Sunday, December 4, 2011

Weekly Thrift Feed: Kermit Edition



(Kermit sings to a camel from Jerusalem)

This is going to rank up there with one of my favorite finds of 2011: Kermit! It's an original stuffed frog from 1976. By the way, have you seen the new Muppets Movie? We saw it on Black Friday and I highly recommend it if you are a vintage Muppets fanatic. Ah, the memories this film brought back...!


I have always loved vintage handmade items and this polyester patchwork puppy is no exception! He joins my other vintage Christmas pillows on the ugly hand-me-down couch (someday I will replace it. Sigh.)
Unfinished wooden Yule tree. I have grand plans for it...but you all have heard about my life and its busy-ness, so we'll see if I get to it this year.


Three small boxes of Shiny Brights. I am not telling the price because you all would be jealous. :)




A couple of cheapo animal story books. I love the pictures and plan to share them with you this week for Corey Moortgat's Lil' Vintage Story Books link party. She is a fabulous paper artist and I love her blog. I have a lot of vintage story books and have wanted to participate for some time. Here's my chance!




The other vintage story book. I probably had these as a youth as I loved anything animals (still do).



OK, just a glance of my weekly (or close to it) thrift feed. Sharing my vintage treasures at Her Library Adventures and possibly others (TBA).



Oh, and I have news! I sold my first item on my Etsy site: Flea Circus Star!

4 comments:

Amanda said...

Cool finds! I especially love the dog pillow! Anything patchwork is my favorite :)

Amanda
already-loved.blogspot.com

daisy said...

wow, i love all these things! kermit, oh yes! i am dying to see the new muppet movie. the xmas decs are very fab, and that patchwork dog also. i came here via her library adventures.

Tammy at Tammy Loves Dishes said...

Kermit is a great find! Oh, he's just so cute. And love the Shiny Brites, too!

Rae said...

i love that dog pillow! and the shiney brites. i have WAY to many of those to fit on my tree because i feel like i have to pick them up whenever i see them for cheap.