...antique Minton. This one set me back $2.99 but it sells online for $275.00!
The fact that it not only survived without any chips, but ended up in a Goodwill in Ralston, Nebraska is nothing short of incredible.
Let's pause for a butterfly break. We saw both of these at Wherespan lake on Friday. It was a beautiful day.
Vintage peasant skirt-Goodwill
Vintage Ultrasuede jacket (part of a suit)-Goodwill
Vintage Mexican tooled leather handbag-New Life Thrift
Tooled Leather belt-Goodwill
Cowboy boots-K Mart
Cuff bracelet-Thrift World
Vintage shell earrings-Hand-Me-Ups
Silver Sara Coventry bracelet-Thrift World
Butterfly wing bracelet-New Life Thrift
Vintage celluloid covered wagon brooch-Etsy
Fragrance-L.T. Piver Floramye (80's version)
I am closer to my State Fair outfit. I have a bid on a vintage hat. If I win the auction, I'll wear my red square dancing skirt and white peasant blouse as the hat's such a show-stopper I wouldn't want to upstage it with a dress. I'll know by next week, otherwise I'll work with the hats I already have. There's nine days between Danny's drop-off and my drop-off with the pies, so I'll have a bit more time getting myself pulled together. I made the mistake of Googling images of decorative pie crusts. Talk about intimidating! I'm not doing that again.
I do wonder at the mind that dreamed this up, and executed it so perfectly. I'm going to go with something a bit less elaborate.
Well...maybe just a bit less elaborate.
Hope you're having a nice weekend.