I have been a busy bee — finding, crafting, photographing, listing! Here's a peek at what is destined for my Etsy shop . . .
I made three fabric swatch portraits using vintage bark cloth with a woodsy scene.
Some recent finds: a classic King-Seeley thermos, a tabletop corner shelf with birds, a pair of Sears roller skates, a set of three teapot-shaped tea bag rests with mushrooms, a green depression glass dish, an Androck sifter with a checkerboard pattern and a teapot-shaped shelf with hooks for potholders or keys.
I had the good fortune to acquire more soap powder holders. They can be very hard to find. However, these five found me! Someone read about my collection here on The T-Cozy and offered them to me. Yay!
More finds: an aqua Pyrex mixing bowl, another copy of Susie's New Stove, a vintage carrying case, flower-shaped curtain tie-back pins, a 1950s picnic tin, a pair of toy dump trucks, a blue Shawnee Pottery vase and a pretty pressed glass dish.
I have been contemplating selling off my large collection of vintage Sta-Brite flatware with red Bakelite handles. What do you think I should do? Keep or sell?
Plus — there is one more very special vintage find that I plan to share with you in my very next post. So please stop back soon!