Monday, February 18, 2013

A New Listing! Holly Hobbie Vintage & Floral Flag Bunting

Being a child of the 1970's, I always had a love of Holly Hobbie.
Actually so did my grandmother, I remember (and now have) her 1976 Holly Hobbie Calendar and a few other 'trinkets', I think I'll be making some cards out of this calendar some time soon - or maybe later in the year ;)

My new style of bunting is a 'Holly Hobbie & vintage floral'.
I think I have came up with some thing so unique, you will not find a bunting quite like this anywhere in the world!
This cute fabric is 'hard to find' (made in the 1970's), I have purchased this preloved Holly Hobbie material from the USA - expensive to buy & to post, but its worthwhile, it's just so sweet!

More info on this item:

THIS ITEM: This Holly Hobbie Flag Bunting adds charm to any room, or outside area !!!

Total length is 3.3 meters / 330 centimeters / about 11 feet approx.
Eleven (11) flags in various fabrics.
There are six Holly Hobbie Flags! Three vintage floral flags & two Applique/sewn lace flags.
This set of flags are made from original preloved/used, vintage fabrics & doily lace.
The bunting flags are larger than my usual bunting flag size.

Single sided - can be viewed from front only. Holly Hobbie fabric is only on one side.
There are no unfinished edges on these flags.

Please Note: This item is ready to be posted, this may NOT be the actual bunting you will get but you WILL get the this style of bunting with the SAME fabrics :)

Need another of this style?  Just let me know as I have more in stock.

NOW Available In Store!

Did you know?
Holly Hobbie (born 1944) is an American writer and illustrator, and the name of a fictional character based on this person. Born Denise Holly Ulinskas, she married Douglas Hobbie in 1964. The real Holly Hobbie, a watercolorist and mother, who designed the original character in the late 1960's.In the latter part of the 1960's, while her husband was completing his college education, Holly, who studied art education at Pratt Institute and painting at Boston University, submitted her portfolio to American Greetings.  She sold the illustrations to American Greetings to use on their greeting cards. Her nostalgic collection of country children made their first public appearance on a line of greeting cards - and a character legend was born.

Also, In 1974, Knickerbocker Toys licensed the Holly Hobbie character for a line of rag dolls, which were a popular toy for young American girls.

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