Vintage Lady in Scarf Vignette

February 24, 2012
Wow! Didn't know what to title this post. This is a favorite vintage lady portrait of mine, not signed by anyone that I can see but the frame appears old, I purchased it at an antiques store, and the lady is indeed from days gone by.

I love her expression! A faint smile.

I love her pose! A little spunk maybe with her hand on hip.

The Little Giant Webster Dictionary Self Pronouncing copyright 1943 was my great grandma's. The magnifying glass is made from the handle of silverware.

I just added a doily, a plant, a couple books, and button jar in a silver tray for the vignette.

Just love vintage ladies! (Still working on the frame glass glare on my photos)



Thanks for reading my blog, Carlene

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  1. What a beautiful picture and such a lovely vignette you created!


  2. Such a sweet vignette.

    - The Tablescaper

  3. Love love LOVE this print Carlene!
    Such a sweet face!

    Hope you will stop by later this week
    for the linky party. Favorites on the
    First when we will all share our favorite

    Please post her face. I know you will get lots
    of friends coming by to see more!


  4. Your vintage lady has the sweetest face!
    Mary Alice

  5. She's very pretty. I love the simplicity of your vignette.

  6. Great picture! She does look a little spunky, doesn't she? Love it!

    Stopping by via The Polohouse link.

  7. Such a beautiful picture! Lovely vignette!

  8. Awesome print Carlene. Such a lovely vignette. I can easily see why you choose this to share.

    The French Hutch

  9. Carlene, this is absolutely charming. I like that you included the painting in the vignette. ;-)


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