My whole house will probably be dog themed one day. I just love dog stuff! I love that colorful dog with the weird teeth. The one of the top left is from 1910! Check out what it says...
I couldn't resist this little bottle opener! This house had a great bar in the basement with all kinds of cute bar wear.
I got this little autograph animal with blinky eyes! I need to think of something cool to do with vintage stuffed animals. I have a few and I want to display them. I guess I could set up my guest room and put them on the bed.
I picked up these health magazines just because I liked the covers. The one with the horse on the cover pulled me in with the blurb "Ringworm Rampage!" Ahhh!
Cute tins like that one are so great for storing your Christmas goodies! Here are some of my recent vintage Christmas finds. And Scampi's foot. She would NOT leave me alone!
From this weekend, a deer with broken antlers, some cardboard bells, little plastic nativity (I can't resist them!) and a Christmas brooch with little pine cones.
I bought these little booties hoping they would fit Phyllis. Not even close! I was so bummed! She just kicked them right off. The were for a toy poodle originally.
Travis actually got something at the sale. The razor in the back he has had for a long time, he actually uses it to shave. The one in the front is a travel one! It comes apart and fits in a little case!
Ok, here I am again, buying baby clothes for a baby that might never be. Haha, I just can't resist! These clothes are from 1956-1960. Most of them were 50 cents!