I went to an estate sale on a hot Saturday only to come home to a broken air conditioner. Great. Anyway, the sale was nice and had a lot, but I came home with mostly books.
Would you believe I had this same set of flash cards when I was a kid? Nothing like math memories, right?
The few non-book items were paper doilies for crafts and two boxes of new colored pencils at 25 cents each. I can deal with that.
Are you familiar with the old McCall's needlework magazines? My mother had a bunch of these from the 60s and 70s that, yes, we unloaded years ago. My sister and I have picked some up at sales and antique stores. These are the first ones I've come across in years. I'll show some of the inner highlights in future posts.
This was a thrift store purchase recently, but I'm throwing it in anyway. Cute vintage planter.
Did you see the two Snoopy books in the first photo? They are very cute. I'm surprised they were still at the sale as I went on the second day.
My daughter thought these looked neat, and she was right. They are old Oster holiday craft and cooking booklets.
The 60s era artwork is fab!
Thanks for looking! Have a good one!