Thursday, April 19, 2012

Picnics


A picnic basket of goodies today. I went on a mission to get a Mother's Day gift for my mother. A gift was purchased and a few other things as well.  


Reagan made sure it all checked out...he agrees with my purchases.


The gift for my mother...a sweet boy overlooking the water.


Hallmark Merry Miss package trim.


The sweetest Happy Birthday Apron and E brooch.


Priceless children's hankies


Teeny Tiny (one inch) baby pins.


Perhaps my favorite find....was my dollar bargain bin mint condition...Gingham Book of Embroidery! I will post next week all the beautiful stitches and illustrations!

20 comments:

Tammy's in Love said...

WOW! I live in the wrong part of the country. Those little pins are a very unique find!

Tammy

Kim K. said...

I'm in desperate need of a shopping/thrifty fix. What fun treasures for your mom. Good for you.

vintage grey said...

These are treasures indeed!! Those children's hankies are so sweet!! That fabric is so pretty and spring!! I love how your kitty 'okays' your finds! Too cute!! xo Heather

birdie blue said...

how lucky is your mom? she's going to be thrilled, my friend. well done.

xo
molly

vivian said...

youre always finding the neatest stuff. yikes! when is mothers day!?
guess I better get on that...
have a great weekend
xoxo
vivian

Mecky said...

Oh Renee, you found some great goodies. I love the picnic basket. I saw one at the flea market and talked myself out of buying it twice because I don't know where I would put it and have just regretted it.(we can't have everything) Isn't it a great color of green?

Blessed Serendipity said...

I really love all your finds. I am curious about the gingham embroidery book. I have a few aprons with white stitching on them and have always loved them. The enamel baby pins are so sweet.

Danielle

Perfectly Printed said...

I'm sure your mom with love her gift!!

chris

Kathy said...

Great finds and I think your mother will be delighted. Looking forward to a peek inside the book!

Erica of Golden Egg Vintage said...

Love those childrens hankies!
Just darling things you picked out!
Erica :)

craftyles said...

Your mom sure is lucky to get such a basket of goodies. Love the hankies!

~Damita's Pretty Wrap~ said...

You found some wonderful treasures! I know i'd love a picnic basket like that with all those lovely goodies! Way to adorable, love all the colors too :) Hope you have a great weekend! xo Holly

retrorevival.biz said...

Eeek! You always find the most amazing treasures! Please take me thrifting!

~Cindy

grammycarolynn (flickr) said...

Dearest Renee...By the look on Reagan's face, I think he approves of your splendid finds! How in the world do you find so many vintage treasures?
How I love the petite little hankies...their charm and nostalgia are so endearing. They remind me so much of my sweet Gramma!
I love you and I love your blog! I am never disappointed when I come for a visit!
Thank you, dear, for your kind comments on my blog...They mean so much to this newcomer!
Hugzzzzzz!
Carolynn x x x

Mimos da ClaralĂș! said...

All very beautiful!
hugs
Luciana

Jessie @ Messy Jesse said...

oh my, oh my what an amazing haul!!! I'm always GREEN with envy when I see your lovely treaures :)
Jessie, xo

Carly said...

Sweet children's hankies!
Have a Suneday!
Carly

GardenofDaisies said...

What a lovely gift! THe green picnic tin, Gingham embroidery books, and the illustration of the hallmark dolly ... I feel like i'm in vintage heaven!!

Barbara said...

Not to judge a book by its cover, but that gingham book looks like a real winner!

Stacey@A Sort Of Fairytale said...

my goes pitter pat looking at all this...love those children's hankies!! and that gingham book is too cute!
:)