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A new blogging platform…

Blogger, WordPress…What do you prefer??

As is the case with post I just published- I am constantly having problems with WordPress. The post I just spent hours doing because I had reload the pictures, just published my new post with half of the pictures (that I already had to upload twice into my post) MISSING!!!!! So frustrating.  So as I look into other Blogging platforms I thought I would put it out there and ask for any knowledge and personal experieces any of you may have!


Rockabilly Wedding Cakes! Part 3

   Traditional Retro Style Cakes for a Rockabilly Wedding!


retro rockabilly wedding cake

traditional retro wedding cake

retro wedding cakes

polka dot rockabilly wedding cake

retro Bakery in Las Vegas

rockabilly wedding cake

retro wedding cake

rockabilly polka dot wedding cake

Retro Bakery in Las Vegas

traditional retro rockabilly wedding cake

traditional 1950s wedding cake

simple retro rockabilly wedding cake

pink and blue pastel rockabilly wedding cake

retro style rockabilly wedding cake


traditional wedding cake

Rockabilly Tattoos! Part 2

Rockabilly Tattoos

Tattoos, tattoos, and more tattoos… for those who love Rockabilly and tattoos!  Pinup tattoos, pistol tattoos, corset tattoos, skull and web tattoos, music tattoos, anchor tattoos, nautical tattoos, and more!



"rockabilly pirate ship tattoo"

flickr- Myke Chambers tattoos

"rockabilly greaser tattoo"

"rockabilly tattoos"

pinup tattoo

"vintage rockabilly tattoo"

"Rockabilly Tattoos"

"corset tattoo"

rockabilly juke box tattoo

rockabilly hold fast anchor tattoo

flickr- maliareynolds

"Rockabilly Tattoo"

"Rockabilly garter tattoo"

by Blue at Darwin City

"rockabilly tattoo"

"Rockabilly pinup tattoos"

Vintage Starlet Bobby Pin Boxes!

  In Grips We Trust

Not only does In Grips We Trust  offer bobby pin boxes featuring all of the best painted pinups of the past, including my favorites of Gil Elvgren, but there is a great selection of the beautiful vintage icons and starlets we love so much: Marilyn Monroe, Judy Garland, Audrey Hepburn, Elizabeth Taylor, Rita Hayworth, Betty Grable, Grace Kelly, Bette Davis, and Jean Harlow!  Pick the color bobby pins you want to come in your starlet bobby pin box and organize in style.   As said by  In Grips We Trust:  You’re never fully dressed without a style!!

Marilyn Monroe

Marilyn Monroe hair accessories  Marilyn Monroe

starlet marilyn monroe  Bombshell Marilyn Monroe

young marilyn monroe  young marilyn monroe

Audrey Hepburn

Audrey Hepburn  starlet audrey hepburn

Jean Harlow

Jean Harlow  Vintage Bombshell Jean Harlow

Betty Grable

Betty Grable  starlet betty grable

Rita Hayworth

Rita Hayworth  starlet Rita Hayworth

Elizabeth Taylor

Elizabeth Taylor  starlet elizabeth taylor

Judy Garland

Judy Garland  starlet Judy Garland

Bette Davis

"Bette Davis"

Grace Kelly

"Grace Kelly"

Rockabilly Dresses

Ticci Rockabilly Does it Again!

   Once again  TicciRockabilly  has made some of the cutest dresses the Rockabilly world has to offer! My favorite is the Night Cherry dress but I love all of them, even the Spider dress for those days I’m feeling a little more sassy and rebellous and want to look more on the Psychobilly side! Check the store out on Etsy, and don’t miss their great Rockabilly Maternity selections also!! 

Rockabilly Dress

Pshycobilly Dress

Military Rockabilly Dress

full Rockabilly Bowling Skirt

Nukesville Kustoms Pinstriping

Nukesville Kustoms by Bear

Popular in Rockabilly Kulture is the decorative art of pinstriping. Pinstriping can add sexy to flat black or the plain paint job on any vintage car look good, but for myself and others of Rockabilly Kulture, pinstriping can make just about anything look better! My friend Bear is a bad ass pinstriper, he just striped my mailbox and I can’t tell you enough how much I totally freaking love it!!! Bear stripes everything and anything, from hot rods and old caddy’s to high-heels, purses, glassware, canvas, makeup cases, suitcases, chairs, dressers, tables, tv trays, toolboxes and whatever else you could possibly want pinstriped. Bear lives here in Paso Robles, California. Anyone wanting custom pinstriping, or just to follow his work, can find him and talk to him on facebook as “Nukesville Kustoms by Bear”, hope you enjoy his work as much as I do!

First things first: My mailbox!

More Nukesville Kustoms






DIY Rockabilly Lamp

"DIY Rockabilly Lamp"

     I have a hard time finding housewares in my style, so often times I will make or alter something to fit my style or my decor! I like to read at night and didn’t have a lamp for my night stand that went with my decor. My bedroom is red and black with accents of zebra stripes. My large comforter is a red furry shag material and I love it so much that I make everything else in my room to go with it, which is why I created this lamp in these colors and with a little furriness also!

     Things you need to make a DIY Rockabilly lamp:

1.  Lamp shade (usually white, any shape you want- I try Goodwill and Walmart first because they are usually the cheapest, and I like this shape because it’s fun and reminds me of a circus tent!)

2.  Lamp base (Doesn’t have to be the color you want, that can change…)

3.  Ribbon (spool size depends on size of the lamp shade, this is your main color- the red velvet ribbon on my lamp shade)

4.  A second ribbon (this is your accent color or design- the zebra ribbon on my lamp shade)

5.  Extra Large Rick Rack (this is your main color or 2nd main color- I used black Rick Rack)

6.  A small feather boa (in one of your 2 main colors)

7.  Fabric glue (if you use too much it will squeeze out the sides and make a mess and also cause the underneath fabric to wrinkle or wave, and you don’t need to rush to put it on- take your time and let it become a little tacky so the glue is not runny and it will stick easier)

8.  Scissors (to cut your ribbon, rick rack, and boa to the lengths that fit your lamp shade)

9.  Spray paint (for the base of the lamp if it is not the color you want- I bought mine at The Goodwill for $1.00 and it was light pink, so I spray painted it high gloss black!)

10.  Painters tape (for the cord- I learned this the hard way! If you are going to change the color of your base you will want to tape off the cord completely, or you will get speckles of color on the cord)

I will be making another one soon that will be only leopard with red, no white showing. I love DIY projects, my only problem is I am usually doing so many at one time that some don’t get finished!

"DIY Rockabilly Lamp, daylight"

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