Monday, April 30, 2012

Highway 67 Sale

April means it's time to head over to Hwy. 67 near Statesboro, GA for one of our favorite outdoor sales. Heading out before daylight, we were rewarded with some great vintage treasures!  We hope you'll enjoy seeing them before they make it to the shop. (If
they do!)

We had never purchased a flour sack before and fell in love with the colors
and design.

Sometimes it's fun to sneak away and buy a treat for the other sister. This tiny little piece
made in Japan is for Laura's bird collection. That's a ring inside to show you how small it is!

  This is just one of the lot of can openers and "church keys" we bought. Instant collection!
  They'll look fab in a bowl on a bar.

Four white chenille pillows. Charlie the dog likes them too.

We added an estate sale to our days travels and it was a very worthwhile detour.

Isn't this boy chalkware wall hanger for pot holders sweet? He's an oldie.

Need a cabinet for baseball cards? A cool way to display them. 

This girl scout towel dates itself with the uniforms!

Ah for a more genteel time. This fun stand is a holder for hand towels.

We never fail to get excited when we find another paint by number!

A vanity box for hair clips.

Kitschy bookends from the funky 50's.

A red Aladdin thermos in perfect shape.

Perhaps this beautifully painted kleenex box cover that hangs on the wall
shared the bathroom with the hand towel holder!

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