Sunday, January 27

Still Getting Ready

I know...shocker! How much stuff can one person save? The problem is I like this stuff, but if I can't use it I want someone to enjoy it for me!

I'm guessing it will take just a couple more posts to share the best of it (that's a matter of opinion, I suppose) so let's get on with it. I'll spread this out over a few days so you don't just get bored to death by it all....


Cute crocheted "hot pads"...I could never put a hot pot on these sweet little dresses..



And I sure wouldn't put one on this underwear.....


Or on this cute flowerpot!!!


These are cute too, but I might be able to put a pot on them...maybe a flower pot??




Love the yellow color on this tin. Stamped on the bottom "Made In England".




Side view...





This tin looks black and white, but it's actually a pewter color and is stamped "Made In Holland". The pictures are so neat...isn't she regal?







This baby in the cradle is my favorite. I don't really know what the lady in the chair is doing...crocheting hot pads??? (see above pads...)





Pink McCoy vase...




Cutest little teapot.....






Gold edged creamer with a pink & white doily to match....




Seriously, over the past few days I have averaged about 3 hours just putting stuff in a box and then taking it back out. But all of this is now in the "to go" box and it will all begin a new journey next week... **sigh**


I'm participating in another Bloggy Giveaway Carnival and it begins Monday, January 28th. If you love vintage fabric, be sure to sign the giveaway post...it's a good one!
Hope a good weekend was had by all....

4 comments:

Susie Q said...

I think we are online at the same time! A new post from you just popped up! : ) I love seeing all of these sweet treasures. Those tins are all glorious!! Real treasures. You have a great eye for a find!
You have been working hard haven't you?? : )

Love and hugs,
Sue

Janet said...

I Love those tins, can we all come over to your yard sale?? I think your weather would feel really good about now.

Keep those fingers and toes and crossed for me, I am hoping to hear from the buyers tomorrow. Now if the seller can be convinced that this is a Buyers Market!!

Janet

Cathy ~ Tadpoles and Teacups said...

Sweet, sweet tins! I really need to follow your example and part with some of my dust collectors too. (My tastes have changed and my shelves have sagged, so I'd better do something. . . quickly!)
:-)
Cathy
P.S. Thanks for the giveaway link. Sounds like a fun adventure.

PLO said...

Look at all your pretty loot. I wish I could come to your yard sale. Thank you for visiting my blog and leaving me such a nice note...I will definately be stopping by again!!!