I feel as though now I am in an “in-between” stage in the house..
The house is pretty much decorated for Fall..
— however, I am beginning to drag out the many boxes of Christmas decorations.
I took away the pumpkin topiary and other fall decor..
— and came up with my “Vignette that costs under $25”
All items were from yard sales, estate sales.
Breakdown of items:
— Large ironstone pitcher at estate sale in Georgia — $10
— Each book was 50 cents at same estate sale.
— Small ironstone sugar bowl 50 cents at yard sale as it was missing its lid.
———-cotton (a gift from a friend who grew cotton last year)..free
—- Each wicker bottle was $4.00 at a yard sale in Tennessee.
— Bless This House sheet music $1.00 at the Liberty Antiques Show in N.C.
———-frame 50 cents at yard sale in Georgia.
— Postal scale a purchase many, many years ago at an antique shop in Florida for $2.00
Decorative bird had for years and cloche a gift..almost free.
The gentleman at the yard sale was almost apologetic for this ironstone piece missing a lid..
— so he thought 50 cents was fair.. I was happy!
Our friend did not plant cotton this year.. but I had a few stems left over from last year.
Small demijohn purchased at a yard sale in Tennessee..
— the homeowner called it just an old wine bottle.
And he said, “hey if you like this one.. I have another one you can have for $4.00
— OK, you talked me into it!
Vintage sheet music for $1.00 .. it is actually a sheet music book!
All of these books were 50 cents each at an estate sale in Georgia.
The ironstone pitcher, purchased at the same estate sale in Georgia..
— is the highest priced item on the table at $10.00
Oh and this postal scale .. I actually had it in a yard sale box!..
— I thought I was not going to decorate so much with these vintage items..
———- so glad it did not sell!!!
It would have been on the list of items of seller’s remorse!
Thanks so much for visiting today..
— The foyer will be taking on a totally different look.
Once my buffet arrives from France!!!
Have a wonderful day!!
I am joining:
From My Front Porch to Yours for Treasure Hunt Thursdays