I need to move some of mine too,
Thanks,
Maggey

My Vintage Studio said...

Hi Donna. So glad your package arrived OK. Thank you for the shout out.

Wishing you a wonderful and creative weekend!

Hugs, Sharon

Createology said...

Hi Donna: I am so inspired by your blog. What will you do with these precious baby shoes?
I love your pages as it makes it so easy to find my way. I would love to have a tutorial on how to do this since I am completely computer challenged. Happy creating...

Anne - Fiona and Twig said...

Well aren't YOU just a little doll baby!

Those shoes are precious! I'm loving her Etsy shop and tags, too!

Love ya!
Anne

Shirley said...

They are adorable baby shoes. I would love for you to do a how to. I have been doing changes to my blog and would love to do a few other things, but I am kinda scared o.k. I am chicken for fear of losing things that I have already. Take care. Your Missouri Friend.

Shirley said...

They are adorable baby shoes. I would love for you to do a how to. I have been doing changes to my blog and would love to do a few other things, but I am kinda scared o.k. I am chicken for fear of losing things that I have already. Take care. Your Missouri Friend.

Twyla and Lindsey said...

Donna, you were such a cute baby! I love the baby shoes. I find myself drawn to them when I go to antique stores. Have a great weekend! Twyla

Michelle (Shell) May said...

You are just a cutie and I love your bracelet. How darling is that!

The Rustic Victorian said...

Just too cute for words,,,

purplepaint said...

Oh the baby shoes are so precious!!! I haven't been able to find many locally. Lucky you!

Donna@Conghaile Cottage said...

You are "SO DARN CUTE"!!! Yes those little shoes are precious! We came from the era that MOM'S always bronzed them, I saw some in a shop the other day with a hefty price tag. Hmmm, I'll have to see what my Mom did with ours!
I'll scoot on over to check out Sharon's shop! Thank you for the direction...
Oh, Lucky you to have had "BABY BLING"...Do you still have that little braclet???
Big Hugs,
Donna

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