Tuesday, August 27, 2013

Bring on the Farm House Yard Sale!


I went to an advertised yard sale that ended up being an old barn sale.  Everything in it looked like 1950's farm house.  If I had room for all the amazing furniture, I would have bought it...it was priced under $50.  AMAZING.  This is what I did get:


1950's TV tray 25 cents

Blue Ball Jars $2 each

I have NEVER seen milk glass S&P with pink lids!  $4


Fisher Price School House $5


Currier and Ives trays 25 cents each



You can't see the whole thing in this pic, but it's and antique coat rack from a Barber shop. $3


These are items I found at 3 different sales:



A collection of cooking booklets $2

A Complete Fisher Price Barn $5


Currier and Ives Pan $1


My husband found this on our trip to Port Townsend for $2

Here is what I did for my Fall decorating with some of my items:


I displayed the fridge open in the corner of my kitchen counter

The school house is on the fridge

My favorite "back to school" Fall decoration is the Reader from the 1800's.

Happy Almost Fall!
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Ranae T said...

Such neat stuff! I remember playing with the same Fisher Price toys as a young girl with my brother and sister! I have yet to see a barn sale around these parts and I don't think I will. Such fun!


ThrifterSisters said...

Those salt and pepper shakers are PERFECT! There is no way I would have left them behind.

Love your back to school decorations :-)


Jill said...

Love your display!!

It is so hot and humid here, not even thinking of fall!!

Melissa said...

That barn sale sounds like the stuff dreams are made of! Love the milk glass salt and pepper shakers and the tv tray.
Your display is so well put together! I'm so excited for fall!!!!

The Cottage Market {Andrea} ♥ said...

Awesome finds and I ADORE the scale!!! Hugs...TFS!

Night Garden Design said...

You totally scored on the vintage Fisher-Price toys! Even the thrift stores in our area are charging big bucks for those lately.

Holly- Cutie Pie Cottage said...

Ooo! Pink lids! :)