Tuesday, May 11, 2010

Fun Vintage Finds for Rednesday!

I can’t believe a whole week has gone by already!!!! Here are a few more goodies I bought while up in Wisconsin:



As you can see on the sticker, this was 49 cents and in perfect shape! A little thrift store with great prices!


The sifter was a dollar, the scoop 29 cents! I was in Nirvana!!!! LOL


Sweet little salt and pepper shakers that are red tulips!


I got these at a neighborhood thrift sale…in perfect shape! $2.00 !


This was my favorite find…I found one set but one of the lids was cracked, and then we went to another little town and I found the same set in perfect shape….these are Hazel Atlas glass.


A sweet little tablecloth full of fun vintage fruit…$5.00!




Thanks for stopping by!!!!!! Please check out everyone else’s fun red posts at It’s A Very Cherry World. Sue does a great job with this every week!!! Take care!


Angela said...

Wonderful, just wonderful!!

Ann said...

Yep, I would be in Nirvana too if I had found all those wonderful kitchen treasures!! Congratulations on such great finds.
The Tattered Tassel

Grannys Attic said...

Love everything! You got some great deals. Blessings, Vicky

CACHANILLA73 said...

Oh wow... I love your findings...specially that jar set, I can see red and green salsa on them. ;)

Donna said...

Oh my! What wonderful finds. Love your blog. I'm signing up to follow you.


Bearly Sane said...

You sure had some great finds there Sandy...I love the the jam set (well I assume it's for putting jam in).

Warmest Hugs,
Sandi @ Bearly Sane

Anonymous said...

Oh Sandy! The table cloth is my fav but I want a sifter like that, too! My mom had one and I loved using it when I was a little girl. ♥

Debbie-Dabble Blog and A Debbie-Dabble Christmas said...

I am loving all of your Red treasures today!!
I especially adore that flour sifter and that sweet vintage tablecloth is to die for!!

Sheila said...

Sweet finds.. Makes me not want to paint my kitchen as it is yellow.. I use to have the black and white checked floor, yellow walls and red decor similar to stuff you show here. Retro.. and Wonderful.... Sheila

Robin@DecoratingTennisGirl said...

That flour sifter is great! I remember using my Granny's sifter like that :)

Debbiedoos said...

You have such a cute fun blog, I just love it. THose vintage finds are adorable, I especially loved the fruit vintage linens, I would love to score some of those! Have a great day, I am following now, hope to see you again over at my place.

ImagiMeri said...

Hey Girlfriend,

Nice load there. Don't forget to visit my blog.....you're in it!

Love ya'

Angela said...

Such beautiful reds shared. I have the same sifter!

barncat (Lisa) said...

Some of the best red finds I've ever seen! I can never resist an old tablecloth, but the tulip salt and pepper shakers and the (condiment?) set, fabulous! Wisconsin was good to you!

craftyles said...

Great reds. I love the Hazel Atlas-I have a salt and pepper that is similar. The tulip shakers are really great! Keep it up.Can't wait to get my decal!

Unknown said...

Sandy, This post and your last are just wonderful! I felt thrilled for you with each new discovery and great price! What fun things to add to your collection! Have a great week! E

Hearts Turned said...

Gorgeous stuff, Sandy! Love all those sweet vintage finds! Thanks for sharing them!

Sherrie said...

I am drooling. You must have seen my kitchen posted several times for Rednesday. All those things would look fabulous! Thank you for sharing.

Ann said...

You really got some special buys. The salt and pepper shakers are really unique. Love your linens.

★Carol★ said...

The next time we go to Wisconsin, I'm stopping at every single thrift store and antique store I see along the way! What amazing finds Sandy, and you know that I would have bought every single one of those things too. That tablecloth looks like it's in perfect condition, but my favorite is that little jar with the toothpicks!
Happy REDnesday!

Denise Marie said...

love it all!! It is so fun to look around when you are on vaca or in a new area!!

Sally Annie Magundy said...

Oh gosh, what a lot of great stuff! I especially love the condiment set, so darling!

Happy Rednesday,


Anonymous said...

Hi Sandy,
wow! Did you hit the jackpot or what?! I especially like the red napkin holder and the vintage tablecloth. And the prices are sooo low. Man, I know that was some fun shopping. Happy REDnesday~

Unknown said...

Our thrift stores don't have great finds like these. I have to get out more.

SueLovesCherries said...

Boy, Sandy, I guess you were in Nirvana! You can't beat the prices on these babies! Or the books in your last post - those illustrations are beautiful!

Joy @ Joy Of Desserts said...

Happy Rednesday. Such nice finds. The Hazel Atlas glass set is in such fine condition, and the spoons aren't even missing.

Susan Freeman said...

Love all your reds Sandy!

Susan and Bentley

M.L. @ The House of Whimsy said...

Hi Sandy,
I'm trying to play catch-up in Blogland today. I just left Meri's and saw the cute pics of you helping with the wedding decorations. : ) They're looking great!!!!
I loved looking at all the treasures you brought back from Wisconsin. Great story behind the Hazel Atlas Glass!!
And I also loooooved your Post about the special women in your life, including the wonderful photos. Thank you for sharing them with us.
Take care, Sandy.
Mary Lou

❀~Myrna~❀ said...

Wonderful reds ! I love the red handled sifter & the tablecloth is beautiful !

Lenore said...

Hi Sandy...just read your comment on my mosaic tutorial and thought I would stop by. I am REALLY into genealogy and would love to see what you are doing with your genealogy.
Feel free to e-mail me.....we don't live TOO far apart.

Pink Roses and Teacups said...

Hi there Sandy!

Wow, you got some great things! Really cute!!


Sweet Bee Cottage said...

Wow! You did great! Such fantastic finds.

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Scrap for Joy said...

Hi Sweetie~
I have 2 questions for you...
Is there ANYTHING left in Wisconsin? (You got some awesome stuff!!)
Did you have to leave your clothes behind?
Wow-We never find things as nice as these around these parts! You really hit the Motherlode!

vivian said...

Hi Sandy, wow! you found the sweetest things! I really need to make it a mission to get out hunting more often! I did buy an old mirror yesterday for a buck. Thats a good start huh??
Hope youre having a great weekend.. I played yesterday, so today, I need to work outside!
happy sunday!

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