Last Sunday morning, I headed out bright and early to our local flea market. I was by myself on this adventure. Seems sleeping in on your last day of Spring Break was more important to my partner in crime (ahem, Maddie). So I hit the fairgrounds and bucked up my $7.50 hoping to make the early morning and crazy early admission fee worth my while.
Vintage games are one of my newest collections. Basically I buy them if the boxes are cute. I don't care if they are complete or not. This one still has the original 39 cent price tag on it!
The seller I bought this game from told me that he had tons more and he would bring them next time. I hope he remembers!
When I saw the peach tulips on this tablecloth, I knew it had to come home with me. I have never seen anything like it before.
This is the first time I have ever found vintage pillowcases at the flea market. I love these! They are perfect for Spring.
I used to find these softcover cookbooks all the time. I haven't picked up any in quite a while so I was happy to find one.
The only cute Easter card I have is the one that Hanna gave me last year. Now I have an official collection.
I found the mint green tray that goes with several other trays I have. I am almost positive the butter dish is repro Jadeite but since the Fire King one I want is well over a hundred dollars, this 5 dollar one will do just fine. When I found the Lustro Ware turquoise plastic scoop, it was so dirty it was hard to know exactly what color it was. It cleaned up nicely though.
These two bowls were my favorite finds of the morning. I have been wanting to put together the Hazel Atlas polka dot bowls and I'm well on my way with the largest of the set. And it's been raining Rainbow Stripes for me lately. Even though I have found several pieces in the last few weeks, I am most excited about this particular bowl because it finally completes my blue set.
Absolute perfection, don't you agree?
Linking up with Coloradolady for Vintage Thingie Thursday.
Have a great day!