Fall is quickly approaching but you would never know it by the crazy high temperatures we've had this summer. Can you believe that it was cooler in Las Vegas than it was in Oregon? Absolutely unheard of! There were a couple of mid-week sales that I went to this morning before Maddie and I took off to go back to school shopping. With it being the holiday weekend, I guess people are wanting to have their sales early so they can enjoy their time off. Wednesday sales also mean not a lot of shoppers. So with the two that I hit, I pretty much had my pick of the good stuff.
New to me vintage pillowcases. The striped ones are handmade out of the sweetest pink ticking material.
This little Josef sweetie hopped right into Maddie's room when we got home. I had to go track him down for a photo.
I have an old jar full of these candle holders. If I keep finding them, I'm gonna need a bigger jar!
I can't believe I've lived in Oregon my whole life and never had a copy of the Taste of Oregon cookbook. The Lemon Sour Cream Pie in it is AMAZING! I loved the old picnic photo on the cover of the Great Northwest cookbook.
Another old galvanized bucket just begging for some fall flowers.
The Desert Dawn and BG are not normally patterns I buy, but these were a buck apiece so I couldn't leave them. Someone will want them for fall baking!
A good small haul from two sales! I even got it all photographed, put away, and blogged about all on the same day. That never happens around here.
Looks like more sales are on the horizon for tomorrow. Hope Maddie is up for it!
Linking up with We Call it Junkin' for History & Home and Sir Thrift-A-Lot for Thriftasaurus.
Have a great evening!