Saturday, March 24, 2012

Good Finds with Minimal money spent

Ooops, forgot to add these two top photos. Random two old magazines I got.
Some cool glass 7up and diet slice glasses from 75,76 and 77.

A couple of these may be repeats at first, the ones below are new ones I got over the past few days.
An old notebook that hasn't been used

Cool peanut thermo mugs.
Cool clock deal.
I don't think I've posted this one before. This is a really neat old nut container. Not sure how old or if it was made to look old, but the guy I bought it from said it was old - so, who knows. It was from a garage sale for $2 I think. I've had it for at least 6 months.
I will repaint this shelf but it will be super cute on the wall with some things displayed on it.
I got this for .50 cents yesterday to go with my small coca-cola section...
I got this because I have a big red, old gumball machine and I thought this smaller (newer) one would look really cute next to the big one. It was $2.
Two vintage (well this one is 92' but worth $20 because it is crayola) tin cans...

Good finds without spending too much money these days! But I figure I spend about the money on good deals that the regular American spends on coffee. :) So its a win win for me and I get to enjoy my treasures for years to come. What do those drinking coffee enjoy? But a moment of satisfaction and an addiction necessary to now remain headache free and to stay awake for the day. :)


  1. Hi, Karissa. I worry about the "h" word a lot. Thanks for visiting my vintage blog.

    1. yes indeed the "h" word. Well since I plan to be owning a house soon I'll know if that will become a problem. I think I'll be fine!