Glory Days Antique Mall is my most favorite antique mall. It is 10 minutes from my house and Maddie and I try to get in there at least once a week. Every season, they host an amazing open house to celebrate the beginning of the season. All of the booths set up their holiday/seasonal decor and there are wonderful refreshments and music. It normally goes on all weekend beginning on Thursday evening. Maddie and I are always one of the first people there on opening night. We look forward to it for weeks.
This year, the theme was Joyeux Noel. There were so many people there on opening night that it reminded me of Black Friday! I kept losing Maddie and didn't get to go into several of the booths because they were always packed. But don't fret, readers! I did manage to find a couple new things that I couldn't live without.
Sister will be here this weekend and I am keeping my fingers crossed that we will have time to do a little flipping on these Putz houses.
Maddie didn't know I had these in my basket and her little eyes literally lit up when she saw them. I love moments like that.
Can you ever have enough spun head Santa's? The obvious answer is no!
How about too many Santa picks? No again!
I love finding random little things and then incorporating them into my displays. This is my first mini tape dispenser. I love the two little chenille picks. They will fit in well with the rest of the ones I have found.
This is my first snowman blow mold. I was a little creeped out by it for some reason but Maddie really loved it so what was I to do? The Santa is much bigger than the last one that I found but not as big as the one I found at Goodwill last week. You will have to wait for my next post to see that one!
Have you been noticing the fabulous backdrop to all of my recent photos? I first saw this vintage holiday tablecloth on Pinterest a while back. I was super excited to find it at the open house. It is so different from any of my other Christmas tablecloths and I love it!
Tomorrow is yet another no school day for the Springfield School District. Maddie and I have big plans for a girls day. We will do a little thrifting in the morning then have lunch and do a little shopping at Glory Days. Then Sister will be here tomorrow night. I can't wait!
Linking up with Sue for Rednesday over at It's A Very Cherry Christmas and with Suzanne for Vintage Thingie Thursday.
Diann is also back with with Thrifty Things Friday over at The Thrifty Groove!