Yours are charming...Fun to make!xoxo~Kathy @Sweet Up-North Mornings...
Oh my, your vintage lace cuffs are just beautiful! You are so talented! Took a look at your blog, what a precious picture of your little boy! Happy I found your blog!Nancy
The vintage lace cuff bracelet is interesting, and looks like something perfect for a bride to wear. I especially like the one with the ruffle. That could also look really sweet for the top part of gloves. Fun stuff! Can't go wrong with vintage! :)
Gorgeous!!!! What a wonderful alternative to a corsage.
So pretty & utterly feminine!!Love,Marilynxxoo
Oh how pretty! I just love your creations. What beautiful detail and I am sure those will sell like hotcakes. Thanks for sharing and have a great day!Hugs,Janet BernasconiJanet's Creative Pillows
Those are really beautiful! CarrieNoelle Garrett Designs
What delicate pieces of handiwork! It is so hard to find quality vintage lace lately and you have hit the jackpot. They are so very beautiful and it is very obvious that you put a lot of love and care into making these. The hand stitching is so precise. They are sure to sell fast! What a wonderful gift to give a bride for their upcoming June wedding! I only wish that I knew someone getting married and I would purchase one!
Becca, dear friendThank you for your sincere and kind words today, they were the medicine the doctor prescribed!!! It meant the world to me, to find my friends support my feelings entirely! Beautiful picture of your Mom, cherish her, I miss mine tons! Love,Lori
Oh my heavens I just love the cuffs and bracelets! Darling! Your blog and home are oooohhhh laaaaa laaaa! Please stop by for a visit, I am new!Hugs,Olivia
Oh Becca these are gorgeous! Just my kind of adornment. I love the idea of an ankle cuff!hugs
Beautiful work! Your pieces are so feminine and delicate. Best of luck with your sales.
Becca, those cuffs are so adorable. I love the vintage look and wish more people would like it around here. Beautiful job. Hugs, Pat
These are all just gorgeous! I love lacey Victorian things!Katherine
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