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Sunday, February 12, 2012
There were no estate sales inside my driving bubble this weekend and slim pickings at the thrift so I had to make do with some bottom feeding at The Bins. Junking, one teeny, tiny piece at a time.
This vintage Paris scarf was worth the long drive over there. I will show the whole thing when I get it cleaned up and ironed.
Yes, that is a plastic elephant. It's kind of funny what you pick up when you are paying $1.69 a pound. There is another elephant somewhere in this heap.
Oh look, they are both in this picture. Very, VERY vintage plastic deer that I got home and realized their ears are missing. Good grief, now that will be a challenge.
I got a total of nine bells. Those blue Christmas bells will do well with a coat of blue glitter.
There are three vintage German Putz-type sleighs. Those will need a little glitter-love, as well.
A vintage sewing pattern, a dreamy vintage negligee, many snippets of embroidery, a rose stencil, millinery rose bunches and some sewing trims. Bells and elephants. Go figure.
Some days you really have to squint your eyes to see the possibilities!