digging in my purse for that elusive tape measure.
Below is a hand painted board displayed at the entrance to the sale.
The moment we stepped inside, we could see all the treasures still available, and this was the third and final day of the sale!!! I wonder what was offered on the first two days?!
With two babies in tow, we raced (in my opinion) through the sale rather quickly. We even met up with my sister, niece and grand-niece. Since they were leaving, they carried home one of my purchases so I didn't have to lug it around the few hours we were at the sale. Whew!
Here's what I found:
Enamelware bowl to replace the plastic sink in the play kitchen I'm restoring.
Pair of vases for $16.00.
Nicely crazed surface.
I don't think I need to explain why I bought this particular feed sack.
I'm thinking of making a pillow or two for the man cave.
The green and red are the perfect colors.
Last, but not least, I've been looking for a cabinet to hang on a bare wall above the bathtub. Although this one is missing the beveled mirror, it's very sturdy and reasonably priced, I think.
Maybe a little work will be required to remove the key pegs.....
and fill the holes and cover up the red paint.
Scene from Halloween XIIII?
Nope. This is the view through the red spray painted glass.
So, what do you think? Was it worth the price I paid?
Of course, we had to take advantage of the photo opportunity.
Daughter Julie on the left, Megan on the right, and me in the middle.
Game plan for next year:
- Leave children at home to spend quality time with Daddy.
- Bring plenty of cash.
- Have cell phones in
- Get there early.
- Empty trunk before the sale!!!!