There was no reason for me to be stressed.
I got there about 15 minutes before it opened and was one of 3 people waiting. Believe me, I wasn't complaining but I was definitely baffled as to where everyone was. The sale was a little out of the way on the outskirts of a neighboring town but definitely not hard or long to get to. Maybe there were other sales that were better but I didn't know of any. The only thing that made sense to me was that maybe people thought that since it was a former dealers sale, that the prices would be over the top. I know that the thought had definitely crossed my mind.
If this is what everybody was thinking, they were wrong. Dead wrong.
Hazel Atlas Missouri souvenir glass for a quarter.
I got all of these cookie cutters and molds in a grab bag for 50 cents.
Restaurantware bread plate for a dime. Look at the little fish!
25 cent apron
An array of pillow cases and dish towels for a quarter apiece. These all got a good soaking in Oxy Clean and are bright as new!
A pink chenille bath mat for a quarter
I got Maddie some Golden Books that she didn't already have. They were 10 cents apiece!
This is only half of the haul. This sale was also full of vintage holiday and you can bet I came home with a good amount of it. Stay tuned!
By the way, did you all see these beauties that I posted about on The Pyrex Collective 2?
I couldn't help but share them again!
Linking up at:
Sir Thrift A Lot for Thriftasaurus & A Living Space for The Nifty Thrifty
See you there!