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October 09, 2010


My Shabby Roses

I think that was the sale I should have started with. I picked up a few things there but when you've got great prices things seem to fly out of the door. Glad you did so well there Laurie. It looks like you've got some great things!

Into Vintage

Those little jars - the possibilities are endless!! Is time to add a second floor to your studio?! You must be bustin' out with all your scores this year.


Love, love, love those colorful jar lids!! So cute!
Hey~ I was in your city the other day... unfortunately it was just a layover at the airport! I thought of you though!

Linda @ A La Carte

You found some very cool items again. Love those jar lids and the angel spun head is too sweet!

Paula Clare

Hi there! What a treasure trove you found! I am SO UTTERLY green with envy! The red and aqua jar lids are the most wonderful I've ever seen...such a FABulous prize! You must truly have a certain "magnetism" for vintage goodies! What a gift!

Have a great weekend! HUGS!

Nancy Jane York

Oh gosh more great stuff. I might have to make a trip to your town just to attend some sales as there is nothing, nada, here !!


Hi Laurie, Oh I REALLY love those
Ball jelly jars!! My favorite
colors together and wonderful
graphics on the tops! You did
great at this sale!! I really
am wondering what fab treasures
you will find on your upcoming trip.
If you find any spun cotton heads...
please toss some over to NY!! : )
I think they are all out west!


Great stuff and I agree with the others...those jelly jar lids are terrific!!

Kathy Uhrig

I love that little box of corsage pins. Don't know why I love corsage pins but I do. Go figure! Have to tell you I scored a packet of Dennison's Christmas labels at Art and Soul tonight. Not something I usually buy but I thought of you when I saw them and somehow that made it seem like a good idea. See what you've done - LOL!


I would have knocked that lady to the ground to get that spool of ribbon!


You are proof that the early bird gets the worm Lady!

I wonder if those lids would scan so could they printed onto sticky labels? They are DARLING.


You must the the "craft-whisperer"! What awesome finds, especially that orange and black ribbon....it's jealous I am, but very happy for you :).


wow...great and fun finds...lucky gal you are...SCORE!!!
love your pics too, really fun blog!

Jill at buckscountyfolkart.blogspot.com

I can't believe all the vintage craft and Christmas supplies you always find! Is it Irish Luck?!



Hi Laurie,

Wow, another great sale. I think I need to visit some areas out there. NOthing like that here. I am looking for some mercury glass beads with the holes in them. thanks for sharing your goodies!


Carol @ Old Glory Cottage

I think your craft supplies would look so cute in jars with those lids! And I love how you seem to find lots of things in their original boxes, like the glitter. That lady looks a little crazed, like she's been playing with the glitter a wee bit too long!


It sounds like you hit the 'crafters jackpot'!!

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