iPhones can be retro

The market at Shepton Mallet yesterday went great. I managed to sell lots of my bigger pieces which gives me a bit of breathing space in the workshop, and a great excuse to go buy more! My Mum also came up with a great idea for the markets – our stall had lots of people with gramophones around us, and she commented what a shame it was that no one was playing any music – so I have decided to start playing music at my stall. Lots of classic numbers from the 30s, 40s and 50s!

So, I started my day by looking for a portable CD player to take to markets and appropriate CDs, but then it hit me……I have an iPhone!

I have finally decided to join the 21st Century! I have had an iphone for a while….but I confess I don’t really know how to use it properly. I think I am just a little bit vain, and wanted to fit in with all the other London commuters. But, I can stick lots of music on to my phone and get portable speakers for the stall! Aren’t I a tech wiz! What is even greater is that there are lots of vintage inspired accessories out there to ‘pimp’ up your phone (see, I can use modern slang…..). I have found the most brilliant collection of items which I have to share with you.

 
Top to bottom: 1 . 2 . 3 . 4 . 5 . 6
I want the digital radio (number 2) to take with me to markets, I want wood docking station (number 3) for by my bedside, and I want the telephone (number 6) for in the workshop. It just goes to show, you can be a modern day girl but still bring vintage things into your life.
xx
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