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October 02, 2015



Love love love those pink deer! Estate land was good to you today.

Musings from Kim k.

Estate sale land was indeed very good to you. Wouldn't it be interesting to meet some of these former crafty holiday loving owners.


Macaroni = festive. :) SO much good PINKness. A lady after my own heart.

Back for day two at The Junk ranch - trying to ingest coffee so I can DO THIS! (5:30 alarm - NO BUENO)


I once went to a sale where the lady of the house was obsessed with pink. Appliances, linens, furniture, all pink! I wish I could have lived there!

That bump chenille tree is awesome! And I have some of those Lustro Ware plastic doilies but none in pink. Must find!



Pink reindeer and chenille tree! Oh my. What a find.


We made the high heel shoes decorated with macaroni and spray-painted gold as a 4-H project one year, probably mid- to late-1960's. We put fake evergreenery and a red candle inside. Beautiful (not)!

Dorothy Crutchfield

OH my gosh, those pink chenille trees!!! and Pixies, I would have thought I had died and gone to heaven at that sale!!

Pam @ House of Hawthornes

Ok, I'm off to my closet to find an old shoe I can paint gold and throw some macaroni on :)


I love looking at all of your great finds! We never have things like that at the sales around here!

Gayle. Palmer

It must be such fun when a sale really hits on all of your collection cylinders! How nice to add such unique finds in so many categories and some in pink too! A perfect day in estate sale land!

Eddie Mitchell

Awesome finds, as always! After Shara, you live in the land of vintage plenty. I am so low on vintage Christmas this year that I am starting to freak out a little. That swan watering can is the bomb!

Melissa's Antiques

Lots of great finds, as usual! I love those Rosbro witches - but I've never found one in the wild. In fact I hardly find much Halloween stuff around these parts.


Sounds like an awesome way to start your day - PLUS you got your errands done! I love your pink ornaments the most - would you consider linking up to my new thrifting link-up at http://thriftasaurus.blogspot.com/? Thanks!

Kathy (Groove Cloth)

You would have loved my Great Aunt Minnie from Texas. She was an old widow and just about everything in her house was pink. In addition, she and her husband built their small home themselves pushing all kinds of things into the wet stucco: broken china, jewelry, teeth, buttons -- you name it. All since torn down.

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