November 15, 2013

Thanksgiving blow molds

Yes. There are blow molds for every holiday. 
 Two years ago, these came home with me from Goodwill and when I last checked ebay, they are actually worth some money. Woo hoo!
 The complete collection includes an Indian and a turkey.
 Another thing to add to the estate sale shopping list!
Yes.  I’m thankful for thrift stores and estate sales who make vintage shopping fun. 
Bring on the weekend!
 

23 comments:

GardenOfDaisies said...

Every holiday is fun at your house, Kim!

Jill said...

That is something really neat, I've never seem Thanksgiving blow molds!

Lynn@Happier Than a Pig in Mud said...

The blow molds are neat Kim! Lovin' Josie's sweater too. Happy Weekend:@)

KJ@letsgoflyakite said...

Those blowmolds are delightful! I am glad you found them! The cabin in the last shot is very cute. Have a crafty weekend!

Lynne said...

Happy Estate Sale Weekend Kim! Looking forward to seeing more treasures . . .

Margaret said...

I have seen different pilgrim blow molds from them; i never saw the ones you have! So cool! If i ever find another turkey, it's yours.

vivian said...

I am loving that turkey in the last picture! I love thanksgiving.. but I really just want to decorate for christmas! lol!
Bethanys having Torrys birthday party tomorrow and other then that I plan on staying home, playing christmas music and crafting!
have a great weekend.
xoxo

Corey Moortgat said...

Again, you're amazing me with all your Thanksgiving decorations- who knew there were so many things you could do for this "in-between" holiday! You must have so much storage in your house to hold all your holiday décor. And, I know I've said it before, but how lucky your kids are to have all these memories of their childhood home!!

Perfectly Printed said...

Wow! Pretty darn cute!!! I've never seen these before! What a lucky find! Love Josie's "Fall" sweater!

Nellie said...

Always something on that list! Isn't it great to have a Friday? xo Nellie

La Vie Quotidienne said...

They look so cute on the porch with all of the corn stalks and of course Josie adds to the adorableness factor!

vintage grey said...

Those are so neat and a great find! Happy weekend to you! xo Heather

Jboo said...

So cute! Josie is looking so adorable -- she is getting way too tall -- tell her to slow down already! :)

Have a fun weekend!

Sandy McClay said...

I cringe to think of how many of these over the last 20 years I have walked by in a thrift store! We used to have a wonderful craft store were in AZ that had every kind of blow mold you could think of for every holiday!
I had a bunch and just gave them to Goodwill myself all those years ago...Dumb!

NanaDiana said...

Those are fun, Kim. I have never seen Thanksgiving blow molds before. Josie is SO dear! xo Diana

~Damita's Pretty Wrap~ said...

Those are fun, what a great find! Have a wonderful weekend!! :) Holly

Pam Kessler said...

I had forgotten about your pilgrims!!! They are very festive. And Josie looks prettty festive herself in that sweater. Very cute. BTW, I think we're having a blow mold shortage here in Ohio, because I haven't found one in quite a while!

Debby said...

Wow, what a find in those pilgrims. Those are cute. So is Josie . She is really getting taller.

~Lavender Dreamer~ said...

I didn't realize they were so big. How neat! And look how cute Josie looks with her pretty sweater and jeans! Happy weekend!

Barbara said...

I have never, ever seen Thanksgiving blowmolds! They are just great!

Jodee said...

Hooray for Thanksgiving! Josie looks sooo cute!

Hope you have a great weekend!

Cheryl G. said...

You find the best stuff!
Miss Josie is looking so tall!

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