Monday, July 27, 2009


Tuesdays are a busy time...full of memes.

Hope you enjoy my collection of
interesting things,
cute things,
beautiful things,
just things that catch my eye.

FIRST: Diane at
A Picture is Worth a 1,000 Words
Interesting things:
Victorian-ish-type technology

Real working computers made from vintage parts

Next: Tam at
The Gypsy's Corner

Not just one, not just two but 3 or more
Cute things, lots of cute things!

(enlarge to see each and every deatail)

And finally Mary
Work of the Poet

rich ruby red beautiful things!

bought this magazine today

my thoughts about you!



Diane@A Picture is Worth.... said...

Hi Candy,
Great post! Making a computer look vintage is pure genius!

Thanks for linking to 2nd Time Around!

Lori E said...

That kitchen has quite a collection. One really does have to enlarge it to take it all in. Really cool.
The computers are amazing.

Reflections ... said...

I love your "Victorian computer". It's so neat - very creative! I enlarged that picture as well - that's amazing!


Dixie said...

Vintage computer.... hummmmm... good find!

great photos as always Miss Candy!

bj said...

Now that was a find and a half on that computer. So neat..
Love all your reds, too!!

Carletta said...

Ok, I want one of those computers!
How cool is that. :)
Did you make the postcard - sooo cute!

My post is here: Carletta’s Captures.

shaine said...

The love the computer,it's amazing!!!

Lady bug RT

Enchanted Rose Studio said...

Candy, that computer is fabulous! Such clever people out there! Love the red vanity vignette! Of course your velvet chair is killer! The green kitchen collection is amazing! Great colors...goes with my little mosaic table! ha! btw, going with your advice..keeping the drawer the way it is! ;)

Great post!


♥Itajeff♥ @Something To Share said...

Great the vintage computer..thanks for sharing
Have a nice day


Hootin' Anni said...

Love the red glass atomizer!!!

For my Ruby Tuesday, I went and stuck my foot in it!!! Stop by to visit if you can...have a great day.

SmilingSally said...

Very creative to think about a vintage computer. Happy 2nd Time Around.

Carrie said...

The Victorian computers are great! Love your red pictures.

~ ~ Ahrisha ~ ~ said...

Love your blog. It brings back so many great memories. Thanks Candy
~ ~Ahrisha~ ~

Poppedijne said...

That thirties potholders collection is such fun! Thanks for sharing.

Chris said...

Wow! I had to get my husband in here to look at thaose "vintage" computers! He's an electrical engineer & should be able to build one for me, don't you think? (He did not seem so inclined...)

The kitchen is fabulous!

Thanks so much for sharing!

Magical Mystical Teacher said...

Magazine cover
decked out in scarlet and black—
couldn’t resist it!

My Ruby Tuesday

Sandi McBride said...

Wow Candy...this was terrific! Great post!

Chari said...

Hi Candy...

I loved your post today! My friend, is that Victorianish computer yours? Ohhh my, I would have never thought up such a thing! hehe! I loved the old typewriter keys used on the keyboard! Too cool!!!

Ohhh...I just love the kitchen! Of course, I enlarged the photo so I could "drink in" all the details! Love all that old enamelware...I've never seen any in the sagey green color before! I love pretty!!! Ohhh myyy...all of the beautiful crocheted pot holders...that is a fabulous collection and so beautifully displayed!!!

Warmest wishes,

Cami @ Creating Myself said...

LOVE the "vintage" computers...too cool! Happy 3 or More Tuesday!

xinex said...

Hmmm, I wonder if I can ever make my computer look Frenchy! Cool Victorian computer, Candy!....Christine

Lynn said...

I love the computers made to look old!
What fun!
I wonder how long it took to collect the pot holders...

Avenue Junkie said...

love those vintage stuff. amazing and very unique especially today! nice ruby tuesday too. thanks for the visit!

Pat @ My Tattered Elegance said...

Awsome post, love the computer and old stoves. Thanks for sharing some things so unique.
I'll sent you mine and Charlene's phone number so maybe we can come to Dallas and meet you one day while your there and have lunch.
We would love to meet you in PERSON.

Carole said...

Okay, love the computer of vintage parts! lol

Gosh, look at all of those pot holders! Many of them remind me of the ones my mother used to make. I still have a few of them.