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Favorite Vintage and antiquing blogs

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I love the pictures and styling of the this blog. To top that, these ladies lead tours to France to go flea market shopping! On my wish list!

I just found this great blog and it has fantastic tutorials. I don't know the owner of this blog, but as I read her second post, I found out she is fighting cancer, so my prayers and I hope yours are with her.

Although, this blogger is going through some tough personal times, she has fantastic repurpose ideas.

This is sort of a blog, but also a great source of repurposed "junk" by one of the 'queens of junk'.. Sue Witney.

Miss Mustard Seed is in the "creme de la creme" category of blogs for vintage and repurposing. She's highly quoted and well deserved. I like to go to her blog for great ideas and tutorials.

This girl is a hoot with her fun (sarcastic) humor and great advice about being an antique (vintage) vendor. The blog is called "Vintage Rescue Squad" and it's worth a read.

Vintage Rescue Squad

vintagerescue.typepad.com

Garden Antiques Vintage is my favorite blog to check each time I'm online. I've never met her, but she's a Texan and is well liked and admired and writes a great informative blog.

I;ve never met the owner of the Pokadot Closet blog, but I love her ideas and tutorials and follow her faithfully.

The two sister in laws who are the "the girls at Rusted Gingham" put on a fantastic Barn sale this November that Sisters Treasures had the pleasure of participating in. Their blog is fun and reflects their personalities.

Glory B's Cottage is in the same town as the antique mall Sisters's Treasures is in. This little house and the owner, Beverly are well worth visiting and if you can't do that, visit this blog.

Glory B's Cottage....

glorybscottage.blogspot.com

Fiona and Twig is the magic work a beautiful lady named, Anne who I'd had the pleasure of meeting. She is an amazing photographer and weaver of words! check her out.