While I was out having lunch with my parents today I took the opportunity to stop in at the thrift store on that side of town. It has been hit or miss lately. Sometimes I wonder if the items I choose (out of the thousands) come from the same house?
A gathering of colors found amongst the plastics and electronics.
My sweet blogging buddy Kim K. needs just one more of these...don't you think? This one is phenomenal. Amazing graphics. Printed in 1938 in Detroit. On the back are the directions below the checker board state it is an American made game for American made girls and boys. I love how it says Checkee. It was in the bin to toss because it did not have all the pieces. (i.e. marbles and checkers) Who would toss this?
Vintage aqua tablecloth sans holes or stains. Very large feed sack fabric piece.
I have direct boy scout orders to grab every wooden camp stool I find. Three dollars seems reasonable to me. Apparently these wooden stools are far more comfortable than the aluminum ones they can buy now.
blogging notes: those sweet heart pins were won in a giveaway last year from birdie blue. I am unsure where she got them.
Thank you for all your sweet comments.