More Shop News: Creating This Life on Etsy

Hello and happy Friday! I’m popping in today to share some more shop news with you. I’m excited to announce that Creating This Life is now on Etsy!

This is something I’ve wanted to do for a while now. As you probably know, I love to shop estate sales and antique stores and I find way more treasures than I can ever use myself. So rather than leave them behind, I’ll be picking them up to put in the Etsy shop.

Here is some of what is in the shop now.

I love vintage transferware and I thought this turkey platter would be perfect for this time of year.

This vintage throw has two great things going for it: a classic buffalo plaid pattern and it is so, so soft.

Nothing warms up a room like books, and I loved this pair of books by Dickens which were printed in England by The Oxford University Press.

Another classic: a vintage wicker demijohn bottle. These look great in kitchens and dining rooms.

You know I will snag any blue and white pieces I find, like this English vintage jar by in the Willow pattern by Staffordshire.

I also pick up silverplate when I can find it. I LOVE the lions head details on this ice bucket.

And I use pieces like this champagne bucket as planters or to hold utensils in the kitchen.

I ran across four of these English transferware bowls in The Friendly Village pattern that I love and use at Thanksgiving. They still make these dishes new, but I love the vintage pieces like these too.

And I can’t seem to pass up classic cookbooks, like this vintage Martha from the 80s.

So those are the kinds of things you’ll be seeing in the shop if you’re interested. You can see the whole shop by clicking here.

I’ll occasionally post new items here and also on Instagram when I add them. If there’s anything you want me to keep an eye out for, let me know!

Have a wonderful weekend!

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