Alrighty…count your dear selves very lucky that the very funky and clever Miss Sophie Hill of Tassie gem, “That Vintage” has decided she wants to give one of YOU the divine brooch pictured. Yes I know…it would be a pretty damn gorgeous edition to a winter coat or blazer!!
The Vintage Framed Winter Bird Brooch (made from Tasmanian Myrtle) will also be shown in the company of all the other “That Vintage” creations on Saturday the 11th of June when Sophie brings her Tasmanian goods to the Auckland Art + Craft Fair! Like what you see at the website? Then get your hot body down to the fair!!
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Drawing June 1.
Thanks for all your divine stories! Shows that treasures from the past are just as precious as the new and shiny. Congratulations to Jacinta for her winning entry. She said: “I have this glowmesh clutch with amazing trim from my grandmother – She used to take it to the dances with her. (where she met my grandfather – cuuute.)
I use it all of the time but at a wedding a few weeks ago somebody commented on how cute it was that my boyfriend (as oposed to me) was always showing people and getting them to touch it because it feels so nice, what a cutie.