Things We Liked This Week (3/12/17 – 3/18/17)

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Our favorite finds from the internet this past week.

Dot (AtticAndBarnTreasures.com) – As we are all still shivering (even in Florida!) from this latest dose of winter – with Spring official on Monday I thought you might like a little help in planning your next trip south. Don’t worry – we should be warm by then! Welcome to some of the natural wonders of Florida.  ~enjoy~

JayDee (ThirdShiftVintage.com) – Okay. So I totally know what I am going to be doing this weekend if I can find some free time! If you have a spare dozen or more toilet paper cardboard tubes, send them my way, would you? Check out this artist who creates fun and unique faces using nothing but a toilet paper cardboard tube and his hands – so cool! You can watch the video of his faces at Junior Fritz Jacquet. For more inspiration, here is his website. And here is a video of someone trying to replicate these toilet paper roll faces.

Laurie (NextStageVintage.com) –  The town of Lincoln, MA has a couple of landmarks. The Walter Gropius house is the famous one. But Ponyhenge is the one that I find curious and organically exciting, in a molded plastic kind of way.

Linda (SelectiveSalvage.com) –  Had a rough day at the office? According to the BBC, watching nature videos is the perfect antidote for stress, anxiety and overall grumpiness. Who are we to argue with Mother Nature?

Mary Ellen (AuntHattiesAtticVintage.com) – I love Irish Music,Dance and the Corned Beef Dinner that this holiday brings. Happy St. Patrick’s Day Everyone! Virginia 7-year-old is Irish stepdancing champion  

Tina(GirlPickers.com) –  Spring is in the air and flea market season is not far off.  Why not take a road trip and check out this list of flea markets going cross country.  

Pam (VintageRenude.com) – I admit it, I’m a sucker for gorgeous architecture.  And as a vintage enthusiast, repurposing beautiful old buildings is right up there on my ” Things I love” list. Here are some fabulous old buildings that have been reborn by some amazing architects.  Enjoy! Abandoned buildings transformed into something beautiful

Have you found something on the internet this week that you would like to share? Post the link in a comment below!

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