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February 19, 2012


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Maria (Magia Mia)

The nice thing about free will is that we can break our own rules anytime we want to......as long as it isn't hazardous....:)

Into Vintage

I looked through the estate sale addiction handbook and it says you're doing everything right. Your purchases were either functional, unique or for re-sale. I saw no miscellaneous accumulation in there.

Well, except for the vintage tablecloth but everyone knows those don't count.

laurie mapgie ethel

12 hours and then you were sucked in again huh..such a tremendous pull those sales have for us bitten by the estate sale bug. Great repurposing of the plastic tray...I would have never thought of that and there is nothing better than a well organized drawer!


I have done this for so long it is sad to say. I now moved on to handing them down to my kids. Younger son uses them to store his fly fishing equipment and spools. Who ever invented plastic....oh man! Love all your cleaning and organizing. It is such an inspiration...smiles...Renee

Carol @ Old Glory Cottage

As someone who says on a regular basis that I don't want any more junk, rest assured that I didn't believe that statement for a second!

I don't think I've ever seen a covered pie plate before. And knowing that there's a matching tablecloth.....you've just made me insanely impatient for flea market season to start!


I have the same sewing box, but mine is avocado green. It is pretty hideous, and it's chipped and taped, but it was my great-grandmother's box and because it has sentimental value, I use it and I'm fond of it. :) It does have very good interior organizers! Mine still has some of my great-grandmother's notions, tools and ribbons inside.

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