My Little Thrift Store
My dream is to one day be able to make selling vintage my full-time job. I've always dreamed of opening a little thrift store, and hopefully after my kids get out of college, I'll be able to. For now, I hope you'll stop by my little thrift store. Here on tumblr.

It’s time for summer with these awesome Print Block letter stamps. They would have been used by a small business to stamp signage or flyers. 

They could easily be used today, or for your craft project. You can buy it or other items here

Here is a list of the stamps included:
- (Upper Case) A, B, C, D, E, G, H, L, N, P, Q, R, S, W, X, Z
- (Lower Case) b, c, g, h, j, k, l, m, n, o, p, q, r, s, u, v, w, x, y, Z
- (Symbols) Exclamation Point, Question Mark

Thursday, May 31, 2012

If you’ve never been to Hawaii, or have and didn’t purchase anything now is your chance. This 1950’s Ken Haag Art tin tray is a great piece for anyone that appreciates Hawaii and enjoys their scenery. With this piece’s bright colors it will liven up any boring room. This and other pieces can be located here 

To My Followers

    Just letting my followers know that if you have been thinking about buying one of my items now would be the time. Yesterday I sold two items so I am now 12 dollars away from making a thousand dollars this month, which is a huge deal for me. Making a thousand dollars would just show that I was that much closer to my goal of owning a thrift store full time, not just on Etsy. So please if you have been considering buying an item of mine do it now. You can purchase my items here

Thursday, May 24, 2012

Forget your iPod. These have it all!

I don’t know if these were ever even used. In remarkable condition with original box.
My favorite part are the box graphics. The guy playing football with them on… gardening with them on… and on the back… this guy must have the biggest head ever, because the headphones look so small on him. Trust me, these aren’t small - can you say Princess Leia? These Vintage Music Muffs were made in the 1970’s and the box is included. You can find these groovy headphones here

Wednesday, May 23, 2012

Are you looking to spy on your friends with a vintage camera? Yeah I didn’t think so, but if you wanted to take pictures of your friends than this camera would work even if you can’t “spy” on them. This is a Minolta model 16 P that is relatively small for its time. You can admire it and others like it here

Tuesday, May 22, 2012

This is a set of Marx Disneykins Instant Collection(2) made in Hong Kong in the 1960’s. It includes Peter Pan, Thumper, Pecos Bill, Donald Duck, Brer Rabbit, and Joe Carioca( from the three caballeros). You can purchase the set here

Monday, May 21, 2012

I kept these for a very long time before deciding this wasn’t quite my style but it is still a wonderful set of 10 plates, 8 cups, and 8 saucers. This is a very rare set of fine china, made by Spode Copeland in 1936. Although you will find many varieties of Herring’s “The Hunt” pattern, the fall acorn is by far the most rare. Each setting has its own scene based on Herring’s original drawings. Each cup, saucer and plate are a matched set, with eight different scenes in all. It is in great condition for being 76 years old. You can look at this and other items here

This beautiful folding camera is one of the few of this type that Spartus manufactured. Spartus cameras were made from the 1930s to the 1960s in Chicago, Illinois. It looks like it is in great condition even though the instructions have yellowed with age. It is located here

Sunday, May 20, 2012

This Kodak Camera is a wonderful example of the Rainbow Series of box cameras put out in the late 1920’s/ early 1930’s. It is in working condition with only minor scuffing. You can purchase this item and look at other items in my shop here

I just came across your blog--wow! I love thriftiness and antiquing, and this is already like heaven for me. Keep up the good work--I'll be sure to keep looking for awesome items!

First of all let me say I am sorry it took me so long to answer, I’ve had family visiting so I haven’t had very much time on the computer so I missed your message. Second thank you so much, and I am so glad you found my blog and liked it. I’m going to start posting more often on Tumblr, but I always add things on my Etsy shop before putting them on tumblr so that gets updated more often

 
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