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Collecting French Baskets

French Baskets… I love all things vintage…they have a story…they have been loved. I love many things French…there’s a charm and allure to items from and inspired by the French…combine that – I love collecting...
by A Delightsome Life on Jun 21, 2016

Embrace Your Clutter!

It's often said that one man's junk is another man's treasure, and a trip to any car boot sale will reveal a whole host of junk/treasure, dependent on your viewpoint.  The same can be said for the treasured things in our homes, what the Marie Ko...
by Attachment Mummy on Jun 14, 2016

Fairycon'16~ ✩ (1-3 April 2016)

Hellooo!This blog post is super late, I know!But better late than never.Lately I haven't had the time for my blog because.. I dunno(?)Well, let's start with the post!2 april me, my boyfriend and Karna went to Fairycon'16 in Kalmar (Sweden).It took ab...
by Himenannie on May 23, 2016

NeonMob: Etsy x CCGs = Something Very Cool

Collectable card games have always been a bit of a phenomenon. Since their introduction in 1993, they’ve been a hit with collectors and players alike. Magic: The Gathering would be the staple CCG still going strong with fans all over the world;...
by iPhoneGlance on May 23, 2016

Doctors are collecting samples from DEAD cancer patients in a bid to cure disease

DOCTORS will be collecting blood and tissue samples from patients who have died from cancer to find out what happens during the final stages of the disease. Thanks to: Daily Express :: Health Feed...
by Celebrity gossip news on May 13, 2016

ScreenUsed Spring 2016 Auction Results

ScreenUsed recently held their spring 2016 two day auction on March 19-20th with day two being live at the inaugural Silicon Valley Comic Con that took place in San Jose at the convention center. Total sales for the two day event were $ 548,258.00 wi...
by Collectors Hype on Apr 3, 2016

ScreenUsed Spring 2016 Auction Results

ScreenUsed recently held their spring 2016 two day auction on March 19-20th with day two being live at the inaugural Silicon Valley Comic Con that took place in San Jose at the convention center. Total sales for the two day event were $ 548,258.00 wi...
by Collectors Hype on Apr 3, 2016

Tamagotchi 4U+ ♡

Hello~!Today I'm gonna show you my Tamagotchi 4U+ that I got last week.I haven't had the time to blog about it until now because I have been sick - had influenza.I'm still little sick tho but not that much so I have to stay home from my work/internsh...
by Himenannie on Mar 15, 2016

ScreenUsed Two Day Spring 2016 Auction March 19-20

ScreenUsed goes to Comic-Con! Yes it sounds like a movie title but it is the reality for the upcoming annual spring auction of TV and Movie memorabilia. This year is the inaugural Silicon Valley Comic Con taking place in San Jose at the convention ce...
by Collectors Hype on Mar 2, 2016

ScreenUsed Two Day Spring 2016 Auction March 19-20

ScreenUsed goes to Comic-Con! Yes it sounds like a movie title but it is the reality for the upcoming annual spring auction of TV and Movie memorabilia. This year is the inaugural Silicon Valley Comic Con taking place in San Jose at the convention ce...
by Collectors Hype on Mar 2, 2016

Spring London Film and Comic Con – Nick Frost

This weekend was Spring London Film and Comic Con and I headed down on the Saturday to meet Nick Frost (Shaun of the Dead, Attack the Block, Hot Fuzz etc) and catch up with some friends. The day started early with us catching the coach to London at a...
by Chimmyville on Mar 1, 2016

Antique Collecting: Trying to be Joanna Gaines

OK. Is anyone else obsessed with Fixer Upper on HGTV? That is probably  a silly question, because whenever I talk about how much I want a Fixer Upper done by Joanna Gaines, everyone chimes in about how much they love the show as well. Joanna has suc...
by This Librarian's Life on Feb 3, 2016

Make Up Artist Magazine: Bob Burns Interview and Tour!

Bob Burns is a legend among many in the TV and Movie making business the world over. Bob is also in my opinion the godfather of collecting and the preservation TV and Movie memorabilia. Part of how I personally got into collecting is owed in most way...
by Collectors Hype on Jan 19, 2016

Sculpted in Steel: Art Deco Automobiles and Motorcycles, 1929–1940

From Feb 21, 2016 – May 30, 2016, The Museum Of Fine Arts Houston showcases the art and elegance of Art Deco design as expressed through automobiles and motorcycles of the period.  Sculpted in Steel showcases 14 cars and three… Continue...
by Sartorial Life on Dec 31, 2015

The Fantastic Laos Vacations

There are many things to know about laos, a former colony in the French Indochina. First of all, it is a landlocked country with no access to ocean, closed by Cambodia, Vietnam, Thailand and China.... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my webs...
by Travel on Dec 18, 2015

When You Collect Portraits of People You Don’t Know

I am a collector of many things.  MANY, MANY things. One of my favorite collections is that of vintage portraits. My favorites are ladies from the 1950s and 1960s. My latest find is this lovely woman, circa 1952: vintage portrait from EBTH Currently...
by The Decorologist on Nov 2, 2015

Glass animals by Nikita Drachuk

Meet Ukrainian glass artist Nikita Drachuk who creates amazing glass figurines of animals and plants using the technique of lampworking (A type of glasswork where a torch or lamp is primarily used to melt the glass. Once in a molten state, the̷...
by Worthwhilesmile on Oct 22, 2015

A Pendulum Clock is a Delightful Expansion to Any Home

Interior Design Ideas - A Pendulum Clock is a Delightful Expansion to Any Home"Simply envision the tolling of a Pendulum Clock – that is the sound that transforms a house into a home"The American lyricist Henry Work was staying at the George I...
by Interior Design Ideas on Oct 18, 2015

Obsession or Therapy?

I’m in trouble. I thought that by the time I got to mid-middle age I’d give up collecting “things.” You know — weird oddities that tickled your fancy back in the day, but now you’ve got so many you need a room with...
by Humoring The Goddess on Sep 3, 2015

Collecting and Saving Teeny Yellow Tomato Seeds

Today we have teeny yellow (and red) tomatoes coming out our yin-yan. I am joyful with such abundance during a year of drought, and grateful for the friends who passed the wonderful little yellow tomato starter plants on to us (when we had opted...
by Organic Gran on Aug 21, 2015


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