Saturday, February 27, 2010

Groovy Shadows

How do you like one of our newest finds?
These vintage tumblers are heavy & very hip...
they also make some fun shadows!
Head on over to Hey Harriet for some more groovy shadows this weekend!

16 comments:

Melody said...

OOOHHH, those would make wonderful holders for tealights...what a glow.

Blondie's Journal said...

Gorgeous! The Partridge Family wants them back.

xoxo
Janie

sarayutouched said...

i agree...tealights would look wonderful in there...would not last long as glasses in my house!!!

Sylvia K said...

Oh, these are so lovely! Love the colors! Great shots for the day! I'd love to have a couple of those for tealights!! Hope your weekend is going well!

Sylvia

Cassie said...

Yes, groovey shadows can be found here at your shop!! I remember seeing this type of glass when I was young.

Ralph said...

The colors and gold leaf are stylish, a busy yet pleasing design from decades ago. Please advise when the party starts and the punch is served!

readingsully2 said...

Very nice indeed.:)

Catherine said...

very groovy indeed!!

Hey Harriet said...

Yep, groovy glasses and shadows! I haven't seen glasses like that before. They look like little glasses of leadlight. I like the tealights idea. How sweet they'd look!

Have a great week girls!

Riet said...

beautiful tumblers and I love the shadow

Sarah said...

Very pretty-they do make good shadows too and I agree about the tealights!

frayedattheedge said...

You always have such lovely things in your photos, I forget to look at the shadows!!

Magical Mystical Teacher said...

What drinks have they held,
these tumblers of old? Whisky?
Perhaps—and ice cold!

Shards-n-shadows

Serendipity said...

Nice shadows :)

Paula Scott said...

Those tumblers are tempting! ANd absolutely gorgeous, not to mention the shadows.

Patti said...

I think I remember those kinds of glasses from the '60s!

Pretty. And tealights, or votives, would be perfect.

Happy shadow seeking this week!

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