How cool is this little crewel owl, huh? Only problem is...
You gotta make him yourself. Or maybe that is not a problem, but rather a blessing. For the crafty folks. Like not me.
Actually, I often pick up vintage crewel kits, and they sell pretty well on ebay, depending on the style. And they are so easy to ship - which is the only reason I will sell on online. So, this guy will likely not get to hang out in my cool booth club.
I found this genuine vintage purse for $0.99. Super cute and in great shape. She will get to hang out in the booth, heck, she even gets to skip in line.
Speaking of booths, I found this in another booth in my antique market all bundled up in tape and tossed in a basket with lots of junky cutlery. This, however, is not junk. This, my friends, is Kongetinn from Norway, which is a pretty collectible pewter pattern featuring vikings and Norse mythology. These are also the older kind, not the more modern ones, and they should do pretty well on ebay (I will let you know). And again, cutlery is a breeze to ship!
This was a $3.99 Goodwill find. I rarely find these lamps anymore, and to the booth it will go. Oh, how I wish my booth had electricity!
Finally, what is Mad Maine without her mugs? These are the ones I found this weekend, all for $0.99 each. Which do you think will sell first?
Well, that was my little haul. I plan to take a little trip out again later today since I have some free time, and I am already excited to go out treasure hunting on a mundane Monday.