Last weekend a 7:00 A.M. sale
advertised great treasures
but a whole lot of people were there
at 6:00 A.M. and snagged the good stuff...
So I picked through the left overs and
found a few things that were
Two floral chenille bedspreads full of
fluff but each one had some damage
but great for cutters
A vintage tablecloth and that too has some
issues. Appears to have been cut at one
end and a new hem added
again great cutter...
This large Vintage Picnic Basket
is a little dusty but it's a gem!
I have a stack of old baskets in a
corner of my dining room,
makes for great storage!
And then some Vintage Christmas
I don't know what made me buy these..
I mean really have we not had just
about enough Christmas?
And then another Betty Crocker's Cookbook
Now remember the last one I found
That one sold for $67 in my
E-bay Shop last week
So keep your eyes peeled for these
And last but not least a
beautiful Vintage Glass Pitcher
It was full of dust and grime but
It sure cleaned up nicely
So there you have it!
And now the other parts to treasure hunting
Taking pictures writing up descriptions
and listing these Vintage goodies
weighing, packing and mailing...
I'm already tired just thinking about it!
It's kinda like a hobby that's
evolved into a small business.
And like I always say, sure is
nice to have a hobby that you can
make money doing it~