Church rummage sales usually have really good prices and I got a few things. Want to see?
2 nice Napa Valley crates that I'm going to paint and distress....
Chablis bought these cute reindeer and plans to sand them down and re-stain them....
This was a different crate but I loved the graphics and the sliding lid. It's a super sturdy box and I'll probably re-sell it. It has oodles of uses, don't you think?
I LOVE this hanging basket! It is so awesome. I'm gong to paint and distress this and sell it. I almost want to keep it, that's how cool it is. The Snow White pattern is vintage and has never been used. A small skein of yarn....
2 really nice pieces of luggage. The make up case is in really good condition except for a small stain in the upper tray....
And this train case is beautiful green leather with just a small slit on the leather on the bottom. It has a working combination lock on it. I've already cleaned them up and they look fab!
One small bag of silver for stamping, a tin filled with buttons, a cute cookie tin - love the blue colors - a new kitchen towel and this glass Skippy jar. After I got the Skippy jar home and researched it, I found out that the lid isn't the original lid. But that's ok, because I kind of like the mason jar lid that somebody substituted it with.
What did you like the best? Did you find anything good this week?
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Love it all! You better get some rest now.ReplyDelete
You can't keep a good woman down. :) Take care of yourself and get better soon!ReplyDelete
Thank you Linda - I definitely get bored quickly. :-)Delete
Love the green train case! Feel better soon!ReplyDelete
Me too on that train case - I'm going to sell it altho I love it.
The green makeup case.....but I also love the reindeer! Please post after Chablis "fixes" them up!!!ReplyDelete
Take care of yourself - you HAVE to be ready for tomorrow nite!!!
I know!!!!! I cannot wait!!!!!Delete
There's no stopping you.ReplyDelete
I don't think I have it in me to slow down.Delete
That Murray's cheese box is adorable. Of course, the word "STINKY" jumped out. I had to smile at the memory of my dad and his penchant for bringing home some varieties of cheese whose smell could stop a skunk at 100 yards.ReplyDelete
LOL - I thought you were going to tell me your dad's nickname for you was Stinky. :-)Delete
You found some neat stuff!! It will be interesting to see how the train case does....I just found a couple in my parent's attic!! Get you some rest and feel better soon!! xoReplyDelete