Thank God it's thrifty Friday, Friends! Today I'm sharing the rest of the treasures scored from the sisters' crafty yard sale I attended recently, plus a few thrift store finds too. When I arrived at the packed sale, there were only a few of these vintage quilt scrap bundles left and I grabbed both! I'm still debating whether to part with them or use them for crafts myself...
One or more of the sisters must have loved Santa, because they had a variety. I love the embroidery on this handmade wool felt ornament. Slowly, but surely I'm adding to my new blog shop, and this cutie is Available.
I've sold several sequined Santas in my etsy shop, but this is the first one in a pick-up truck! They make adorable embellishments for handmade stockings. Available.
Golden Acorn is one of my favorite vintage Pyrex patterns. The colors would complement almost any dishes, plus the gold accents add a touch of festivity to the holiday table. I already have an identical divided casserole in my etsy shop, so contact me if you'd like a matching pair! Available.
Last, but not least is this sweet little angel playing a harp. I believe she is a Lefton collectible. She is numbered on the bottom, but like many older Lefton figurines, does not have the trademark sticker. She's in perfect condition, trimmed in gold and the harp and flowers in her hair are pale pink. 3" tall. Available.
Until next time, happy hunting!