And I am thinking Christmas.
There I said it.
The "C" word.
The fake crystal tray in the back?
I have not found one in great shape for years.
This one was until I dropped the heavy brown step stool on it.
Sweet little basket for corralling small items in the booth.
A load of glassware.
I am thinking winter wonderland.
Temps have dropped to the 60's for highs here.
Still swimming, but wearing sweats in the house.
Cute black magnets - I put them on the side of the truck to take the photo and forgot all about them.
Drove around for a couple of days.
Then Chucks asked me if I knew they were there.
A Bart Starr football award from 1991.
He was my football hero way, way back.
A pair of estate stone corbels.
Estate stone - a fancy term for fake.
A stack of grapevine baskets.
One ugly white basket - you will see this one again on Sunday.
Remember that brown table because I am in the middle of painting it and just remembered I forgot to take a before shot.
I have been eyeing the silver pitcher at the thrift store and finally it was half price.
I have a small collection of the cruet bottles and the brass cricket boxes.
See? I found two more cricket boxes. I will group them for Etsy.
The gold tray is a lap tray with folding legs.
See? There is the bottom of the brown table I had to throw in the truck because it started raining.
Two boxes of vintage flash cards.
I meant to show my favorite ones - the ones in the back made to look like a green chalkboard with yellow chalk graphics.
All in a small wire basket.
A large red basket and a small signed basket hold a large assortment of Christmas stuff bought because I wanted ten teeny little wooden ornaments in the bag.
Griffin and Liz have a booth in Riverfront Antique Mall - Gryphon and The Rusty Typewriter.
Griffin also has an Etsy shop (HERE) where I found these Alice illustrations.
I am painting the monster of a cabinet from last week's finds and fell in love with the Alice prints to use on it.
I had Staples copy each and reduce each for me to use without destroying the originals.
Griffin still has several of the illustrations left so go over and browse her shop.
Rain (and, boy, do we need it!) has brought painting furniture to a standstill.
I have been visiting and reading your posts, but not commenting and not replying to the comments on my posts you have so kindly left.
To tell the truth I absolutely could not stand to live in this house one more minute without a complete cleaning.
You know, the kind where you pull all the furniture out and wash the baseboards?
So back to cleaning with a little blogging on the side to keep me alert during my breaks.
I am quite enjoying all your fall decor and vintage finds.
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