Less than three weeks away, you still have time to order for Valentine’s Day:
Among the hundreds of other stickers available, here are the Christmas stickers readily available for your Christmas cards, gifting, present decorations, etc….
There are still young girls out there that might want to play with, have, cherish, save, appreciate, those dolls we had not that long ago. Whether it’s Barbie, Madame Alexander, Cher, Strawberry Shortcake… I may just have the doll you loved the most that you may want to pass on. Click here for all listings:
Head on over to Etsy or Amazon to find the following to decorate your tree or to give as a gift this year. If you have trouble finding a specific listing, just comment or message me and I’ll get back to you!
I just happened to remember that the local Hospice Thrift Store’s Annual Christmas Sale should be starting soon and so I called the store. It was that day. Darn it, I was about an hour late from the opening. But when I arrived, there really weren’t that many people there. Maybe I really was late, or everyone else didn’t remember either. Plus it was earlier than previous years. But then again, I didn’t find as much as I usually do. I did think they had raised their prices, but maybe I had lowered the amount I was willing to pay. There weren’t as many $1 ornaments as I had found in the past, but the early birds may have found them before I did.
I did find several cut-out fabric crafts at $1-$3 each. A vintage plush Santa handmade in Columbia for Favorite Things in Carmel Valley, CA. Hallmark Salt & Pepper Shakers. A Villeroy & Boch large Christmas Charger or Platter. A German Smoker for $6. Two Starbucks mugs at $2 each. A Goebel ornament, a Dakin Angel ornament from 1984, and two wooden girl ornaments. Plus a nice Santa in his sleigh with a red reindeer. In total I spent around $50. Potential Gain $250.
I should have started at the last sale where I found the Coach Beatrice Sunglasses the Ellington Satchel and the Urban Expressions Black Crossbody all for $12. The lady said she had had a lot more, but they all sold earlier. Darnit.
But moving backwards, at the first I found a pile of clothing for myself, Coach Umbrella and Fossil and Red by Marc Ecko bag, all for $30.
The only other two sales included a vintage wooden painted box from Rdo Termas de Rio Hondo in Argentina that looks like a vintage German box for $1 and a Disney Store Minnie Mouse that was free.
$33 spent. Potential $225 gain.