Luckily, I never need to explain my fondness for Shiny Brite Christmas ornaments. I found several boxes and it wasn't until I got home that I realized all of the boxes had lids, yippee!
I also found some Mercury Glass Beads in two sizes. I've never seen the larger size beads before.
Then there was this wonderful Christmas tree topper still in its box. This is my favorite tree topper so far.
I love old embroidered dish towels. I found a 7-day set of bluebirds.
And this 6-piece set of embroidered towels with black terriers and kitchen items. Both sets of kitchen towels are going in my Stuff to Treasure Shop.
I found a box of Legos from 1963. I haven't poured everything out to count the pieces but the box is full and I love Legos.
I bought some Blue Chip stamp books a while back to use in some crafting projects. They brought back fond memories and are such a nice icon of a past time. Well, I found the motherlode of Blue Chip stamps this time. It is a book of unused stamps that a retailer probably used to tear out stamps for their customers. Pages of pristine, uncut, stamps!
Another treasure that I found is this vintage Child's 45 rpm Record Holder Book. It is filled with records from the 70s but I plan to turn it into a different project. The cover graphics are absolutely adorable.
Another fun day of estate sale hunting. And please check out my STUFF TO TREASURE shop to see the new vintage kitchen items that I added.
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A Little Knick Knack, Apron Thrift Girl, Blue Creek Home, Brambleberry Cottage, Cherished Treasures, Chic on a Shoestring, Coastal Charm, Creating a House of Grace, Finding Fabulous, Frugalicious Me, Her Library Adventures, Hey What's For Dinner Mom?, It's a Very Cherry World, My Romantic Home, Tales from Bloggeritaville, The Colorado Lady, The Shabby Nest, The Thrifty Groove, The Thrifty Home, Type A and Very Merry Vintage Style