Happy Rednesday! Hopefully everyone is having a good election day and that the lines to vote weren't too terribly long. Here in Oregon, we are a vote by mail state so I sent in my ballot 2 weeks ago. I don't know about you, but I am ready for this to be done and over with. I am really tired of the political advertisements and mud slinging that goes on no matter what side you are affiliated with. Let's just move on!
Speaking of moving on, here are some reds and not-so-reds that I have found lately.
I found this huge shortening tub at an estate sale a while back. I loved the colors and graphics of it and thought it would be perfect on my back patio as an end table.
I found two more trays for my collection at Goodwill. Does anybody have any idea how old these really are?
I got these plaid jugs from two different sales on the same day. These are the types of things that I like to display on my back patio during the warmer months.
I finally found a "new" tree skirt. I have been looking for one for two years and finally got rid of my other one after Christmas last year so that I would be forced to get a new one. I bought this off of etsy and it is handmade and really cute and sparkly.
I traded Jill from A Little Bit of Everything a cute Pyrex Colonial Mist casserole dish for all of these awesome souvenir glasses. Once she heard that I collected them, she decided to send them to me rather than sell them!
She also sent Miss Maddie some decals and an Eloise Wilkin illustrated Golden Book for her collections. Thanks, Jill!
When we first started blogging, Hanna and I thought it was just going to be a great way for us to share our vintage finds with other collectors around the web. We never thought that we would actually start building relationships with people who we have never met face to face. Well, we decided that there should be some sort of annual conference for all of us to attend so that we can meet in person. Of course we think Vegas would be the perfect meeting place! Who's in?
Heading over to Rednesday to link up with Sue. See you there!
Until next time....