Louisa Claire

Vintage Prints

This gorgeous print arrived in the post on Monday….isn’t it AMAZING??

Her name is Louisa and she has red hair!! Now if only I could sew….


I am completely in love and they have the most amazing and beautiful collection of old-fashioned prints. The Louisa one is from the 1950s. I first came across Vintage Prints at the Rose St Markets and it was love at first site.

The collection is gorgeous, you must check it out! Here’s a small sample of their offerings…


Vintage Prints is owned and operated by Martine & Drew Booth in Olinda, VIC. You can find them online here


This is not a sponsored post just a cute find from another Australian small business that I thought you might like and wanted to share with you.

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  1. It is gorgeous!!! What would you sew (if you could)? Actually, you don’t really need to sew it.. It would be lovely as a wall-piece. Just find a nice frame, or canvas. That’s what I do when I find lovely printed fabrics, and only can afford a tiny part.
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  2. I’ve been following your blog and love it!

    Just letting you know that I’m awarding you with the Versatile Blogger Award.

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    I’m also passing the rules for accepting this award:

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  3. Great stuff! I love the picture of Louisa it looks ancient but it is not obvious actually I love her hair she is truly lovely. I love it very much.

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