My dad gave me this feather. It's not just any feather, nope! It's an antique writing feather that has special meaning to our family. It's the writing feather that my great-grandfather and great-grandmother used on January 23rd 1909 to sign their marriage certificate. Isn't that so cool?
It's so special that they were able to safe it through 2 world wars, especially since they almost lost everything in the second world war.
The date is engraved into the gold part of the feather.
I will cherish this piece of history for sure and pass it along to my kiddos.
Then I bought these two macrame plant hangers at a thrift store. 1 Euro for both, yay!
The second one is a double hanger and I'm not sure what pots to use in it or where to hang it, but hey I had to buy it ;)
I snatched up this old brass fish towel ring from my parent's guest bathroom.
Sorry dad! It'll look so good in our powder room though,
And when I came home from Germany,
the hubby surprised me with this amazing massive brass skull.
I love it so so much. I recently spied it over at Emily Henderson's HERE
and can you spy it in the following photo?
Such a great Craigslist find, don't you think so?
For now it's just leaning on my sideboard. Oh where to put it??
That's it for today. Short and sweet!