It was hard to get a clear pic of the top and side so I took 2! The vintage sheet back drop was a recent thrift store find! I think it's so sweet!I think these canisters were a good deal. There's hardly any rust on the outside of them and none on the inside. There were 4 canisters for $10.00. The fourth and largest which is not pictured is very faded. The Mrs. obviously had that one near a window! They ARE brighter than this but cloudy weather makes dull pics!
I've wanted one of these glass cookie sprinkle jars for a long time! I *really* want one with the little girl's face on it but this will do for now. I think this was $2.00. You didn't think I was going to forget the pastels- did you? This quilt was my biggest splurge of the day for $40.00! I've always wanted a genuine old quilt- not just a repro and this one fits the bill! It's some sort of star and only has a few tears in it that I will try to repair. It's nice and worn and bumpy and I plan on USING it! I had to buy some chenille too -right? Wow, there was sooooo much to chose from! I could have spent all day going through them all but there were so many more booths to go see and buy from!
It was really difficult to fully unfold and examine the larger linens because of the crowds. so this bedspread is in a lot worse shape than I thought it was. I think I paid too much for it- $20.00 but that's okay. I bought it from the young long haired guy who called me dude so that made it worth it. ☺
After I've soaked both of these and hung on the clothes line, I'll get full pics. I need some good weather first, though! Idaho is having another record wet spring. Ugh! Did I bring the rain with me or what?!
Well that's it! I hope you enjoyed seeing my Farm Chicks treasures! I even came home with money left over so I could impress Bobby.
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