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A Piece of My Hippie Home

Here's a post from Sugar Editorial Assistant Brittney Stephens from the Lovely Little Vignettes group:

I combined my favorite hippie coffee table books, an antique frame, candles, and a found antler to create one of my favorite parts of my home — this little vintage-inspired vignette. I bought the daffodils from Trader Joe's for like $1 a bunch. Blooms make a big difference!

Have you been doing any decorating lately? Be sure to share photos with the Lovely Little Vignettes group!

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Brittney-Stephens Brittney-Stephens 4 years
Oh! The "Girls Say Yes" photo is one of my favorite finds! It's actually a Vietnam War awareness print, and the girls in the photo are Joan Baez and her two sisters. It was basically a tongue-in-cheek way of telling guys 'girls will date you if you don't agree to be a part of the war'. I first came across at a Bob Dylan exhibit at the Getty Museum and scoured the internet until I found a copy on eBay! The monogram glass has less of an interesting story. It was a 21st birthday gift from a friend; I think it's just from Urban Outfitters. I didn't have any small vessels for the daffodils, so I used the glass instead. That's all! Thanks so much for asking :)
Brittney-Stephens Brittney-Stephens 4 years
Oh! The "Girls Say Yes" photo is one of my favorite finds! It's actually a Vietnam War awareness print, and the girls in the photo are Joan Baez and her two sisters. It was basically a tongue-in-cheek way of telling guys 'girls will date you if you don't agree to be a part of the war'. I first came across at a Bob Dylan exhibit at the Getty Museum and scoured the internet until I found a copy on eBay!The monogram glass has less of an interesting story. It was a 21st birthday gift from a friend; I think it's just from Urban Outfitters. I didn't have any small vessels for the daffodils, so I used the glass instead.That's all! Thanks so much for asking :)
Elka-Karl Elka-Karl 4 years
I love the "girls say yes" photo as well as the glass/vase that the daffodils are in. What's the story behind each of these pieces?
lauren lauren 4 years
Looks great and I love the pop of color from the flowers, too cute!
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