Thursday, June 12, 2008

Found goodies

A few packets of buttons, new ribbons, old ribbon
Vintage jewelry, domino's, onesies...earrings,
Old picture in old frame, wonderful little tiny flower book, and old handle
Wonderful old tins...Music thats called Rose Petals, and look at these 3 pieces of lace
And this wonderful old song book
Beautiful Illustrations
And what year is this MCMXXXVIII ??? LOL.
Update: I've sold my first birds...I am now breathing!!!
Thank you everyone for your sweet comments


The Farrier's Daughter said...

Great finds & Congrats selling your first birdies!

Lori said...

congrats on selling your birds...i knew they would go fast...what great finds!!! lucky you:)

Candy- A Pretty Home said...

Thanks for visiting me :)
I love your blog, its so cute :) :)

Natasha Burns said...

Gorgeous goodies Laurie! YAY for the birdies!
By the way, the year MCMXXXVIII is 1938, can't believe I still remember my roman numerals, lol!

Nancy said...

Congratulations on selling your little birdies...

Don't you just love old books...they sure don't produce the pics in such grand detail now like they used to...


Utah Grammie said...

I CANNOT believe you had doubts!! Your work is amazing - can't wait to see what youdo with all this new "stuff"!!

Amy at Bunny Rose Cottage said...

WONDERFUL finds Laurie! I love the name of the sheet music! And the lace is beautiful!

I KNEW your birds would go fast :)


Stephanie ~ Angelic Accents said...

Hi Sweet Laurie! Your creative little items will do well wherever you offer them!!

I'm having a giveaway & so is Connie, so hop on over to our blogs to enter!

Angelic Accents

Vintage Amethyst said...

Well done on your birdy sales, they are so adorable how could anyone resist.
love Alison x

Cathy ~ Tadpoles and Teacups said...

Yea! I knew etsy would be a good place for your birds to learn to fly. :)

The Other Side of Me said...

What a great collection of finds. I love that pretty ribbon. Where did you find the Mon Amie ribbon?

Your bird pin cushions ae just fantastic. great job.