Wednesday, October 7, 2009

corner view 'souvenir'


corner view this week souvenirs


from the Netherlands are


wooden shoes ,tulips, windmills, Delf blue


I got a small collection of vintage Eiffel Towers, so if you like a dutch souvenir let me know..
want to know more about souvenirs spain daily

32 comments:

Francesca said...

Oh, Delft blue! There's some fine, fine old Delft pottery around(collectbles, and not quite in the souvenir category)!

Line said...

what a great post on souvenir, lovely photos!!

isabelle said...

I was wondering how dutch vintage eiffel towers look like ...

jgy said...

I always loved the little painted wooden shoes and tulips.
Makes me want to visit Holland!

Ian said...

Very nice souvenirs. Have you ever worn clogs? Does anybody in the Netherlands still wear them nowadays?

Grace said...

Love the bowls...it would be a nice surprise to find treasure at the bottom of your soup bowl!

Cabrizette said...

wooden shoes, wouhaou !!! Can you really walk with that shoes ??? What about vintage tour eiffel ??? I want to see them !

Inna said...

Those postcards are pretty!

You have a collection of vintage Eiffel Towers! Sounds great!

Amy Bradstreet said...

Oh, Kay, I love your photos, they are wonderful! I never made it out this week to take similar shots of our town's offerings and many of the shops are closed now, anyway, so I love that you did this. Those little bowls are sweet.

B said...

Lovely postcards, and I love the mini wooden shoes! Dutch souvenirs are the best kind!

Kimmie said...

I would probably buy one of each :)
Love the deflt blue .... such a pretty blue!

(my CV is HERE)

ibb said...

I bought some wooden shoes, some flowers for my grandmother and an old jar for my mother in a flea market. Quite a bit typical!

malo said...

Love those photos of the postcard stands.

Cate said...

love those little clogs. and the tulips, of course, though i don't think you can bring those home, can you?

Di said...

I love your souvenirs and I have to say I think I have a couple of those postcards in a drawer since my last visit to Schipol!!

nico said...

i can´t help it i love wooden shoes ,tulips, windmills & Delf blue :0)

Ma life à moi said...

Beautiful souvenirs, I would love to visit your country again, last time I was ten!

Kasia said...

I love those wooden shoes but what I really admire aboutNetherlands are tulip fields. It would be paradise for me and my camera, I guess :)

Thank you for sharing! have a beautiful day,
Kasia
x

Lollipop said...

heel mooi! Very Dutch indeed!

janis said...

The Netherlands - such a great place and a wonderful souvenir itself.
...Clogs would be a practical souvenir for my garden - maybe I should get myself some next time ;)

Grey Lemon said...

Very typical souvenirs indeed! I really like your photos, especially the ones with the postcards!

jgy said...

PSS My favorite postcard it that pink field of tulips with the windmill.
Anything you'd like from Japan?!

MODsquad said...

Oh, those bowls are darling!! Great souvenirs! I'd love to pick up all of them!

Happy Day!

likeschocolate said...

Funny, I have several of those souvenirs from Holland the shoes and the ceramic blue and white shoes they hang on my Christmas tree every year.

Jodi said...

i must be hungry, those shoes look good enough to eat!

Le blÖg d'Ötli said...

Lovely pictures and beautiful "souvenirs"... I'm on my way to pick one ;)

la ninja said...

hey, another adopted dutchie! :)

I have bought those bowls to take home to friends in the past (it's not the bijenkorf, is it?)

how funny to see our different takes on this week's cv! :)

jane said...

now i´m missing it again... besos!

Kari said...

Great souvenirs. I love love love the wooden shoes. I always have, they've just fascinating.
I hope to come one day.
Great pictures.

april said...

i love every souvenir from you ;-) and yes a cookie swap would be fun*

Ida Nielsen said...

Love all the colours in this post!!

Ritva said...

tulips, windmills and wooden shoes!
i have a pair, in white :)
great souvenirs!

(there is a song about a little dutch girl and a boy and a windmill. i can recall it from my early childhood, very dear to me)<3