The sale was in a typically small old house and it was probably the most crowded sale I've yet to encounter. I got there about 10 minutes after opening and there was no line--they just let everyone in. It was nice to not have to wait out in the snow but golly, this was one house where it might have been in everyone's best interest to only let a certain number go in at a time. There were places in the house that were literally shoulder-to-shoulder, and I think the Fire Marshal would have shut us down if he'd seen. It was so dark and crowded so it was really challenging to shop. I found a few things but they need ironing before I can photograph, so I'll have to share those another week.
This week's finds were from another estate sale from a few weeks back.
When will I stop buying old canning jars? Apparently the answer to that is never. I am going to have to get a grip on that little obsession. Also a cute Shawnee yellow flowerpot, which although I have two other yellow vintage flowerpots, I do not feel one bit guilty for buying.
Because I'm Mad for Plaid, I couldn't pass up these little jelly jars with plaid lids. They came filled with flower seeds, and I think when it gets a bit warmer, I'm going to go dump them outside and cross my fingers. Maybe I'll be surprised!
Did you find any goodies this weekend? I'm linking to Thrift Share Monday over at Apron Thrift Girl!