Saturday, September 17, 2011

Junk Bonanza - Part 1 ..........

Oh my goodness...

Junk Bonanza was great again this year and lucky me, I scored some great finds.  One of which is something I had been waiting to find for a long, long time.. 

I'm going to torture you and make you wait to see what that is though as I have so many things to show you that I think I'll have to split my awesome finds up into two posts.

I had been saving my money up for this event for some time and had a set amount of money I knew that I would be able to spend.  These are just some of the great things I scored..

Beautiful lace altered bottles..

Some vintage spools and a clothespin wrapped with pretty lace trims to use in my craft projects, or maybe to keep just as is for display because they are so pretty..

A bag of old keys..

A pretty vintage floral pill box...

A bunch of Bingo cards to use in my craft projects.  A great bargain at just 25 cents each..

And the metal basket holding them was another item I purchased.

And if you're liking the pretty papers I used for a backdrop, those are some of my new scrapbook papers I recently purchased at Archivers.  The gorgeous rose pattern paper is from one of the "Lost & Found" collections and the green polka dotted paper is from Cosmo Cricket.  

Well, that's it for part 1 of my Junk Bonanza finds.  Stay tuned for part 2 to come soon..


Tablescapes By Diane said...

Hi lovely lady.
I was looking it my sidebar and you had a new post. I love coming over to see all your new Treasures!!!! I love your Vintage and shabby so sweet. I do miss your comments on my Tablescapes. Im one of your old follower. I hope you have a great weekend.
XXOO Diane

Neabear said...

Such pretty items you found! I wonder what you are going to do with the bingo cards. I noticed the spools pictured in your side bar. Did you make those too? Those are so pretty!



Hi Kim,
I went too and found a few goodies that I'll show soon. Had a bad week here so the JB was a nice day.
Pretty bottles and lace.

Sarita Boyette said...

I love your new goodies! Isn't it amazing what a little vintage retail therapy can do for you?

Holly- Cutie Pie Cottage said...

I'm so glad you got to go, Kim! Those bottles sure are pretty and creative! ♥

A Shabby Moment in Time said...

Great scores!And I would definitely keep those vintage papers tied with the string. How pretty they'd look in a vignette.
Blessings & hugs,

Lisa Sommers said...

So fun to see my little vintage trim spools you purchased from me!! I love all of your purchased you pictured!