Saturday, April 16, 2011

Promote YOUR Business!

Do you have a small business selling retro, vintage or antiques? Are you a struggling artist? Then promote your business here!

I will post a link at the side of my blog, encouraging people to browse and shop from other bloggers. This is your chance to toot your own horn and advertise your own business... And it's 100% free!!

It is NOT limited to vintage only, artists and craftspeople are greatly encouraged as well.

The Rules:

If you own an online shop or run auctions from places like eBay, etsy or your own website, or if you have a brick and mortar store, or both, feel free to post a link and a brief description of what you sell. Include any other info such as an address if you own a store. Don't forget to mention the country your store is in too!!

You should have some sort of blog, or be a blog reader, however, if your ad/website is a professionally run "chain store" business, drop shipper, distributor or an ad for viagra, it will not be approved. This is to help the small business people in the blogsphere.

It should be related to retro, vintage or antiques, direct from the artist or handmade things. BUT I will consider just about any small business as long as you run it.

That's it!

Post up your info, and come back to browse other shops. I hope this helps everyone!


Please shop responsibly. Good vibes only. =)


  1. Hi I'm Kitty from Kittys Vintage Kitsch & The Shop Time Forgot. we have a B7M shop at Tamborine Mountain, south-east Queensland, Australia. We specialise in bakelite, Art Deco, quality retro and vintage fashion & hats. All our items are guaranteed genuine and we do not sell any reproductions. Shop with us from anywhere as we are experienced online sellers and post worldwide. See our blog at and on
    Facebook as Kittys vintage Kitsch & The Shop Time Forgot.

    *thanks Ranchie*

  2. I'm Khala and my company is khala morgan clothing. I'm location in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. I'm working on posting more things on my blog (once I get some time!!) but I also have a website (in the making) at and I'm working on an etsy account.

    I make vintage-inspired clothing from vintage fabric and notions.

    What a wonderful thing for you to do.. I'm just starting out in this whole business and it's so encouraging to have someone genuinely want to help!


  3. I'm Dana from the Mid2Mod blog. We recently opened a brick and mortar store, also called Mid2Mod, at 830 Exposition Avenue, Ste. 103, Dallas, TX. We mainly sell mid-century modern furniture and accessories, but if we find something really cool from before or after that period, we offer it too. Check out our inventory at

    And thanks for such a great idea! I look forward to checking out other businesses.

  4. aaaawww bless you what a great idea ;-)I don't sell anything i make yet maybe in the future if i believe its any good ;-)) Good luck with this lovely idea, dee x

  5. beautiful thgt like you to be doing good to :)

  6. Hey thanks for the chance to promote! :))

    My name is Clare and I am from Manchester, UK.
    I run my own business Dolly Cool, which is a range of rockabilly, 50s and tattoo inspired hand made jewellery & accessories.
    I also have my own blog where I share my finds as I love collecting 50s and 60s goodies!

  7. What a fantastic idea, thank you!

    I'm Kally from Manchester, UK. I run Kalandra Jane Designs, where I make and sell vintage inspired millinery - hats, fascinators and headpieces! I also do custom hats made to order, make burlesque nipple tassels, and am planning a small run of 50s repro fruit jewellery.

    My blog focuses on vintage fashion and sewing, vintage homewares, collecting and vegan cookery! (sale on now!)

    Thanks again! xxx

  8. Hi my name is Gary Spellman and I am an artist in the Sawdust festival in Laguna Beach, CA. The subject matter of most of my paintings is stuff I remember growing up in the late 50's and 60's. My web site is , it needs to be updated but I have posted some work on Facebook. Thank you for this opportunity, I love reading your blog its really great. I grew up in the Washington D.C. area, thanks again Gary

  9. Hi!
    This is the second time I've run into this blog, and each time i find myself reading...... This is great!!!
    My name is Therese and I have a new online store called Go2Vintage on Etsy:
    specializing in vintage and vintage "inspired". The "inspired" part is where I'll be developing a line of items made by me.
    For now I just have vintage finds for sale. I'll be featuring a really cool Atomic table soon ( taking picts.) I love mid - century and will be on the hunt for more....
    Thanks for this blog and the oppty. to share.

  10. Hello! WHat a cool and generous idea! Well I don't feel I need to introduce myself but as everyone else I guess it's only polite

    I'm Fiona from Farnborough in the UK, I run Notorious Kitsch we sell vintage inspired, retro and kitsch gifts for you and your home! So official ha ha!

    I have another venture I'm undergoing but I'll let you know if it happens ;o)

  11. What a sweet idea!
    I'm Claire and I live in London
    I have a blog where I share my loves, creations and inspirations. I also have an Etsy shop selling my plush and home decor!


  12. Hello All, I'm Marcy, owner of Rhan Vintage. I sell on Etsy (US & International) at My specialty is mid century modern but you'll find a good mix of retro/vintage/antique in my selection, which is always being updated thanks to my insatiable hunger for hunting estate sales and thrift stores. You can follow me at


  13. Hi Everyone, my name is Nicole, I'm from Ontario, Canada, and I make jewelry. Check out my Etsy store at:

    You can also follow my blog, De tout, de rien.

    Thank you so much for doing this, I really really appreciate it!

  14. I don't do any selling - but I think it is very nice of you, and a great idea, that you let bloggers use your site to help their stores. I hope you don't mind if I post your picture on my gadget column! Lana

  15. Hi, I'm Gail from Oregon and I read your blog religiously!I adore mid century stuff tho I don't own much.
    I keep meaning to start a blog, but never have gotten around to it, but I love reading everyones thrifting adventures.
    I use vintage and recycled jewelry to make new creations out of it,mostly necklaces and earrings.
    I also do steampunk stuff, and my prices are really reasonable.People tell me TOO reasonable, but I try and pass the savings onto customers when I get stuff cheap.
    I also use seashells to cover various things, like litle boxes and mirrors( pics on request).
    My shops are:
    and my facebook page is
    I also thank you for doing this!

  16. What a wonderful Idea! My name is Cecilia and I live in Sweden (stockholm). I paint oilpaintings in different sizes. I paint Brigitte Bardot, Marilyn Monroe, Twiggy e.t.c You can see them here:

  17. How sweet of you to do this! I am based in Oklahoma and I have an Etsy shop called Hollyrocks ( Most of my work is made from polymer clay or repurposed vintage items. My little slogan I use is "Gems and accessories to match your rockin' ways!" And I can promise that there are nothing but good vibes at my shop! I treat my customers very well. :-)

    Thank you so much for supporting small businesses!

  18. Hello! My name is Megan and I run Kitty's Vintage on Etsy. I am located in Huntsville, AL. I also have a blog: Kitty's Vintage Life and love to decorate my tiny house in all things vintage.

    My shop offers vintage clothing (mostly dresses), shoes, purses, dishes, housewares and books.
    @kittysvintage (twitter)

  19. Hey there! My name is Karen and I run Daisy's Attic for Retro and Vintage on Etsy. I only have an online store but I hope one day to expand to a brick and mortar. I am located in Lake Zurich, IL just north of Chicago and south of the Wisconsin border. I specialize in mid century, retro and vintage anything. Housewares, home decor, etc.

    You can find me at Etsy either at or

    Also you can find me on Facebook at

  20. Hi! I'm VintageChristine and I think you're just the best of the best!

  21. What a great idea! I love buying from people I know (virtually, too!). I run a vintage clothing shop on etsy called Practice in Time (same name as my blog), with some really great clothes for men, women, and a few housewares mixed in. Lots of 1940s and 50s stuff, some deadstock! Right now I'm having a 20% off sale, too.

  22. Hi! What a wonderful idea, Thanks!
    I have an Etsy store selling vintage goodies (clothes, housewares,art, records from the 40's thru the 70's) and handmade natural candles (soy, beeswax with essential oils and cotton wicks)

    And I also have a home staging and redecorating company. ( we just added refacing to our abilities!)

  23. Hey...selling a refurbished 1950's floor lamp with brass and turquoise accents and w/2-tier turquoise shade. Check it out and let me know if anyone is interested.

  24. A wonderful idea!!:D You're too sweet!!!

    Making vintage inspirered jewelery and fascinators. Currently working on building my brand, Devious Darlins' and get my shops going!

    Currently at:

    You'll soon find me at:

    Also I'll have my webpage up running in not too long:

  25. This is great!

    I sell vintage goods and wares online internationally. Come take a look and visit my ever-changing historic artifact exhibit. (for coupons!)
    @bsparrowvintage (Twitter)

  26. Hello from Zootsuitmama! I am starting my Etsy shop, and have posted a few purses and aprons. I will specialize in vintage clothes and accessories, with some smaller vintage household items. Visit me often at:

  27. Hey there,

    I sell on e-bay, etsy, shows, flea markets, and I'm in a big window of a peekskill antique store.

    I sell art deco and mid-century. If you'd like to see a few of my things - just go to etsy, pull down the dealer tab, and plug in yesterdaymodern.

    I think this is very cool that we can post this on your blog.

    Thanks for the opportunity,

    Westchester County, NY

  28. Hello, I sell vintage, retro, mid century modern items. Clothing and collectibles and much more. Come see me at come see my blog at

  29. Hi everyone : nice to know your all here !
    We are a group of ladies in southern California who buy estates and from here and there and then lost them online :)

    We just purchased as estate filled with amazing stuff from the 1920's to the 1950's. So incase your interested here is my link which will have pictures added daily !!! Email is for what your looking for and we will send u the heads up when it's in!!!

    We have two Formica tables with extensions in blue and the most amazing dining room blonde table with matching buffet and chairs with leather with diamonds in them : you gotta see the pictures !!!

    We have a 1951 ok rede and Merritt stove in excellent working condition

  30. Thanks so much for this fantastic opportunity! I run my small business, Bronte's Attic, which is jewelry and gifts with a vintage appeal. I have a website

    Please let me know what you think or if you would be interested in promoting.

  31. Hello again
    I hope you got my message,yikes! I wonder if I pushed the wrong button.Anyway,I'm an artist,make jewelry,and love all things vintage,retro and old.

  32. Thank you so much for doing this. I could not believe my eyes. I have just moved into a true 50" Atomic Ranch House and I LOVE IT.

    I have always love 50"s Kitsch and I do have a small sewing business where I made retro inspired "noodleology" style home items that reflect that wonderful life from days ago.
    PLEASE "like" me on facebook
    visit me on etsy

  33. Hi All!

    My husband and I have just created an Etsy shop dedicated to our passion for Retro, Vintage and antique finds. We love the quality that comes with antiques, that you just can't find any more on the high street (Without paying over the odds)

    Follow us on Twitter for regular stock updates:
    Or head straight over to the store to browse the latest items

    Thanks all hope to hear from you soon & a Special thanks to Atomic Ranch House xXx