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April 16, 2011

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deb christensen

the best part of all these finds is that i know you'll be showing them to us again...after you've done something amazingly cute and wonderful with them :)

Doreen

Sigh..........I think we need to make a road trip up that way. Those chenille birds are to die for! I have never seen anything like those.Lucky score on more Christmas.Of course you know I'm a Vintage Christmas fiend too.Glad you're having fun! It's gloomy down here in Medford too. Kind of muggy. Have fun, I know you always do.
Doreen

Rois

I just wanted to tell you your email to me wishing me better vintage finding luck did the trick.
We finally found the vintage stereo consul we've been searching for ($15)You can see a photo of it on my blog.Hrafinstaad.blogspot.com
And I found just the top machine part of a 1920's sewing machine.it dose not work but it will go on display soon.($5) I also scored a huge pile of linens ($3).
Love the Chocolate shop and will stop by there soon.And those lovely chenille birds made me swoon.

Kim K.

I'm in love with your birds and party crackers. The graphics on the party crackers are just lovely. You did good.

Lynn

You did good!! I might not be afraid of chenille bird.

Marci

Love love those birds! And it cracked me up how they are packaged all lined up on their little ledges, one lucky birdie gets to look out the window! The party crackers were too cute!

shannon

lovely, lovely finds!

The birds are my favorite. In the original box is the best part!!

birdie blue

l o v e those chenille birds.
darling finds, my friends.


xo
~molly

Kathy

Those chenille birdies are wonderful, of course every kind of birdie is wonderful in my eyes! I'm glad it was worth the wait since there was NOTHING fun about the weather yesterday!

Nan

I have never seen a lot of this stuff. How lucky they found a home with you.

My Vintage Mending

Those chenille birds are darling. I have never seen them before in the box. How cute. So cute I would hate to take them out. The Santa on the Jingle bells is cute too. Lovely finds as always. I am always surprised to see what you find. In a house full of stuff your kitsch magnet is strong...smiles...Renee

janet

I guess I am not leaving an original comment but I, too, love those chenille birds and the box. The box is gorgeous.

Into Vintage

Show us your collection of old photo corners! haha :-) Although I have no doubt they are some of the most unusual and interesting photo corners ever...
I'm always amazed at how much you find at just one sale - all the loot you have here would have taken me months to find. You are truly a vintage magnet.

one gal's trash

I would definitely have pulled your hair to get to those chenille birds. And the Anagrams.
Thanks for the delightful breakfast and company at Slappy. Oh! and the bag of birthday treasures!
xoxo
Dot

barbara

Love your chenille birdies - nothing better than fresh in the box! Sales still a little slow starting here, but they'll pick up after Easter, I think.

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