No, not that kind of flea. Flea Market Season! Unlike so many of you lucky people, our flea market closes during the summer months. Maybe it's to give us Oregonians something to do in the cold, rainy fall and winter? Well, whatever it is, it doesn't matter. It's open again and the first market didn't disappoint!
I picked up this pair of old dresser drawers thinking they would make awesome shadow boxes.
How sweet is this drawer liner?
Remember that cowgirl lunchbox I recently found at the Coburg Antique Fair? I can't believe I found another vintage cowgirl themed one at the flea.
Love this gorgeous floral chocolate tin
I was hoping that the bell pepper jar went with the Hazel Atlas strawberry and apple jars. But after doing a little research, I don't think this is Hazel Atlas. But who cares? It's perfect for salsa! I couldn't remember if I had the Glasbake mug in pink and I didn't want to risk it so home with me it came (now I have two). Can you guys tell me who makes the child's dish? It's unmarked but I'm thinking either Pyrex or Hazel Atlas.
This sweet pony tail girl has joined the family of Sun Rubber dolls that I have recently started to collect. I already have this pattern of Holiday thermos but in the larger size. I didn't realize it came as a mini too!
The pink Hazel Atlas frosted souvenir glasses are my favorites and since Arizona is one of my favorite places to visit, this glass was meant for me! The lid on the Jadeite pepper shaker has seen better days but under $10 Jadeite cannot be left behind. It's the rules!
Ready for my favorite purchase of the day?
This canister set has obviously be used and loved. But something about the imperfections drew me in. Oh, and the $10 price tag wasn't bad either! Would you have bought these?
Linking up with:
We Call it Junkin' for History & Home
Distressed Donna Down Home for Make it Monday
Woman in Real Life for Vintage Bliss Tuesdays
Jann Olson for SYC Thursday
Have a great night!