Here are some snaps from the Westview Presbyterian Spring Sale.
The Royal Wedding picture book sitting sadly in a box. I remember waking up at the crack of dawn and watching the wedding with my mom at our cottage. The bride wore white and our carpet was a purple shag.
I bought this plant stand for $2.00. I've already painted it black. I think white pots will compliment it nicely.
The smart neighbours decided to hold their street sale the same day as the church rummage sale. Perfect weather, piles of clutter everywhere.
I never liked General Public. This reminds me of preppy Leasiders for some reason.
I bought four vintage cookbooks, two sets of vintage Italian postcard sets, eggshell blue vintage egg cups, and a painted china dish. The Better Homes & Gardens Holiday Cook Book reminds me of some of the cook books my mother had around the house when I was growing up.
Close up of postcards.
The Holiday Cook Book is filled with photos of happy women preparing meals for swinging '60s people. The emphasis is on international cuisine. No one throws a good luau anymore. The man pictured above at least cold have changed out of his office clothes into something a little more casual.
Birthday cake barge.
Does anyone play Bridge anymore?
Bonus: found items inside a cookbook included ESL notes, questions about Aesop's Fables, and hand written ingredient lists
Mable Hoffman, author of Appetizers. Don't be fooled by the soft-focus smile. All of her recipes involve torturous bread folding and cutting.
Flaming Mocha-Pecan flan from the Sunset Cook Book of Desserts. Classy.
I scooped up three charming vintage children's adventure books including Treasure Island.
A throne of bargain children's books for my classroom.