Lucy and Ethel? That's the memory I get from this card. Ethel has a real hanky in her hand and Lucy is sporting cute real curls on her head. Just a couple of neighbors talking across the line. I spent hours watching that show. Genuine good t.v. just as genuine as the sweet card image. It was a nice find among the other thrift store goodies today.
Claire has claimed this beauty. Bear with me for a moment. Do you see the Parent Trap ranch house correlation I see. Just the jeep is missing. Well, that and Haley Mills.
Decked out all ready with gingham curtains and sixties colors. We are thinking about starting a real estate company for our sweet tin collection. You know that way it will always be an investment when we buy one. Right?
Awnings that scallop and scroll...making us swoon. The only mark is the R on the top?
1972 Fisher Price Happy Apple...checking that off the list! I will have you know my kiddos asked what it does? Good grief! Darling decal tin and yes another Magpie shelf (I need it!).
Vintage Christmas all over the place today. Lantern ornaments. Hugging elves. Mercury beads and a sweet little star/chenille stem ornament that will have to be recreated for Christmas.
Tags...tags...and more tags.
Looks like they run the era gamut.
Some are marked Hallmark.
Each of them cuter than the ones before. Claire and I have had so much fun together browsing the thrift stores and hunting at the flea markets. I am worried I might tire of the apple noise if I don't hide it though...