September 22, 2011

My weekend finds...vintage child's apron & time telling book

I'm headed up north for a work conference and not sure how much I'll be online over the next 2 days, so I'm doubling up on posts today. Last weekend, my favorite antique vendor had an advertisement in her booth about a barn sale just a few blocks away. Never one to miss a thrifty opportunity, I stopped by. I came home with just a few goodies, but they are ever so sweet.

This child's apron is a bit tattered, but I only paid $2.

I'm completely smitten with the rose fabric.

It even has a pocket for storing treasurers.

This apron will be proudly added to my collection in my craft room.


The other $2 item that I purchased was a 1944 time-telling book.
The graphics are just divine.

I'm jealous of the 8am breakfast schedule.
That's when I'm scrambling to get Josie ready for the bus stop.

Oh how I miss nap times.

May your upcoming weekend be filled with lots of treasures!
I'll be heading to the Allegan Antique Market on Sunday!
I'll also be sharing details about my
Halloween give-away
Sunday.

XOXO


16 comments:

AshTreeCottage said...

The graphics in that vintage book are charming and the apron is too cute! Have fun!!

Hugs,
Susan and Bentley

Heather said...

I love the part, "She doesn't want her rest, but mother knows best"! If only my children would have followed that! lol!

Number 6 and no more counting! said...

sounds like a lovey way to spend a Sunday!

lea
xo

Jboo said...

Love that apron -- so sweet! Wish we were eating breakfast at 8 too!

Have a good weekend!

Janet

Cheryl G. said...

Those vintage aprons on a string are some of the cutest things I've seen!

Cindy said...

I wish I could come shopping with you! We live too far apart! Be safe traveling for your conference.
Cindy

~Lavender Dreamer~ said...

The little apron is precious! I love the way you have your aprons displayed! I need to hang mine up...but don't have a space! Love the cute book, too! I remember telling my boys...just rest, you don't have to take a nap! heehee! ♥

Lee said...

Great finds!
Hope you have time up north to check out some antique stores-have some fun! ((hugs)), Lee

Janet said...

That is such a sweet apron! I really like how you have them all displayed with the clothes pins!
Blessings,
Janet

vivian said...

sweet stuff! I've got to get out and do a little thrifting this weekend for sure!!!!! hope your conference is interesting. I always have to take a notebook and colored pencils for doodling in when I go to trainings and conferences. I just cant sit still very well!
have fun
xo
vivian

My Vintage Mending said...

Love that pinafore...the fabric is gorgeous. I need nap time now! Oh how I hit a great little estate sale today. Can't wait to show the pics. What a darling book. Have such a wonderful time at the mall...I will be thinking of you...smiles...Renee

KJ@letsgoflyakite said...

Oh great find and a steal @ $2! That apron pattern is one of my favourite children's designs. I hope the road trip goes well, it is hard being away from the little ones.

Jodee said...

Great finds! I would almost kill to eat breakfast at 8:00 a.m. (instead of 6:45 a.m.)!

Hope you have a great weekend!

Pam said...

Cute finds. The apron is very sweet. My son gets on the bus at 6:50 AM, so I would so love to just be eating breakfast at 8:00 AM too.

DearHelenHartman said...

Sigh, what charming finds. You'd never guess it but Helen is a sucker for charm. I guess we all crave what we find lacking in ourselves - which is why I LOVE your blog, girl. It's always such a lovely visit.

Joni said...

While I am a new follower, I simply love your works of heart!! Such inspiration and ideas... So glad I found your blog. And I do love the book and the graphics, too cute. Thanks for sharing your goodies...
Joni