{juicy stuff} horses for courses :: a Melbourne Cup-inspired treasury


Horse art photography- …

$40.00

Cufflinks and Buttons H…

$29.95

Victorian Trade Cards T…

$15.00

Horse Cameo Brooch – Vi…

$16.00

VINTAGE HORSE FIGURINES

$28.00

Large Wooden horse wall…

$65.00

Horse pendant necklace….

$9.00

Horse Necklace Wood Pon…

$10.00

Kentucky Derby Boy’…

$35.00

Vintage Palomino Horse …

$15.00

Sepia Hobby Horse Photo…

$24.00

Black and White Horses …

$25.00

Unisex COWBOY and HORSE…

$19.00

Horse PIn Vintage White…

$9.50

Brown Horse Brooch Badg…

$3.20

Horse photo – Wild is t…

$30.00

the race that stops a nation by 74LimeLane

Love it or hate it, it’s pretty hard to ignore it ~ today is Melbourne Cup day in Australia, also known as the race that stops the nation.

I’ve got to admit, I’m a bit partial to the horses. I blame genetics, I have an uncle that’s horse trainer.

So today, a little horsey treasury, that, wait for it, I made myself. This is officially my first Etsy treasury!

I’m out of the barrier ~ and definitely hooked.

Treasury tool by Red Row Studio.

{juicy stuff} wrapped up in red, white and blue

{juicy stuff} all things airmail

Celebrating the delicious colours of airmail stripes! Did you know the honour of the first airmail stamp belongs to Italy in 1917 and the Americans started the red, white and blue colour scheme, the bi-coloured scheme used to distinguish the service from regular mail and because of its patriotic link.

  1. Airmail twine from Divine Twine*
  2. Wallet from Dynomighty
  3. Japanese masking tape from Pretty Tape
  4. Paper plane coin purse from Totally Funky
  5. Airmail kraft envelopes from Kiosk
  6. Doormat from Graham and Green
  7. Cotton twill tape from it items

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*Divine Twine is a 74 Lime Lane advertiser

{juicy stuff} digging it

{juicy stuff} digging it

I got all inspired recently and took a trip to the store to get some lovely produce type plants to fill the sad and empty pots that constitute my veggie garden.

Spring is the perfect time to get out in the garden, the days are getting longer and everything is green and lush. Now I just have to remember to water my fledgling seedlings!

  1. Vintage yellow tools from Dish Dash Kitchen Co
  2. Trowel and Cultivator from Nana’s Mercantile
  3. Calendula salve from From My Hearth
  4. Upcycled apron from Paisley Path
  5. Garden gnome from Fernwood Gnome
  6. Garden markers from me2
  7. Vintage watering can from sushi pot parts

What are you turning your green thumb to this spring?

{images from their respective sources}

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