Hatty Vintage

Just a few of the dresses that I will be selling tomorrow at the Birds Nest Vintage Flea Market. 

I hope to see you there. I have a plethora of velvet, sequins and fur. 

HVx 

Mad selection of vintage scarfs have arrived including some Mary Quant, Jaeger and Liberty. Wonderful colours and patterns.
HVx

Mad selection of vintage scarfs have arrived including some Mary Quant, Jaeger and Liberty. Wonderful colours and patterns.

HVx

Mink

I’ve just order a serious amount of Mink. From brooches and stoles to coats and hats. There is something for every budget and style. Photos to come soon. 

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One of the other stalls at the vintage flea Market. beautiful brooches and bags. I’ve defo got my eye on the crocodile bags.

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One of the other stalls at the vintage flea Market. beautiful brooches and bags. I’ve defo got my eye on the crocodile bags.

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My Little vintage corner.

My Little vintage corner.

I will be at the Vintage Flea Market this weekend in the Market Hall this weekend with lots of lovely garms and accessories. 
Hope to see you all down there. 
HVx

I will be at the Vintage Flea Market this weekend in the Market Hall this weekend with lots of lovely garms and accessories. Hope to see you all down there. HVx

Elderflower Cordial

 Elderflower Cordial

A friend and I went for a walk in the woods and I noticed that there was loads of elderflowers. Luckily I had my Thomas Key tote. I stuffed my belongings into my pockets and picked a load of flower heads to make some Elderflower Cordial. Here is the recipe a used and it tastes wonderful. Its really easy and saves you spending £4 a bottle at the shops. 

Enjoy. 

  1.  Shake the elderflowers to expel any insects, and then place in a large bowl.
  2. Put the sugar into a pan with the water and bring up to the boil, stirring until the sugar has completely dissolved.
  3. While the sugar syrup is heating, pare the zest of the lemons off in wide strips and toss into the bowl with the elderflowers. Slice the lemons, discard the ends, and add the slices to the bowl. Pour over the boiling syrup, and then stir in the citric acid. Cover with a cloth and then leave at room temperature for 24 hours.
  4. Next day, strain the cordial through a sieve lined with muslin (or a new j-cloth rinsed out in boiling water), and pour into thoroughly cleaned glass or plastic bottles. Screw on the lids and pop into the cupboard ready to use.

Some more snazzy brooches added this afternoon. 

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Just a few things that have been added to the online store today. More to come later!

Super cute salt and pepper shakers and 1980s quilted bag!