Hello hubbers, thank you for a great month of financial advice. I know it was a complex subject but you managed to be up to the challenge and produce some very informative hubs on the topic. Only last week we had 36 hubs on Everyday Personal Finance tips , great work HubMobsters!
This week we are going to relax a bit and we are going to HubMob about a very broad topic that is ever interesting and enjoyable. This week's topic is "Everything Vintage"
Please notice that being a very broad subject I have categorized it under vintage fashion but you will need to re categorize your hub according to your chosen subtopic. For example, if you choose to write about vintage cars, you will need to change the category from the start and go back to autos and then select cars and then vintage cars.
Some ideas for Vintage HubMob could be:
How to buy vintage ...
Where to find vintage ...
How to recognize a vintage ...
Best vintage deals on ...
To enter your Hub in the HubMob please follow the instructions below.
1. START YOUR HUB CLICKING THIS LINK. Choose the "Answer this Question" green button. Choose the MAKE A HUB ABOUT IT option.
2. Include the HubMob RSS Feed in your hub: http://hubpages.com/question/103339/hub … intage?rss
4. Add this week's HubMob graphic http://i665.photobucket.com/albums/vv19 … intage.jpg
5. [b]Categorize your hub: Please make sure you categorize your hub according to your chosen topic.
6. After you publish your Hub, come back to the forum and post a link to your hub with a brief description of what you wrote about and why.
My first HubMob entry is about decorating vintage tooled leather handbags. This was an idea I first saw on the Martha Stewart Show, and I immediately fell in love with it, so I wanted to share it with others.
http://hubpages.com/hub/DecoratingVinta … erHandbags
I have done a hub about vintage garden which is a type of garden that is growing very popular in my part of the world. I love gardening and also old things, re-use of old things, and in a vintage garden I can enjoy both!
http://hubpages.com/hub/A-vintage-garde … age-garden
Ummm... your original post says, "7 days ago," today is the 7th of Feb. When does time limit for entries expire?
It would be most helpful if expiry dates were posted in the topic announcement.
Thanks ... Liz
No worries Liz! We have an "open post" policy around here! Princessa never closes HubMob "questions". Typically, new topics are released every Monday. But you can continue to write on the previous topic, or any others. If it was a topic from Jan 2010 to now, just shoot me an email and I will update the HubMob roundup hub with your link/s. Happy hubbing!
At last published my Vintage offering, late as the ads were disabled. They might still be disabled despite having contacted the HubPages team. Tempi, as they say in France, loosely translated as 'that's the way it goes'! http://hubpages.com/hub/Lolita-shoes-Go … yo-Fashion
Classic clothing is a fashion icon and Kate Middleton exemplifies a classic look that is super elegant. Her style can be easily copied as your own with every little work.
A chatelaine was a piece of jewelry that a lady wore on her belt to keep her tools and accessories handy in the days before pocketbooks.
Here is my hub about vintage art:
http://hubpages.com/hub/Using-Vintage-A … Scrapbooks
Vintage kitchen accessories provide warmth and nostalgia to the heart of the home - http://hubpages.com/hub/vintage-kitchen-accessories
Hi Princessa, I'm in this week. Here's mine on the most recognized of vintage refrigerators.
http://hubpages.com/hub/GE-MONITOR-TOP- … frigerator
Have a nice day,
I can't get the rss feed to stay listed on my hub. When I edit the capsule to add the feed, it shows up fine but when I save the hub it doesn't show up any more and I get a message that the rss feed isn't a valid feed.
Right click on Princessa's link for the feed, and select "copy hyperlink" or "copy shortcut". The problem happens when you merely click on "copy", so don't do that!
Alternatively, click on Princessa's RSS link, taking you to the RSS feed. Then copy the address from the navigation bar.
If you need more, Princessa and I have each written "how to" hubs with screen shots.
Thanks! Thats all I needed to do - I'm all set now.
I should have remembered from last time, but have a feeling this will be a sticking point for me for a while. Thanks for the info and assistance; good to go now.
http://hubpages.com/hub/Hairstyles-Book … Techniques
About a book on vintage hairstyles
Here's my offering. I love vintage hairstyles
http://hubpages.com/hub/Vintage-Nigeria … tyles-2011
I decided to write about vintage style dresses, simply because it gave me an excuse to spend a few hours trawling clothing sites and looking at all the amazing vintage clothes!
What fun I had researching the vintage baby patterns and shopping options...oh dear, this could end up being an expensive hub for me!
I was not planning to write about this but when I saw this week’s HubMob Weekly Topic was about Everything Vintage I just had to write about
Nostalgia with a Vintage Wire Recorder.
Here is mine on vintage wedding dresses http://hubpages.com/hub/50s-style-dresses
This turned out to be a fun topic with which to work. I've written my hub on "the good old days"--those days of vintage memories for each of us: http://hubpages.com/hub/Vintage-Lifesty … d-Old-Days
Thanks and look forward to reading everyone's offerings. Wishing the best of success to all.
I love to play guitar and have dreamed of owning a vintage classic like a '57 Les Paul or a '61 Fender Strat... I guess the next best thing is to write about them here in Hubpages!
Not new to hubpages but new to hubmob. Will try to contribute for other hubmobs.
Find Some quality vintage deal From Amazon
http://hubpages.com/hub/Best-Vintage-Dr … rom-Amazon
Vintsge shaving I thoughtwould be an interesting subject as razors and other equipment have changed a lot in my lifetime.
http://hubpages.com/hub/-vintage-shavin … g-products
Some tips for the reluctant photographer:
I can't believe no one has written about vintage cars! I know, why not me? I know nothing about the topic except "vintage cars" generally refers to cars 1919 to 1930. Certainly not the cars that would come to mind for me, which I guess would be "classic cars". It would take lots of research and brain power. I've been sick all week and will just be happy to get the HubMob roundup done!
I just saw this. Japanese cars are considered classics if they are pre-1985, and the labels vintage and antique simply don't apply to Japanese cars. American antiques--you said "vintage," which doesn't fit in my mind with cars, even though I wrote on it --must be older but I won't put a date on it. Classics can be any age once it has been established that they will always be memorable and collectible.
Hello fellow Hubbers! I just published my second vintage hub and have really enjoyed this topic. I collect many things, and vintage signs look like a lot of fun!
Hey there guys. Love love love this topic Princessa. Here's one of my links. Turn Vintage Pieces Into Beautiful Storage Solutions.
http://hubpages.com/hub/Turn-Vintage-Pi … -Solutions
Here is your Vintage HubMob Roundup hub:
Everything Vintage- Vintage Dresses, Vintage Hairstyles, Vintage Kitchens & More
http://hubpages.com/hub/Vintage-Dresses … e-Kitchens
Do things old, but classy appeal to you? Read about vintage clothing, vintage accessories, vintage dresses, vintage wedding dresses, vintage fashion trends, vintage hairstyles, vintage sunglasses, vintage handbags, and vintage baby items, vintage shaving products, vintage signs, vintage guitars, vintage wire recorder, vintage bathroom, vintage refrigerator, vintage art.
If I can find it in my mess... I have a vintage 1930's - 40's era plumbing catalog. It is a hardcover book, but has a color photo centerfold of Art Deco bathroom designs.
Can I use that? I'd have to scan in the photos, but I've already checked, and the company that produced the catalog is long since out of business, so is it safe to assume any copyrights have also expired after all this time?
(In any case...wouldn't that be considered "excerpts for educational purposes quoted in an article"?)
P.S. What happens if I set it up (click the link, choose 'make a hub' and then it never happens. Will I get 50 lashes with a wet noodle?
Sounds like a fun topic. I have no idea about the copyright stuff, but it does sound pretty favorable in this case.
Any of us can delete any hub at any time. Personally I always have a pretty complete piece in MS Word, and then copy/paste. I do this for multiple reasons. At any rate, I never have a collection of hubs in various stages of completion.
Late to the party as usual, but just published a hub on vintage pillbox hats and the women who wore them because I love how fashion is cyclical and what goes around. The hat made famous by Jackie O has been out of style for years and is now back bigtime.
Gen Y is bringing back the hat in general and thepillbox in particular-- how cool is that?
http://hubpages.com/hub/Vintage-Pillbox … -Wore-Them
This is the first time I've entered a competition on HubPages and hope I've done everything correctly.
I absolutely love the topic of 'vintage' as it covers a whole range of things and being quite the fan of creating my own stuff, I jumped at the chance of sharing some of the things I do that I consider vintage! After checking out some of the other hubs though, I'm not sure if my ideas are way too easy (as my title promotes) and the explanations too short!
Here's my link:
This is my first Hubmob, too, and I hope I did everything right! My article on vintage Hawaiian shirts: http://hubpages.com/hub/Vintage-Hawaiia … an-History
A Rare 1981 Toyota Celica Convertible—Coachbuilt in Beverly Hills
Oh my, this was absolutely killer difficult. I think it's because I wanted the hub to display the same standard of quality I put into the car. If I'd had time and energy, I would have done my other car too. But that will have to wait for another time.
This is my first hub mob!! And i talked about vintage jewelry mainly coco chanel and what i loved about her jewelry, i did my hub about it because i've always looked up to her!
Hello, the new topic starting today is out now. You can be the first writing about it http://hubpages.com/forum/topic/66912
Heart shaped sun glasses made famous in the 1962 Stanley Kubrick film Lolita and have never gone out of fashion since! Stars to don the sweetheart specs include Madonna, Britney Spears, Drew Barrymore and Sienna Miller amongst many others.
http://hubpages.com/hub/Summer-holidays … Sunglasses
OKAY! Found the book, and though I'm tardy with the week's topic, here it is:
It looks at items not suggested in the intro to the topic. I like to be different. ;-)
The roundup hub has been updated. There are 31 hubs in the feed.
http://hubpages.com/hub/Vintage-Dresses … e-Kitchens
Thanks for adding my post.
Curious--it showed up with my old profile pic and not the current one. No biggie--just wondering how that could be. ;-)
The Ghost in the Machine? LOL
I save profile pics to my hard drive, as I would any other upload photo. So avatars would be whatever one was showing at the time I saved for that hubber's first hubmob entry. Unless someone notifies me they would like an updated profile pic used, I continue to use what I have on file.
OIC-- well, if you please, I would prefer the new one...it is more revealing of my fun-loving personality. ;-) ..."Growing old is inevitable; growing up is optional." LOL
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