A couple of weeks ago, our small town held it's community-wide yard sale. Unfortunately, it also coincided with a family event and, sadly, a funeral for a friend's brother. We had to start early and could only allot two hours to the sale.
But I think we did okay.
Some mini-Christmas ornaments.
Holly and poinsettia tablecloth.
An adorable apron featuring Mr. and Mrs. Snowman.
I'm not an apron kind of gal, but Betty Lou sure is.
Ironstone lidded bowl, vintage globe, Royal Haeger orange leaf ashtray, Boston pencil sharpener, Romanian glass decanter, hideous foam snowman.
This snowman follows the Plucky Maiden mantra of "crafted by a person with too much time on their hands."
And lace. Tons of lace.
Books, including an edition of "The Scarlett Letter" compliments of the Hotel Taft in New York.
All kinds of cases and bags.
This isn't vintage, but it was made in Italy and I am keeping it for myself.
But I'm selling these at Clover Market tomorrow.
Little Miss VJIMT almost hyperventilated when she saw this -- "Another baby head?!? I thought I asked you to get rid of them because they're creepy!"
So not creepy.