Thursday, May 26, 2016

Camera Dump

Every now and then the junk makes it in to the camera but never makes it back out so this is a little catch up.  The quilted satin hatbox is the first one I have found so I had to add it to my collection of lingerie and hankie boxes.  The Portugal plate has already sold at my booth. Shara at Monkeybox identified the little floral containers on the left as cigarette servers. They would be sweet little tea party vases!
This cute little frog has also sold.  I thought the frog and the dish would go together because they are so perfect for each other but I priced them individually and so it goes.

The cute old pillow pattern is listed in my Etsy.  Good golly, I have a mountain of patterns to list.  I can't resist the oldies!  Easy to photograph and list but time-consuming to check.
This big pile of keys has also made it's way to Etsy.  I have so many already so I made a point of not letting them anywhere near my key box - LOL!
These four vintage rattles were a real impulse buy.  Who needs four of the same rattle??  An Instagram reader suggested they would make cute napkin rings so that is how I have listed them in my Etsy, too.  I think they would be adorable shower decorations.


~Lavender Dreamer~ said...

I love that big pile of keys! WOW! Enjoy your weekend sweet lady! Hugs!

Melissa said...

OH my gosh! So many great things. Love it all!

Laurie said...

Oh yeah, napkin rings for sure! I love the quilted hat box!

Annette said...

Such great finds, especially the hatbox and the lamps.

Art and Sand said...

How fun to use them as napkin rings. I love using things in ways that weren't intended.

Have a wonderful Memorial Day weekend.

Curtains in My Tree said...

The quilted hat box is my favorite in your camera dump of pictures

Girl you really find the vintage stuff

suziqu's thread works said...

Hi Kathy
Been absent from blogland while shifting and downsizing into a new home! OMG! I wish I wouldn't haord so much - it just made the job so much harder. However we are in and my art room is now set up, though much smaller, and it is working - well kind of!