Saturday, May 16, 2009

~MORE VICTORIAN DIE-CUTS...With Love To You~

LOVE TOKENS BOOK

On May 4th I did a Posting on a fabulous vintage inspired book I found at Tuesday Morning! Did any of you venture out and find a copy of that delightful book for yourself? I hope you did! I continue to me mesmerized by it...truly lovely!

Last Saturday my Mr.AGPMan and I did more running around (that is a nice way of saying we were out "JUNKIN'!")and while out and about I stopped into one of the Tuesday Morning Stores in Oklahoma City. I, of course, was looking for another one of the fabulous Die-Cut Books I'd found a couple of weeks before.

I was sad when one wasn't to be found! I was scanning the racks for a book in a specific color and nothing even came close to the book I'd snagged a few days before... It was then I noticed hiding on one of the jam-packed shelves another book that looked oddly familiar! I pulled it out and sure enough it was from the same manufacturer and showcased even more delightfully sweet, vintage inspired graphics and die-cuts!

Intended for a Grandmother, the book was equally as beautiful as the one I purchased on my last outing. I was in heaven...

ONE OF MANY BEAUTIFUL PAGES

DECORATIVE ENVELOPES OPEN UP...

SOME OF WHAT YOU'LL SEE INSIDE!

ONE OF MY FAVORITES

My Grandma passed away last November when she was almost 92. She would have loved this book and I purchased it in memory of her. I proudly display it in my little guestroom as a reminder of her love for me and my love for her! It's safe next to the bed her great-great granddaughter, our beautiful Miss K, sleeps in when she spends the night.

CHARMING DIE-CUTS...THE BEST!

PROMISE...THEY'LL WARM YOUR HEART!

AN AMAZING PRICE...LESS THAN $5 BUCKS!

I hope if you love this charming book as much as I do you'll be able to squeeze in some time to hunt one down!

Blessings to you as you venture out on another beautiful Saturday...Rebecca

9 comments:

blushing rose said...

These are wonderful, romantic, sweet die cuts. I love mine & can never thank you enough for bringing them to our attention.

Weekend enjoyment & blessings ~ TTFN ~ Marydon

Celestina Marie said...

Hi Rebecca, Looks wonderful, I will be watching for this beauty at my local Tuesday Morning. Thank you for sharing this with everyone.

Bope you have a nice weekend. Nothing but rain here, but the flowers are so pretty.
Hugs, Celestina Marie

Marilyn said...

I absolutely love vintage papers!!
Beautiful Post!!

Come on over to my blog for a huge Give Away!!
Hugs,
Marilyn
xxoo

English Cottage in Georgia said...

Absolutely beautiful purchase. Isn't it wonderful when something reminds us of loved ones:-). I love the concept "purchased in memory of" - so endearing. Any use of your newly purchased diecuts will be done with your grandmother in your heart and hands.

Eclectic Pink Rose said...

Beautiful purchases and even more beautiful the way you display the book in your guest room to remind you of your Grandmother. I bet your house is like a big ol' pink hug!!!
XOXO ♥ Teresa

Anonymous said...

Hi Ladies,
I found one on used book website after doing a Google search and paid only $2.97 and about same for postage! Wonderful condition and now to have such a nice book for my library in my office!

Tanza said...

Good morning sweet ~r~,
Lovely little books you've found..You know how I adore these sweet lil' girl pictures.. Soo sweet and innocent.. A whole different era in time !! I'll have to wander into my store and check them out.. I've been incredibly busy.. No time to shop ALL week..boohoo..Got Tay off to DC yesterday.. He's bye-bye for 10 days.. I'll be shopping and out and about NOW !! Can't wait to find treasures for meee.. I LoVe my sweet friend.. Have a blessed Jesus filled Sunday.. hugs and love to you, ~tea~xo

Deb said...

What lovely books you found Rebecca & wonderful memories of your Grandmother that finding them brought back.

Lee Laurie said...

How beautiful! I love this book and the other one tht you found as well. I have bought things in memory of other people before also.
Hugs,
Lee Laurie

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