Since I haven't been at the thrifts or estate sales much lately, I thought I'd try something new with Finds to Fancy- a little round up of things I'm fancying (that I think you might too) from around the world wide web.
We recently decided to use cloth napkins every day and not just for special occasions (my best friend, who has been doing this for years, will be proud). Of course, I'm now a bit obsessed with finding awesome napkins and have a serious crush on these
from Non Perishable Goods
. They come in a wide variety of great colors- I'm not even sure how I would choose.
A few years back I was introduced to Heather Bullard
through Serena of The Farm Chicks
. Last summer I had the pleasure of meeting her in person when she stopped by my booth at The Farm Chicks Show
. Beyond being a lovely person, she's one of my favorite stylists (you can see her work in Country Living most months), has great taste in vintage, and is a very talented photographer. Her site is one you'll love to follow- even the simplest posts are stunningly beautiful and I'm loving seeing the progress as she designs a new home here in SoCal.
I don't remember how I found Three Potato Four
, but I always enjoy browsing their online shop. In addition to a well curated selection of vintage goods, they have a wonderful line of original, new goods- like these arrows
I've saved the best for last. Andie Powers
, of Assemble Shop & Studio
has teamed up with Go Mighty
to offer a very cool online class all about starting a creative small business
. The class will equip you to develop a comprehensive plan for your own small business, and one lucky student will win a $500 grant plus a business consultation from Andie! Even better? Andie has graciously offered Gather and Hunt readers a 25% discount
! Just enter the code VINTAGE at check out. If you're thinking of starting a creative business this class will get you started out right.
Happy Friday everyone! I hope you have a lovely weekend ahead of you. I'll be working on a few posts for next week- including a few Cinco de Mayo posts and a little May Day DIY. See you then!