Remember I recently moved out to the country? Well a small town near where I live has a 3 day town wide festival and along with that a town wide yard sale that actually goes 4 days (Thurs-Sun).
So, being so close to home, I wasn't going to skip it! But, I wasn't able to go until Saturday. Apparently I missed a lot of good stuff!
One of my first buys of the day was this cute Raggedy Ann and Andy chalkboard.
I plan to clean this up and paint it white.
I found this older military bag... but I'm not quite sure what it was issued for. Any experts out there have any idea?
Isn't this cute? Tempted to keep!
A few unusual red handle tools I'd not seen before.
How cute is the mint green tray with the little Amish family on it?
I'm a sucker for anything in the original box.
Also, anyone else have a thing for older plastic pieces made to look like fancy glass?
2 Made in Japan strawberry stars and 2 Hazel Atlas apple jars.
A few vintage Christmas items picked up throughout the day!
A box of vintage doll pieces.
A Harold Gale santa in original box.
Also a couple odd pieces that were stuffed in there too.
Old unused analysis pads
Then there was this box. I saw the lady drag it out and I immediately said "How much for the box?" after I saw some Holt Howard peeking out. The sold price was $20. At this point I was a little skeptical on what I was really going to get out of it. I knew I'd at least get my money back.
Took out the top layer.... lots of kitsch!
The top layer revealed all this goodness sitting on the bottom.
Including these 2 birdies that will stay with me!
I went out again on Sunday for about an hour to hit a few sales I knew were still dragging stuff out for Sunday's crowd.
One sale yielded this yard dart game in original box.
Kewpies + creepy baby dolls heads!
A few aprons & crocheted star doily.
Ah yes, more Christmas mystery boxes.
The tattered box was bought to save these small items
After all the shiny things were removed from the other box, I found all this hiding underneath!
Another clip on birdie to keep!!
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