I am still Christmas shopping for my antique mall booth and Monday I went to a 50% off sale at a thrift store I don’t normally frequent. It was a good thing because I found a couple of really fun things. The car was already loaded with Christmas items since my plan for the day was to do a little shopping and fluff the booth. The Treasure Hunt was buzzing with vendors getting ready for Christmas. Our Holiday Extravaganza is this weekend so everyone is working hard to make it special. I am going Friday to put the finishing touches on my booth.
Ok, I’m going to tell you up front this little guy stole my heart.
He had a rather bedraggled arrangement of silk and plastic flowers which I promptly removed.
The planter was extremely dirty so I soaked it overnight and it came out sparkling clean.
Can I part with this vintage Santa planter? The jury is still out.
Even though this Pfaltzgraff cup is probably not vintage, it is very pretty.
I knew how adorable it would be with a little Christmas tree tucked inside.
You remember my Jello Mold Wreaths from a couple of weeks ago, well I found a few more molds to make into wreaths for my booth.
Technically this Standard stamp holder isn’t a vintage Christmas decoration but it is definitely vintage.
I just decorated it with a little Christmas spirit.
It is a bit of an industrial look for Christmas.
This sweet little Santa tin was an emotional buy. I had one like it only bigger, but it somehow got lost over the years.
If you are local, everything at the Treasure Hunt in Powder Springs Georgia is 20% off this weekend November 8th and 9th.
In addition to the sale there are demonstrations, giveaways and refreshments. So come on by, we would love to see you.
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