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It’s the Vintage Kiddo Retro Round Up (a day late, but not a dollar short!)

Oh how I love a three day weekend!  And still they fly by so fast. I must admit that I spent quite a bit of chunk of crafting for a certain little one’s upcoming birthday party, but I did manage to pry myself away from my beloved sewing machine to find some sweet vintage goodness to share with you all!

This vintage floursack dress from the thirties might be the cutest thing I’ve ever seen in my life.  From eBay seller, jdbok.

This is a wonderful rare find–vintage petticoats in baby blue and ballerina pink. I would have given my eyeteeth as a little girl for these beauties.

As you know it’s pretty hard to find good vintage boys clothing that isn’t worn out! So when I found this deadstock little plaid polyester friend, I had to share it with you all! From Ebay seller, q-at-the-door.

I pity the fool who doesn’t want to play this game!  Like I could NOT have made that joke. C’mon,  we are looking at a board game with Mr. T on the front of it! I mean, look at him–giving us front row seats to the GUN SHOW! From Ebay seller, 1madaersol.

You have the mid-century dollhouse, then you can add this great vintage  mid-century bedroom set with lamp! From Ebay seller, mikeocean.

Don’t ask me why, but I’m a tad obsessed with these sneaker patterned  romper.  Vintage Health Tex no less! But now that you’ve seen them, aren’t you too? From Etsy seller, Blue Bird Lucy’s.

California is getting hammered with rain right now, which is making me wish these great  vintage Kids Tuff Kiks duck rain boots would be a great for the Peach. From Etsy seller, Mary Alice Felt Like It.

This sweet vintage dress kills me, it is so darn cute!  One part Heidi. One part Laura Ingalls and 100 percent ADORABLE!  From Etsy seller, Hart & Sew.

These vintage Playskool nesting blocks are so charming–just look at the typography along! That N for Nightingale is simply gorgeous! From Etsy seller, Carmen and Ginger.

I remember doing  sewing cards and thinking I was one step closer to making my own clothes and these vintage ones are just too cute for words. From Etsy seller, Amiable Leaf.

Happy Tuesday!

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  1. RocketGirl says

    Those boots! THAT BED! Oh, I want that bed so very much. But in real life queen size, please!

    • Dottie says

      I know, right? If I had a dime for everything I’ve seen in dollhouse form that I’d like for me, I’d have a very glamorous house!

  2. Krissy @ B.Inspired Vintage says

    OMG – Those boots are TOO cute! I hearted them… and MIGHT buy them, too. Hmmm…

    • Dottie says

      DO IT, Krissy, you deserve it!

  3. Juli says

    We have those boots! (found ’em at a thrift store) Kit adores them almost as much as her “parkly shoes.”

  4. Kyssa Vintage says

    The petticoats and nesting blocks….wow!!! You always find the most amazing things!

    • Dottie says

      You are very kind! But I gotta say, those petticoats are just bananas, they are so gorgeous! I might have to buy them… A nice alternative to all the tutus out there…

  5. Kim says

    Those Petticoats are great!! I’m trying to be good and not buy them, its sad to admit but its getting a little hard to close little girls closet door..yikes, so someone else needs to hurry up and snatch them up before I give in!!:)

  6. Dottie says

    Kim, I actually laughed out loud at that comment about not being able to close your daughters closet door. Ha!

  7. 3 ring circus • heather says

    oh i love those petticoats too! and sadly i have resorted to putting folded clothes on top of the dresser because nothing else fits inside them or the closet. I am right there with you kim!

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