I didn't buy tons when I went junkin' this past Friday
but what I did find,
I try to be very selective...it has to have a great price,
and of course be amazing ~
At this stage of the game,
I know what I love and know what I'll pay,
so junkin' has become simplified!
A precious framed print ~ a tiny child's umbrella ~
small drawers from some type of jewelry box that will be
perfect vessels for small assemblages....
The sweetest small child's camisole ~
An old brush that will probably
end up in my Etsy shop!
A full box of Clark Thread...black.
Don't you love the graphics on the box???
The most wonderful tiny weaving loom ~
there's already some on the loom in progress.
I want to use it!!!
A pair of perfectly aged children's shoes ~
I am such a freak for small shoes!
And I found a precious little bag of plastic sheep.
Why do I love sheep so???
They had to come home with me ~
The child's umbrella is perfect!
I'll have to share a pic with you of it opened ~
it has a beautiful scalloped edge!
I've just got to display it in the studio.
I just love this ironstone coffee mug too ~
Another photo of the small drawers...
One little butter pat.
Sweet, old and with a teeny, tiny beaded edge!
I found a few old hats that I LOVED their millinery ~
they are tattered, old and moth-eaten but the flowers are beautiful.
Plus a couple of very old school books...
I took a few photos of the pages inside ~
I'm a little scared of this pic below!!!
Pliers in a child's mouth...OUCH!
Of course I had to buy one old photo too!
I'll be sure to scan it soon to share with you ~
I hope you've enjoyed my tiny pile of goodies...
It's so funny what thrills me.
Simple, timeworn treasures that may be cast-offs to others
but are oh-so beautiful to me!!!
Wishing you a wonderful Tuesday dear friends,
hugs and love,