Sweet bride and groom by Lori Mitchell. They appear to be very collectible. I will put on ebay.
Vintage Christmas plucked from the 10¢ bin at the Salvation Army - all in a big old basket from "The Attic" for $4.00.
Hard plastic blow mold mouse for $1.99. One sold today for $31.00. I bought him to sell. But, he's growing one me.....
Vintage Noel set. I spotted that vintage package a mile away. 99¢ and it was a done deal.
But, when i got it home - there was only a N and an E - and an extra E - so NEE?
And this one napkin ring, which really was worth the 99¢ to me. So cute.
A Putney Basket. Because I am a basket hoarder. This one will go on the porch with fresh greenery for Christmas.
A Christmas tablecloth. I have really sworn off vintage Christmas tablecloths, but this one had a different feel to it. It was made in West Germany.
This nice big flocked deer was sitting on top of a god awful plasticky holly flower arrangement when I found it. It wasn't marked, so the clerks came up with the princely sum of 25¢ for it. When I got home and thought about it, I think it might have been part of that aforementioned arrangement. The arrangement - ick. The deer. <3 p="">
A whimsical signed hand carved Santa. I saw some similar at the craft fair for $38.00. e was 99¢.
A few more vintage ornaments all in blue. I mostly bought it for the pointed ones, but they are all old and pretty.
I forgot to blog about a lot of these things because I put them on Instagram when I bought them. I didn't really "get" Instagram until recently, but now I really love it. Hey - you should follow me there! Instagram3>