I stopped at the Teen Challenge Thrift today, just because it was there. It's never a sure thing, but today I struck gold. Or actually, wicker. 5 feet of it. I'm betting it's from the 1940's, and was used to hold flower arrangements for a wedding or funeral. I'll eventually use it at my funeral, since I can assure you that there will never be another wedding. At an estate sale, I scored the following:
This perfectly blue muffin tin cost a quarter. I'll say no more.
This is the opposite of a die-cut. Is there a word for that? It's a monogram, cut out of thin metal, perhaps tin. It also cost a quarter. It's the 2nd most fabulous thing I saw all day. And this is the first...
A sweet vintage pottery girl, holding her arms in the most fetching way. She left her skirt at home. I love her for that.