We took a peek into the local estate sale and while I was looking to fall in love with a shelf, I came home with these treasures instead.
These paper dolls are about 8 inches (20 cm) tall and have a thick cardboard backing, very sturdy. Great baby name ideas, by the way.
Who can pass up vintage Valentine’s, especially one with a devil (I mean Imp) on it?
These large paper dolls are 17 inches (46 cm) tall and very flimsy. They have a equally flimsy cardboard prop-’er-upper piece on the back, I’m going to have to do some repair work to get them to actually stand up. Once again, love the names.
This was an impulse buy, I walked by and snatched it up without thinking twice. I’m awfully thankful I did, it looks great in the kitchen.
A few little birdies, after minor repairs have joined the Easter parade.
Are these letters- V’s or unfinished A’s? Anyone got a clue? I don’t have any V’s or A’s in my troop, but I couldn’t help myself anyway. There are other uses, such as making them into pillows and confusing visitors or a close up picture for your blog header or both.
Aw… I’m such a sucker for pedestal dishes and bright colors.
The kids had a good time puzzling out the bag of paper Christmas train pieces with lots of ‘put tab A into tab B’ instructions.
Love the illustrations.