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obsession: xenia taler

I just came across Xenia Taler, a very talented artist. What made me stop, were these different tiles that fit so much into the spirit of Camp. The knot tile goes right along side our knot book that we sell in the Camp Wandawega store! She has created tiles with a campfire theme, arrowheads, fish-How do we not just scoop these all up?

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mothers day loot

Mothers day is right around the corner, friends. It’s time to show your mom’s how much you love them, with something sweet and memorable.Here are a few cards and gifts that I have been coming across, that I think would make any mom glow with happiness. mothers day cards: They always make them go “aw” and always melt their hearts. So make sure to get them one! House That Lars Built Rocket Ink Anemone Letterpress (This one is my favorite!) Printerette Press Small Gifts to say I love you. Odelae: hand bound journals. Beautiful and original love.  Schoolhouse Electric: Fill…

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thrifting for useful items

I love going thrifting and rummaging through antique stores to find one of a kind items. But these places are also good for finding items that can be used in your everyday life. It’s not only, usually designed better, but it is also green, because you are using things that have been made and forgotten.I went on a journey this past weekend to collect some special finds that could be used around Camp Wandawega and this is what I found. We found these really great vintage billiard chalk cubes that are in great shape and are perfect for use with…

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unique thrift. worth it everytime.

I had $26  and 30 minutes at the unique thrift up in Lincoln Square neighborhood: WHY I LOVE THIS JOINT: Charger & amp; matching plate from England- $5 Antique (new old stock ledger with leather binding) $2 2 1950’s faux wood trays $2 Assortment of vintage kitchen utensils: $5 Hand knit angora 50’s sweater: $2.90 6 decks of retro cards: $3 Herringbone wool throw: $4 Vintage thermos in mint condition: $2 This is why it is physically impossible for me to drive by one of these if their lights are still on. Thanks, unique. see you soon.

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10 inspiring things I saw today in Barcelona…

ONE: a flea market laiden with teensy booths of books and paintings…oh my! TWO: a 1940s alpine leather and canvas backpack. THREE: vintage scones (for the new sterlingworth cabin we just moved to wanda!). FOUR: the most beautiful little piazza. FIVE: tapas. to no end. SIX: mens clothing boutique (a mix of ivy league meets polo club meets lodge). SEVEN: an enormous table full of antique trophies (i got the huge one in the back left). EIGHT: the OMM hotel. NINE: Sagrada Familia. TEN: sangrias!

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