I'm actually sitting at Sister's kitchen table in Astoria right now as I write this blog. Miss Maddie, Bullet, and I headed here for the weekend while Brian & Alex are in Las Vegas for the Pac-12 Basketball Tournament. Normally, I would be really jealous that they were in Vegas without me but I'm with my Sister which is where I'd much rather be!
We had a long day of thrifting. I didn't get too much but Sister went a little wild. I'm sure she will be sharing all of her treasures with you soon. But for now, I am going to show you all of my fabulous holiday finds from "An Estate Sale To Remember".
Vintage Valentines in a 50 cent grab bag.
Holiday die- cuts for a dime apiece.
The two top honeycombs were a quarter apiece and the gaggle of turkeys were in the original packaging for 50 cents.
This is a reproduction but I have an original paper mache pumpkin that this will look really good
So what do you do when you find 5 Empire candy buckets for 50 cents apiece? You buy them all obviously!
50 cent Halloween grab bag
I bought this book because it was from the year I was born, 1976.
I bought this bag of Easter stuff just to get the Millinery flower egg.
I'm not really sure if this pillow is old or a reproduction but I still had to have it.
Old squeaky toys for a quarter apiece. Maddie thinks they are dog toys. You be the judge!
These old plastic candy containers look like they could use some Magpie Ethel Magic!
Gurley candles in a 50 cent grab bag. Does anyone know the age of the flat snowmen? They are marked Gurley but I have never seen them before.
Love this bag of bells, especially the old pink one.
This random bag of ornaments was 50 cents and good for wreath making.
I remember when I was decorating my tree last year and I was hanging my lone pine cone ornament I was thinking I needed to find more. I think these will do the job!
I found a random bag of birds. I LOVE the glittery goose.
No vintage holiday haul is complete without a couple of spun heads in glittery slippers!
I actually picked up a bag of these carolers and bells at SVDP last holiday season. I was happy to find more to add to the bunch.
I really don't remember picking these up but they ended up in my bag. I remember my Grandma Gloria used to have the bubble lights on her tree. Now they are considered a major fire hazard!
These old stockings have the original Woolworths price tags on them! I think the tags say 5 cents apiece. I paid a dime apiece.
I got all of this stuff in another 50 cent grab bag. I am pretty sure that I will never come across these kind of prices again.
4 packages of NOS sequins for crafting.
Who am I to pass up Golden Books, especially when they are a dime apiece?
I am so loving this bird feeder. What an amazing way to repurpose vintage dishes! The top part is a snack sever tray, then a canning jar, then a chicken feeder, then a dessert dish. Add a cute little Pixie on the top and you are good to go! Sister and I have big plans to try and make our own this Summer.
Wow, this post is definitely the most picture heavy post that I have ever done. I hope you all enjoyed it!
Linking up with:
How Sweet The Sound for Pink Saturday
Have A Daily Cup of Mrs. Olson for Share Your Cup Thursday
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From My Front Porch To Yours for Treasure Hunt Thursday
Until Next Time,