It was however a case of quantity over quality and I am being a bit choosy recently in my buys as I am trying to declutter to get our house ready to put up for sale. Looking around me at the moment that may be a few
So here is the couple of bits I did bring home:
Floral vintage tin - 50p
Vintage musical vanity jar. The seller tried to tell me this was a keepsake jar so I agreed to humour him but with a removable liner I'm almost certain this little beauty is for powder.
Let me know if I'm wrong.
But for £1 who cares just as long as its pretty :o)
And now for a couple of bits I really didn't need....more pomanders!!
Royal wedding pomander for our lizzie and phil ;o)
These reminded me of floral cupcake so they were hard to resist.
But they are so pretty and I have managed to refill and re-use/re home my last lot so these will be given a new lease of life too and at 20p it would have been rude to have left them on the stall.
And last but certainly not least....
A bit of Elvis! This Magazine was £1 and full of some beautiful pictures of the king :o)
Now its that time for:
Witnessed at a Boot Sale:
Supermarket shopping trolley for sale with price tag of £5.
Two ladies laughing and mocking a jewellery box in the shape of a satin bed on a stall. The poor seller looked embarrassed but tried to laugh along with them.
Man: "How much for the tin whistle mate?"
Seller: "£1 for that, never got round to giving it a go"
Man: " Is it quite loud?"
Seller: "Yeah I think so"
Man: "Good I'll buy it for my grand kids to piss my daughter in law off, miserable cow"
An Elderly Chinese couple sat in two chairs behind a stall. In broken English the elderly man asked "how much" to which the seller replied "Sorry they are not for sale, they are what we bought to sit on", this went way over the elderly mans head and they both remained sitting in the chairs (maybe in silent protest...).
Hope you all are having a fabulous Monday. Roll on the bank hol weekend!!