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Monday, February 1, 2010

Oh My, A Mermaid!

Every now and then I find a treasure that warms my heart. 
This happens often when I shop at Abigail's in Idaho.
 When I saw this vintage wall plaque set I couldn't stop smiling.  
This bathing beauty 
and her swimming companions came home with me in my suitcase.
A bit kitschy, oh so cute and PINK!   If they warm your heart, too, you can find them here.


Beach Vintage said...

She is truly adorable with all her little fishy friends.

Elyse said...

very fun! love the gold/pink combo.


Mermaid Queen said...

Love the mermaid you brought home! :) Martha

melissadc76 said...

Hi Cindy!
I'm so glad you found some things you love at the shop.
Sorry I missed you when you were there, I hope my helper took good care of you!

Also, thanks for the kind words on your blog!
Melissa- Abigail's

Margie said...

What an adorable shop! I want to go there:) Probably too far and blizzardy for me to get there any time soon, so thanks for sharing! With Blessings ~ Margie

Philippe said...

Thank you about your visit and comment on e-magDECO. At moment, our e-magazine isn't tanslate by a human but there is google translate with your navigator navbar !
Do you have try this ?
Best wishes.

Barbara Jacksier said...

I absolutely love your finds. As soon as I finish shoveling (yet another 6 inches!) I'll post my Waterside Wednesday and add a link to your marvelous mermaid.

Faye said...

Oh Cindy, I love all your finds..I wish I was with you..LOL Hope you have a great week..Blessings, Faye:)

Brabourne Farm said...

She's a gorgeous little cutie! Leigh

Alison Gibbs said...

Oh how sweet, no wonder you took her home.
Thanks for visiting my blog too and I am now finally feeling better.

Tracey said...

Hi Cindy! I wanted to get back to you about the note you left on my blog...unfortunately I do not have any back issue of the JDL magazine. Sorry!

Have a wonderful weekend! I'm off to a mini flea market tomorrow - yeah!

:) T

The Urban Chic said...

Oh my gosh Cindy, I think my mom still has those plaster molds. Will have to check the garage and storage building. We had those in our pink bathroom from the 50s. Pink and gray were the colors of the bathroom. You truly find some really cute kitschy things. Love your blog. I am a new follower and just recently started loving pink again. Hugs, Pat

Cindy ~ My Romantic Home said...

Thanks for stopping by and leaving that nice comment! I hope all is well with you! The little mermaid is adorable.

pinkstilettos said...

This mermaid is very very cute! Love it!

Maya said...

I just saw these over at Barbara Jacksier. So adorable!!


What a great find! I would have scooped it up too!

someplace in thyme said...

Oh what a fabuous find!! So retro and so 50's. I bet if my mother saw these she would remember the color and the decor. I love them, and would love to see them up. Char