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Sunday, September 2, 2012

Garage Sale Treasures!

Yesterday I went to some garage sales. I've only been three or four times all summer and I was missing it. I thought I'd share with you some of my treasures.


I paid $1.00 for this. I saw them ON SALE at a local store for $21.00! Ridiculous. It's a rubberish material. I'd take it out on the boat with me if I had a boat to take it out on! You know...because my stuff inside wouldn't get wet.


This vintage sheet. Love. I will use it for material rather than a sheet.


Vintage tablecloths






Santa cookie molds. I was just saying the other day how I used to do a lot more baking. I especially loved to bake at Holiday time. I'd give baked gifts to all of our neighbors. I miss it. And I used to make shortbread cookies from molds similar to these.


This apron


And Christmas goodies.....




This is a music box but I can't tell what song it plays.



One person teapot



The cup is on the bottom of the pot.



And this mess.....well it was a baggie full of jewelry. It took me awhile to decide if I wanted it,


but I liked these big bauble bracelets.


And then I started untangling


the knotted up mess...




I found some earrings to match the bracelets


I found earrings to match these necklaces

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Remember the brand of jewelry called 1928. Somewhat victorian looking. I must admit, I have a bit of it. Well that's what these three necklaces and two pair of earrings are, 1928. I don't know if they still make it or not.



More earrings, not 1928!






Christmas bracelet...


Perhaps a New Years Eve necklace and earrings.


And now, I have spilled a glass of tea on my notebook and tablecloth...so I must go....{sigh}


Cindy Bee

6 comments:

  1. I have seen those very expensive rubber "bags" too and wanted one for summer but would not pay that much money! You are got a great deal. Love the Santa molds and you got some great jewelry!

    I received my seeds yesterday! Thank you so much! I'm super excited. You made my day. *hugs*

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  2. HI Cindy bee your quite the shopper! I remember some of that 1928 jewelry.Have a good week, Hugs Cheri

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  3. I'll take the Bracelets since you neither like them or wear them...

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  4. Cindy, I liked all the fabrics. You hit the jack-pot with the jewelry . I like yard sales too. I have only gone to two this year. Got an umbrella at one and two braclets at the other. smiles, xo, Susie

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  5. You got some great stuff! They used to sell that 1928 jewelry at the better department stores, not sure if the line is still around or not. I have not been to many garage sells either this year but just stopped in a couple last weekend and got the grand daughters a very nice scholastic dictionary (very large) for 25 cents, a like new canner for 4.00 and a book for me for 50 cents. Have a great Holiday!

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  6. ok we need to move those doors in the craftroom:::add more shelves for fabric::::Heck
    ```make the whole downstairs the craft/work area now::::::to think we just made room for the stuff you alrady had!!
    just joking:::you did get some good buys on the jewelry
    sure you know who this is :::????
    the cuzin

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Cindy Bee