Her Tea Leaves
My name is Hannah 26 artist redhead, wood nymph, cat momma and all around animal lover. I post things relevant to myself and my likes. I do not claim these photos as my own unless stated otherwise. Vegetarian since I was five.
Sometimes a week goes by with so many lessons learned old and new you have to take a moment to think about it. Oh boy, was that this week for me. Lesson one: Have patience. In every way. With yours…
João Neves: Vintage matchbox design
Inspired by fortune tellers, João created this new vintage matchbox design. Ask the match any question - if it lights up first time, the answer is "Yes!".
Madame Fortunae Poster by Tim Nyberg
"Madame Fortunae" is another in my circus/sideshow/entertainer series. Available elsewhere on this site as a painting without the poster treatment/type.
Ellen Ruby Blog's
172 Liberty Cir, Hereford, PA, Hereford, PA Well maintained Single MH in Hereford Estates. Ready to move into! This 2 Bedroom, 2 Bath is in excellent condition and incudes a great open floor... 156 A...
Vintage Sream Train Collection 8 Difference Images To Choose: Make Your Choice Then Message Me With The Number Of The Sign You Require
• 8 Difference Images To Choose: Make Your Choice Then Message Me With The Number Of The Sign You Require • Vintage/Retro-Style Metal Wall Sign • 0.7mm Heavy Aluminium Metal Sign • • Approx Sizes; (8 x 6 inches 150 x 200 mm) (12" x 8" inches 300 x 200 mm) (16" x 12" inches 400 x 300mm) • • Rounded corners and punched holes for easy hanging/displaying • • Made In The UK. • • Please note: this sign will not include our security watermar
Vintage Halloween goodness
I'm always scouring the internet for fun vintage Halloween stuff. Enjoy! I like the little raccoon feet poking out from under the sheet. An old Gibbs ad for Halloween skivvies. (above and below from Kitschy Kitschy Coo) This one is fun...it reminds me of my mother. Mr. Scarol, like Clairol---get...
Antique Print Hand Fortune Teller's Hand | Etsy
This fortune telling guide shows the secret meanings held within the human palm. Palmistry was popular from medieval times and entered mainstream society in the Victorian era when interest in ghosts, fortune telling and travelling psychics crossed the continents of Europe and America and others