Gayware advertisements In the kitchen...Retro canisters can really brighten up your kitchen! Canisters, such as Gayware, are not sealed tight and so should not be used to keep things fresh over long periods of time. But they are handy for things when clipped closed in their packaging like biscuits, cereals, flour, pasta, lollies, bread, nuts,… Continue reading So Bright, So Light and You Seal It Tight…….Gayware!
Bowling has been around throughout history but it seems to have an association with the late 1950s. This is probably due to its great popularity with teenagers during this era. Bowling is a fun and a simple recreational pastime! Some people bowl professionally in sporting tournaments. Professional bowling tournaments were quite popular in the late… Continue reading How we roll….
How to be the cutest snow bunny when you hit the slopes With these cold winds blowing, I thought it was a fitting time to get out my parka. I have some extra time on my hands, and I thought my parka was too plain... so it seemed the perfect time to spruce it up!… Continue reading Snow Bunny
While staying at home, I have been doing a lot of craft and sewing. I recently purchased a denim vest for my dog and decided to spruce it up and add a rockabilly twist! Here is what you will need: Dogs denim vest 2. Patches, buttons or cool fabric ￼ 3. Scissors 4. Thread 5.… Continue reading Hot Diggity Dog
At the start of the year I had a wonderful photo shoot experience at the Botanical Gardens. It was a fantastic day and I would recommend everyone have the experience at least once. It was a lot of fun and really special. The photos were taken by Tofu Photography Here are some of my… Continue reading Photo Shoot
I have a creative and practical way of displaying and storing my earring collection! I will show you the the steps of how to make this earring holder artwork. It is easy and only takes a couple of hours. Materials you will need: Picture frame Fabric of your choice Spray paint Chicken wire Small screwdriver… Continue reading Earrings as Art
The 'lost pinup girl' was named Hilda. She was considered controversial, and was the creation of artist, Duane Bryers. Duane Bryers (1911-2011) was an American illustrator, artist, sculptor and created pinup artist. He was known for his watercolours of playful female pinups, but remains most famous for his reoccurring artwork of Hilda. Duane Bryers Hilda… Continue reading Lost Pinup Girl
I recently hosted a 1950's style BBQ and invited some friends. Let me tell you how I went about preparing for my 1950s themed event! Image 1 Firstly, the dress code was 1950s style. This made for excellent themed photos and great memories! The men dressed in jeans with rockabilly shirts or t-shirts. They rocked… Continue reading You’re invited to a 1950’s BBQ!
In order to achieve the perfect 1950s fashion look, you need to know and understand the fashion trends of the era. I have done some research over time and here is what I have found are the key pieces: Swing dresses Petticoats for fullness Slim sheath dresses I hope this has helped you gain more… Continue reading Back to Basics: Your Guide for Channelling the 1950’s
Three days of Peace and Music An advertisement for Woodstock 1969 https://encrypted-tbn0.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn%3AANd9GcROk6VdMo94_I8MdK3zKAN0rJQhDxcTQ-VR5RQjCYq_nP0KWyCw On the 50th anniversary of Woodstock it seemed only fitting to write about it... I have been watching so many documentaries and interviews recently of stories from people that attended! Woodstock was held at a dairy farm in the town of Bethel, New… Continue reading Woodstock 1969