Monthly Archives: July 2010

Worldly Finds.

I got these two globes at the same yard sale last weekend. I have decided that the globes with the black backgrounds are my new favorite. (As Justin said, “Pretty soon, that’s what he oceans are going to look like, right?’ Ah, dark ecological humor.) The one on the right is HUGE — about three […]

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More Random Finds.

(You’re getting a small glimpse of what my apartment looks like right now with every post I’m making of recent finds! People, it’s a mess!) The little horse and cow are so freaking cute. I can’t decide whether to keep them for the nursery or sell them at the Bazaar. The thing is, I’ve got […]

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The mystery of the plastic baggie gets me again.

I’ve discussed how the thrift stores’ practice of putting random assortments of items in a baggie fascinates me. You might find a pair of vintage glass doorknobs in a baggie with a mini wire whisk, a Plug In fragrance thingy, and a lamp harp (true story). You really want those vintage doorknobs but you gotta […]

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Recent Purchases.

I bounce back and forth between thinking I have nothing of worth for the Vintage Bazaar and thinking I have way too much. I have a bad feeling I’m not going to be able to fit half the things I bring into my booth. I wonder how long it takes before you know instinctively how […]

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My subconscious at work.

I was wandering around a yard sale on Friday when I saw a mini-coat rack — and I thought to myself, I wanted one of those. What did I want one of those for? It seemed like it had something to do with the Vintage Bazaar but I just couldn’t remember what. Since it was […]

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