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Sunday, November 17, 2013
Sunday Junking At The VOA
I only had time for one junking stop this weekend so it was my weekly trek to the VOA. The clerk commented to another customer that I always find the best stuff - and I think she is right! I was very pleased with my finds today.
I haven't decided what I will do with the cardboard drawers yet. I might cover with wallpaper because that is always so pretty, or might just remove the drawers and use the shelves to hold boxes I already have. Don't you hate when you have to un-stack to get to the one you want?
A sweet new birdie for my collection. I have a big collection of vintage canning jars that I have had for years and years. I am thinking it is time to part with some of those so I can make room for my ever-growing bird collection.
I am not sure what the little cards are. They say "Flowers from Bethlehem" along the bottom and each one s decorated with dried flower petals. I am sure someone will have a use for them so they will be headed to Etsy.
These will go to Etsy, too. Maybe. A set of three signed miniature Limoges plates with brass hangers. They would be SO pretty in a gold frame!
A vintage Androck flour sifter that still has the original paper label and five old Schilling spice tins. When I was washing them off I was surprised to discover that one of them was made of cardboard with a metal top and bottom. I didn't realize they ever made them from cardboard. Hopefully it won't dry too wonky and I lose it. All of this will be headed to Etsy, too.
A children's tea party set of Made in Japan Lusterwear dishes. These will probably be saved for a shadowbox.
Two thimbles for my non-collection. I'm still in denial on that one!
And a fun little 1966 book about the history of television programs. Some of us who are of a certain age can recognize these celebrities. Every page is illustrated with stills from the old shows. It distracted me through a whole quarter of the Seahawks game. Whoa! Doh!