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November 09, 2014



Glad it was worth the wait in line! Right up your alley with the crafting supplies. The Santa fabric looks almost exactly (might be the same) as what I have too. You and those cardboard die cuts! Love those things :-) The little prince or somebody regal set is awesome! I would have bought it too.
Thanks for sharing!


Fabulous finds as always, Laurie!


Great finds and waiting over 2 hours - you rock estate sale land!!

Eddie Mitchell

I've never had the patience or endurance to wait in line for that long! Glad it paid off for you. That Santa cloth would make a good table cover for your upcoming shows. I totally love that elephant thing. i would have jumped at that too.


Those gift tags with the little treats attached are the best! How fun would it have been to received those on your packages? And the donkey fabric? Oh you know how I love donkeys.

Glad you found a good sale. Pretty dry around here but I did go to the Vintage Industry's Holiday Open House and the flea market so I didn't end up empty handed this weekend.

Have a great week!


Melissa's Antiques

I'm living vicariously through all my fellow bloggers this week, as I was unable to go junking this weekend. Great finds, as always!


Looks like you're one reindeer closer to a DreamPet collection...(say in a "sing-songy" voice)! ;)
love, rosie

Sheryl Remy

Your elephant rider reminds me of Aladdin going to see Jasmine after he and Genie escaped the cave.


For some reason your little guy under the canopy reminds me of toys I had as a kid. Must be the same era. Those gift tags are the cutest little things in the world!! Glad your wait was worth it. You have incredible patience and it just shows how much you love estate sale land.


Love the elephant, soldiers thing. I've never been to estate sales like the ones you have in your area. The ones around here seem to have mostly old hats greasy kitchen utensils, no crafty stuff.


Over the river? If you were in my neck of the woods I surely missed out! What great finds!

Musings from Kim K.

Awesome finds as always! You really do win awards for patience. I know you shared them on IG but I'm still smitten with those cardboard cutouts. Some of those graphics are ones I've never seen.

Sir Thrift-A-Lot

Love the Christmas!

Vintage fabric sells so well. I recently sold 10.5 yards for nearly $700, bought for $8.

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