I cannot open my mouth much without pain.
However, I do not need my jaws to open to go junkin'!
First this regal lady in distressed white with a shabby purple skirt - only needed cleaning a bit.
A vintage aluminum colander - I do not have this shape so I will probably keep it around for awhile.
It is sitting on a lovely rosebud sheet.
A small group of those Made In Japan china figurines.
I thought they would make quite a display for my Valentine postcards at the booth.
Great photo of a man on a horse.
Great plaid quilted flannel lap robe.
Or it could be a very clean horse blanket.
Since both photos came from the same estate sale, I decided this pretty lady had a torrid love affair with the guy on horseback, and he was riding back into her life after ditching his wife.
Do you make up stories for the photographs you find?
There's that rosebud sheet again - it may become a photo background.
A stack of tattered 1890's books on a silverplate pedestal.
This little orphan table had attitude though it had lost its drawer and support rungs.
Painted gold and off to the shop - for just a few dollars he can be yours.
For fifty cents I cannot pass up a plastic bin of plastic fruit - both glittered and beaded - with a tangle of white lights.
Metal slide box with red dividers for the slides.
I've only pulled a few of the slides to view.
They were Christmas photos.
I will list this on Etsy.
What could this be?
A folding campaign desk in excellent condition.
It has been stripped and refinished, but whoever did it left a small portion underneath so the original finish can be seen.
Always a good idea.
Another brown suitcase - a petite one.
I am off to try to catch up on things which do not require me to open my mouth.
NOTE: I updated my coupon code for my Etsy shop. I was embarrassed to find out my coupons had expired. There are new listings for you to browse. Enjoy!
Use this discount code to receive 10% off your purchase at the Distressed Donna Etsy store:
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