Monthly archives: September, 2016

Vintage Junk Treasures #15

Welcome to another edition of Vintage Junk Treasures. This is where I get to show you what goodies or junk I have found at garage sales, estate sales and thrift stores. Most of these things will be going to one of the booths this weekend. It was fun finding things that will work well for fall decorating. Read More Here…


My Favorite Fall Chalk Paint Color

It  is no secret that fall or autumn is my very favorite season. The golds, reds, yellows, oranges and greens are gorgeous. I wanted to paint some wooden pieces to decorate my booths and needed a color that would complement fall colors. Rustoleum Chalked Paint is my favorite chalk paint and I saw they had Crimson. Wow! This is my Read More Here…


Vintage Junk Treasures #14

Today I am sharing Vintage Junk Treasures #14. I have only bought a few junk treasures lately as I am still organizing my “new container” that houses part of Deanie’s Stash. Hopefully I will share the inside soon. Right now it is getting organized and sections labeled. Mr. Deanie and I went to an estate sale on the weekend. Unfortunately Read More Here…


The Mystery of the Pink Nancy Drew Book

The Mystery of the Pink Nancy Drew Book or what I learned in my research on Nancy Drew. Most young girls read a Nancy Drew book in their youth or devour every one they can find. I was the one who read every Nancy Drew book I could get my hands on. In my mind,  I was Read More Here…


My Favorite New Tool and Camp Stool Makeovers

Vintage camp stools are something that I am always wanting to buy. I have been hoarding saving them for makeovers. I knew that I would need a staple gun and my electric one is just a dud. What good is an electric stapler if you have to hammer every staple in after you put it in place.  So Read More Here…


Great 1934 Montgomery Ward Catalog Finds

I recently found a 1934 Montgomery Ward Spring and Summer catalog and shared the fabric illustrations here. Today I want to share some fun finds from the Wards catalog. I realized when looking through this catalog that a lot of the items I like and sell are from this era. So here is some 1934 Read More Here…