This is one of my favorite pedestal cake plates because of the sweet doggie image -- I think it's some kind of a pointer? Anyway, I haven't really listed any of these on Etsy, but figured this one needed a broader audience to find its rightful owner. So on to The Etsy 365 Project it goes!
I thought about keeping this necklace and earring set for myself, especially for a holiday outfit, but it is little too short for my tastes. Love the color though!
Speaking of color, I couldn't believe my eyes when I found this bright and vibrant tablecloth at a flea market. It was just tossed on a table, and amazingly, only has a small dirt smudge on it. And the original manufacturer sticker.
I love these boxes of old thread. Not sure why; I'm not much of a seamstress.
This was a piece of an old framed mirror that had seen better days. We salvaged the top part. It sold fast!
Here's another excavator that came from my son's room. Even though it's missing its rubber on the wheels and the chain on the crane, it also sold within days of listing.
WEEK FORTY NINE
344. Vintage Tonka Orange State Hi-Way Dept Crane SOLD!
I was able to list lots of Christmas items this week -- lIke this set of glittery Putz houses, made in Czechoslovakia.
These little flocked birds are so sweet!
A choirboy ornament from Japan.
I think this sequined ornament represents the dancing Cossacks in the Nutcracker. What do you think?
Christmas Countdown 119, WEEK FOURTEEN