Saturday, 9 August 2008

MORE RAIN, MORE FINDS

We started the day with a cup of proper coffee before we
went to two local car boot sales where we found some
really cool stuff and then we went home to eat scrambled
eggs and freshly baked bread.
We were supposed to go to a car show today to buy cool
custom parts for our modern hot rod and I had planned
to sell my new hair-flowers and bags and then attend the
Luau in the evening but it started to rain so we decided to
stay home.
My man is out to get some ice cream and then we gonna
spend the evening watching the Godfather trilogy.


Round wicker handbag, £0.10.

Handbag with lucite handle, £0.20.

Shot glasses, £1.

Flamingo ornament, £0.25.

Car blankets £1.50/each.

Do I really need to add that it's all vintage?

11 comments:

Linn Ekholm said...

hi! it´s all really nice, but when I saw the white handbag, I must say my heart jumped! Craving!! /Linn

Little Rascal said...

Aaaww, thanks doll. :)
Nice to see another gal from Varmland with style. :D

Lou said...

I definitely love the flamingos! And this blog!

Mrs Munster said...

Well, all the stuff looks great, especially the flamingoes. I'm off to car boot tomorrow morning, if the weather is good. Hope I'll find great things cheap.

Super Kawaii Mama said...

I am feeling a mixture of happiness and jealousy with all this vintage goodness. What finds.

Little Rascal said...

Lou: Thank you very much! :D

Mrs Munster: Thanks sweetie. :)
Good luck at the car boot sale!

Super Kawaii Mama: Thank you ever so much.
I like your blog, it really cheers me up.

Betty Lou said...

så mycket fint!

Zizzi said...

Love it! Love it! Love it!

Miriam Parkman said...

The first bag is wonderful! Imagine it with a red and white checked dress on in the grass with a blanket and some scones with jam and whipped cream for picnic. Mmm!
(Is it possible to have a small blanket and some food in the bag?)

Little Rascal said...

Betty Lou: Thanks doll! :D

Zizzi: Thank you darling. :)

Miriam Parkman: The fabric inside is red gingham, it's too wonderful for words.
It's actually a kids picnic bag so it's not big at all, I use it as a handbag.
It's big enough for a camera, sunglasses, a cardigan, makeup and a pocket book.

Peter V. said...

Hi,
did you already sell the beautiful carblankets? I'm very interested in those old colorful blankets from the 50s :-)
thanks and bst regards,
Peter