Vintage milk bottle numbers

number1BECAUSE SEVEN ATE NINE! Get it???? haha anyways….I picked up these adorable tin numbers yesterday at this cute little antique shop in Ventura, california! I think I paid about $3 for all of them! SCORE. I wasn’t exactly sure what I was going to do with them until I saw my adorable magnolia market vase staring at me saying, “pick me pick me!” I’ll include the link to magnolia market if you want to grab these yourself.  I had some old wire laying around my house and cut it down to size. I wrapped each little number around its own bottle. This is the perfect little touch to FARM SWAG any item in your house. Numbers to me represent a clean fresh farm look. You can totally replicate this look. Go find some cute empty bottles in your house and you can even print numbers on some paper if you can’t find these cute little tin ones. Thanks for stopping by and have fun farm swag style. Click the photo below for your direct link to Magonlia Market. These vases were $28.

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Went to a few antique shops today and found these adorable number tags !!! The possibilities are endless with these. What would you do with these??? #antiques #vintage #decor #interior #diy #thrifty #instadecor #design #homegoods #crafts #beautifultreasures #blog #bloggers #inspire
Went to a few antique shops today and found these adorable number tags !!! The possibilities are endless with these. What would you do with these??? #antiques #vintage #decor #interior #diy #thrifty #instadecor #design #homegoods #crafts #beautifultreasures #blog #bloggers #inspire
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