Wednesday, August 24, 2011

Vintage Finds

On Sunday we met up with Andrew, Alison, and Tad at one of our favorite antique malls. While we walked around holding and cuddling the baby, we found a few things to bring home.


I was intrigued by this old booklet. It was full of labels of different fruit. We thought maybe it was for labeling preserves for sale at church bazaars.


I also found another Eloise Wilkin Little Golden Book.


I got some plain hemmed linens for doing my own embroidery and a tiny tomato pincushion. But my favorite find was this doll crib. I know it's weird that I bought it, but I love the look of it and I have a child's ironing board and iron. Thought they might look nice together. I could fill the crib with old linens and quilts.


And it was only $15.00! I'll show it again when I make a "mattress" for it and have it with goodies.
Have a great day!

6 comments:

Kim K. said...

I'm totally addicted to doll beds. I can easily see why this little sweetie came home with you. I shouldn't even admit how many I own.

http://kenward.blogspot.com/2011/03/doll-bed-collection.html

Kerin said...

You really found some great things! I love the labels....too cool!
Sounds like you are enjoying the summer days :)

~Lavender Dreamer~ said...

I love the sweet doll crib and Golden book! I have a doll collection so I like to find things for my dolls, too! Pretty small quilts would look nice in the little crib, too! ♥

Nellie said...

I believe I like your blog!:) I know I liked your comment on Susan Branch's blog about the President coming by. You and I would have to draw straws for a front row seat.:)

Creative Breathing said...

Hi Mary, I have de-ja-vous reading this post as I think I have seen these very items you have brought home! As I type I am calling down to my husband about your vacation to Holland, MI. Not too far away at all for me, and boy would I love to see those 1930's houses! In your photo of quilting your lovely piece, I see a yo-yp pillow in the background that looks about my skill level. I will definitely be giving one of those a try.
Always inspiring here! Have a lovely Sunday. Elizabeth

Manuela@A Cultivated Nest said...

You found some really nice things! The crib is cute and I think will be perfect with your ironing board and iron. It would be cute if you could find a vintage child's kitchen.