Friday, September 6, 2013

Out and About

For all you Oklahoma girls, there’s a new vintage mall in OKC!  For the rest of you unlucky out-of-state girls, a little eye candy.  Decades Revisited just opened yesterday and it promises to be a GREAT mall for all of us vintage lovin’ girls! 


Even on the first day, with the work still continuing, we found wonderful displays and yummy merchandise.


Photos don’t do these four chairs justice!  They are so cute!  Just about every color from caramel to hot pink.


Wonderful vignettes and booth displays.






Decades Revisited is located in OKC at 3639 NW 39th.  You can find them on facebook as decadesrevisted.

Please give them a visit.  You won’t be disappointed.  Many of our favorite “junkin’ buddies” have beautiful booths there and you are bound to find something you can’t live without.

That was yesterday.

Today, Heather and I made a trip to Michaels, thinking we would be in and out in a flash and headed back home in no time.  WRONG!  We were quickly bombarded with creative and project idea overload.  If  you’ve been to Michaels, you’ve probably seen this line…


art-i-cake  charms.  Oh my gosh!  They have only gotten cuter over time!  I could have left with one of each.  Here is a quick shot of their Halloween offerings.


And this is their Christmas.  They’ve recreated tiny frozen charlottes and baby dolls, and and …..on and on. 

That is all of the pics. that I have for you today.  We bought two baskets full of creative goodies.  The creative fun begins tomorrow for Heather and I!

Have a wonderful weekend!



  1. Oh...boy! A new antique good to hear that! I might go on Sunday! I droll over all those charms every time I'm at Michaels. I have not been in awhile and was planning on going tomorrow.

  2. Thanks for the info on the new mall. Im in Tulsa where you have us beat in the shopping! So many great shops. Will be adding this to my antiquing in the city next month.

  3. I love shopping out of town vintage malls.....Virtually of course, thank you for sharing this



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