The creator of Gibson Girl Antiquities, Mary Good, finds the fashions of today as dull as dishwater. Rather than face the music of an existence spent combing for delights at the local mall, and left to her own devices, she decided to fill the bill herself. Beginning with decoupaged boxes and rings made from old clip-on earrings, she began to discover that she was not alone. From the first day that she wore one of her hair accessories outside of her own hive of industry, she discovered that, "heavens to betsy!", other like minded souls flipped their lids for her humble accoutrements. So she decided to hitch her wagon to a star, and thus, "Gibson Girl Antiquities" was born. Drop her a line at email@example.com, and check out her store at GibsonGirlShop.etsy.com. Check back frequently for the latest kit and kaboodles added to the pics section!
Who I'd like to meet:
Dapper Dans, Gibson Girls, Suffragettes, Amelia Earhart Aspirers, Flappers, Swing Kids, Lindy Hoppers, Lads and Lassies Born in the Wrong Era but in the Right Scene, Medicine Show Harlequins, Banjo Pickers, Jew Harp Flippers, Riveting Rosies, Speak-easy Dames, Mafia Hitters, Gallant Gangsters, Marvelous Mobsters, Western Swingers, Sassy Strippers, Tassel Twirlers, Bump and Grinders, Starlets, Do-woppers, Betty Boopers, Va Va Va Voomers, Dollies of Dark Shadows, Swooners and Crooners,