Showing my favorite junking finds weekend is a little overdue because this sale was a couple of months ago. Hope you enjoy seeing what I found! Come share in my lovely junk!
Homewood is a charming old suburb close to town and mostly occupied by young families. This was a good sale, in that it was an older person’s estate. If only I had gotten there a little earlier, but I haven’t figured out yet how to be everywhere at once…LOL.
Here are my vintage finds, some of which I’ve already sold. Small and pretty little chest with raised swirl designs and old picture on top. Nice lining inside. Probably made in Italy. Cost: $2.00 Sold
A vintage shoe ashtray. I bought this mainly to use in a mobile. 25¢
These can be repurposed into cute towel holders for the kitchen. I can’t remember how much I paid for this. Available in my Etsy shop.
These old wooden thread spools come in handy for various crafts. $1 for the whole box. How would YOU repurpose these?
These are not in the best of shape, so I’m thinking about repurposing them….maybe painting or possibly making ornaments out of them. We’ll see. $2 for this set. Too much considering the shape they’re in. Sometimes I get carried away. Anyone else?
I believe this was 25¢.
Tiny pink pom pom trim for a total of 23+ yards. I thought I might have a hard time selling this because I certainly wasn’t the only seller with it! Paid $1…Sold for $12. I usually try to pick up trims when I see them. They can be good sellers.
I think I paid about $4 for these wooden legs or furniture finials. Available in my Etsy shop.
Shiny brass heavy decal. I believe I paid $1-2 for this. The details have skipped my mind….LOL. Available in my Etsy shop.
Hope you enjoyed seeing a vintage finds post! I’m a little behind on these. Come share in my lovely junk! And lastly, have a wonderful Memorial Day Weekend!