I just couldn't resist. Now that I have a stash of vintage decals, I embellished another item . . .here.)
Around our house, I have many items that sport their original 1940's decals applied by housewives from the past, like the vintage soap powder dispensers that reside on top of our Hoosier cabinet.
Even this vintage wooden Dutch girl piece has tiny flower decals.
A couple of canisters wearing charming decals of a lady in her garden are perched on an antique doll dresser in my studio.
Atop my kitchen's pie safe, you'll find a rusty old bread box with another lady decal.
Here's the rest of my soap powder dispenser collection with their decal embellishments.
And lastly, on my studio's computer desk, an old napkin holder with a water lily decal holds the mail.
These vintage pieces proudly wear their original decals, applied by do-it-yourselfers from days gone by. This week, I've been consumed with decals, having spent hours listing my Meyercord lot on Etsy. And I've also had a little fun with decal decorating, as well.