Welcome to this weeks segment of Vintage Thingies Thursday. Thursday is the day to showcase your vintage treasures and to share your special things with everyone. If you are visiting and would like to join us, please do. It is very easy!
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I had these pictures ready to go for this weeks post...the continuation of my laundry room remodel. I will have one more post about the vintage items in this room, it will be next week. So for now....here we go....
These are some of my vintage linens, I just love the colors and the cute little chickens. These were all estate sale finds.
This salt and pepper shaker set belonged to my grandmother. I have kept these safe in a drawer for many, many years. I decided to bring them out and enjoy them, I put vintage buttons in each, and it sits on the shelf....now, I can enjoy them.
This is a real gem. I have had this ever since I was a little girl. My Aunt Joyce had one similar to this, it was the same type of thing...a Weather Forecaster. After a visit with my Aunt, I looked for one myself...and found this one. (At least, I think that is how I aquired this...my Aunt may have given it to me, but honestly, it has been so long...I can not remember) OH MY.......I guess that is a sign I am getting OLD! Nonetheless, it still works, and I have treasured it for many years...and girls...it is ALWAYS right!
Here is the back of the little weather forecaster. I would guess I got this in the mid 1970's. I wish I could remember how I got this...but for the life of me...I can't. So if my Aunt or mom reads this...Leave a comment if you remember!!! Don't you just love it??? Have you ever seen one like this, that actually works? Do you have one similar??
Here is a snapshot of the wall all my goodies are displayed on. The little shelf was purchased at an estate sale, I asked the guy, "how much?" he said "$1.00", I said "sold". It was brown and ugly, but I saw how sweet this would be painted a fresh coat of white paint. I think it holds all of these vintage treasures rather nicely.
Here is the whole wall. The vintage wall picture was purchased at an estate sale. I love the colors of the flowers and the mountains in the background. The little plates on the top of the shelf came from Goodwill. I liked the size of them, they were small and had really nice scenes painted on them.
Well, that is it for the show and tell this week. I will finish up next week and show the whole thing...with the before shot......Have a great week everyone..... I hope you enjoyed looking at some of these vintage goodies...some you may have seen before, but I think most of them are new.....
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