Here we go...
I wish there were more of these mercury picks. But believe me, I'm happy with what I got!
I love these Christmas cards. Especially the green tree that stands up in the back.
This package of greeting card holders is pretty cute. The holders are actually tiny little plastic clothespins. The Bowmaker Kit has about a zillion parts and looks really difficult. I think I will let Sister or Maddie try and figure it out.
I was super excited to find a vintage tablecloth. Look at how cute the print is. I have quite a few Christmas tablecloths but this is my first green one!
I think it's pretty safe to say that I was even more excited to find this sequined felt handmade banner. I am not sure if I will use it as a banner or a table runner.
Maddie scored the three vintage Christmas books and the Rudolph the Red Nose Reindeer record. Now we just need to find a record player.
All of these Dennison cardboard cutouts were in the original sealed packaging. I think I will put them in Maddie's bedroom windows.
Okay, are you all ready for what is tied with the mercury glass as my favorite find of the whole haul? These were all scattered throughout the three boxes and when all was said and done, this is what I had...
This set of Gurley choir boys are the super tall ones. They are each 7" tall. The small Gurley candles that are more common are 2 1/2" tall. That should give you an idea as to how giant these are.
There were also some of the more average sized choir boys and girls.
Although I already have a good amount of the choir kids, these are my first carolers! The box isn't in the best condition but it is still the original box so who cares?
I couldn't believe all the Gurley candles! Do you think I saved the best for last?
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Maddie and I are getting ready to sort through some more stuff that we got from an entirely different sale. I cannot wait to share it with you. Speaking of Maddie, what do you all think of our new blog title?
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See you soon!