We had to ride out Hermine all day Friday, but Saturday was a beautiful day.
Four crates from a dealer at the antique mall.
I am planning a new section in my large booth soon.
As soon as I get around to moving everything.
Two frames because they were too cheap to pass.
A future Quickies project most likely.
Two more Keepsit Thermos bottles to add to the collection in the booth.
A pine cone heart wreath.
Two dirty baskets.
I got tired of looking through the bin of horse show ribbons and asked if the guy would give me a bundle price for the whole bin.
He did - so I did - buy them.
Think Christmas tree with a horse theme.
Many have colorful buttons.
It turns out there are over one hundred of them!
But only one Halloween.
At the same place there were bins and bins of fabric.
I chose three fall fabrics for ...
You will have to wait and see.
In another bin there was a pair of ladies ice skates.
In the original box.
I taped the box top back together.
Skates from Sears.
Including the original tags, a pair of green wool socks, and blade guards.
On the box end - "Ann's Ice Skates" is printed in marker.
Hey, Ann, I have your ice skates.
A wooden waste can - will be painted.
Old muffin tin.
Ironstone gravy boat.
Due to being extremely quanked*, I refuse to drag out this vanity just take a picture of it.
I have been driving around all week with it back there.
I plan to drag it out to paint this weekend.
Unless I get better offers of fun
While I was digging through the fabric bins, I found this medal.
L.F. Grammes & Sons
With an engraving of the plant.
In honor of
Mrs. L. F. Grammes
Aug. 29, 1914
A sweet little piece of history.
-Overpowered by fatigue.
-To have the strength reduced or exhausted, as by labor or exertion; become fatigued; be sleepy.
Used in a sentence:
“After sprunting all weekend, I’m well quanked.”