Here are my finds.
The floral fabric is actually vintage barkcloth curtains that will be hung in my craft room. I bought the two sewing patterns because I don't have any of hats and I thought the ice skating outfit was quite unique and would be great for a Christmas display.
But then I opened the box and saw these two cuties and I didn't even care what the rest of the cards looked like!
This sweet planter will be used in next year's Easter Parade.
I bought this chippy wooden bench for our entryway, but it may end up on the front landing. It would look great with pumpkins and mums for fall. (Yes, I still have boxes all over the house that we have not unpacked, along with furniture just piled up.)
These photos were taken in my garage, so they aren't the greatest, but I had to show off this fabulous pulley I bought. I think we'll hang a light fixture from it in the kitchen. (I bought another, smaller pulley and the hook shown here at another sale last weekend.)
I don't have any idea what the original use for this piece was - the bottom is completely open. It is going to be a funky light fixture in the new kitchen area. The hook on top is perfect!
I also bought a great, very tall wooden ladder that we will lean on the tallest living room wall once that room is painted. I bought a small chippy luggage rack from one dealer, and then found the perfect tray to top it from another. It now sits in the downstairs bath to hold magazines and what-nots.
And finally, Husband HAD to stop at the apple kool-aid store, which happens to be right next to Anthropology. These cuties were calling my name as soon as I walked in the door. I can't wait until our kitchen is updated so I can display them.
We had a full weekend and have plans for another one this week. Hopefully I'll be able to share some pics of the house renovation soon.