Friday, October 24, 2014

Vintage Friday #38


Welcome to Vintage Friday!
 What is Vintage Friday? It is where I will list some vintage items that I want to sell.
Here is how it works:  If you see an item or items that you want simply leave me a comment with the # of the item (s) you want to purchase and your e-mail (so I can send you a payment request) and zip code (so I will know how much to charge for shipping it to you).
The first person to leave me their e-mail with their item # and zip wins!!  Your paid item(s) will be mailed out Monday. I will also combine items to make shipping cheaper for you.


#1. A Yellow Pyrex #503-B Refrigerator dish. It is in great condition no chips or dings. $12 + shipping.


#2. A beautiful hand tied quilt. It meausres 6'x 5' 9" it is in great condition and no tears. It is nice and heavy! This quilt would be great for keeping you cozy. $25 + shipping.SOLD!!!


#3. 16 Vintage hankies. They are in great condition. $20 + shipping.
SOLD!!!


#4. A 1961 Bing Crosby Productions "Ben Casey M.D." game. It is in great condtion all of the pieces and instructions are there except one base is missing. $12 + shipping.

#5. A Playskool Horse puzzle $5 + shipping.   SOLD!!!

#6. A Playskool "3 Little Pigs" puzzle. $5 + shipping. SOLD!!!

#7. An Air Force Crew Member First Aid Kit. All of the pieces are still inside and are intact. $10 + shipping.
SOLD!!!

#8. A 1962 Rand McNally Elf Book "Rumpelstiltskin" it is great condition. $5 + shipping.

#9. A Little Golden book "The Flintstones" It is in good condition. $5 + shipping  

#10. A 1971 Little Golden Book "Bedknobs and Broomsticks". It is in great condition $5 + shipping.

#11. A 2 canister set Decoware copper and floral set. The largest one measures 6" tall and the smaller one measures 5" tall. $8 + shipping.

#12. A  Medium Jar of Buttons.  The jar measures 6" tall. It is full of all kinds of buttons great for all kinds of crafts. $20 + shipping.SOLD!!!
Thanks so much for stopping by. I hope you have  a great weekend.
 


Thursday, October 23, 2014

A Milk Can Feed

Last weekend we hosted Mark and Jessica's family dinner/present opening here at our place. Since they had family that came from all over the US we wanted them to all be able to come together one more time before they all departed for their various homes. Mark is from Alaska and Jessica had family from California, Montana and Colorado. We had a great time! 


                                            The decorations made the barn look so festive!
One of the neat things that Mark and Jessica did was that they had people sign a little table instead of a wedding book. What a great idea!
For the food they wanted a milk can feed so Jessica's dad, grandma and grandpa cooked it all up.  If you don't know what a milk can feed is, it is where you cook sausage, carrots, potatoes, onions and cabbage all together in a milk can over a open fire. This is something you don't see everyday and it was SO good!




                     It was so fun to visit with family and friends that we haven't seen in forever!




At the end of the evening it was time for the bride and groom to open their gifts. As I was listening to Jeff (Jessica's dad) talk about His favorite verse Proverbs 3: 5-6 where it says "Trust in the Lord with all your heart and lean not on our own understanding. In all our ways acknowledge Him and He shall direct your paths."  I was reminded how thankful I am that I have a Saviour that loves me enough to not only watch over me but directs me in the way I should go. He wants the very best for me, and how even though I screw up A LOT He still loves me no matter what and when we seek Him our lives are blessed beyond measure! It was so awesome to see that in Mark and Jessica's lives how God directed their paths to meet and become one! Congrats you two, we hope you enjoyed your day here on the farm.





Tuesday, October 21, 2014

Mark and Jessica

Last weekend the milkman and I attended Mark and Jessica's wedding. It was a sunset wedding, which the weather can be kind of tricky this time of year but this night was perfect! No wind (which there always is wind it seems like in KS) and the temperature was very pleasant. 
 It was so fun to see everyone all spiffed up! Jessica looked amazing! Her talent is awesome, she made her own wedding dress. Beautiful!




 Congrats Mark and Jessica we are so excited for you both as you begin your lives together as husband and wife. We look forward to seeing what God has in store for you. I hope you always remember your wedding day and when times get rough in your marriage you will remember this day and how God brought you two together. Congratulation!

Monday, October 20, 2014

Vendor List

I had several people contact me for information on my vendors I had in the Barn Sale. So here it is.
 Gale Nation rubyslippers2007@yahoo.com or on Instagram as galenation.  Just one of the items in her booth were the signs below.
 The Barn at Sedgwick you can find on FaceBook and Flint Hills Cowgirl on Instagram had some of the beauties in the picture below.

 Dawn's instagram rekindledpleasures. Her etsy shop is called the same name rekindled pleasures.
                                         denae.villines@att.net made the pretties below.
                                Treena at onlocationphoto@yahoo had the cute stuff below.
                          Stacie had the signs and wreaths below. staciejnichols@gmail.com
I didn't get a picture of every vendor but here are the rest of them. 
*Ellen's etsy shop is called "initially impressed" or her e-mail is joerohl@juno.com
*Paula prairielakesphotograhy@gmail.com
*Shirley had the most amazing brittle. sjdelk9853@msn.com
*Teresa's etsy shop is called "jolie junebug boutique" she had such cute travel and make up bags
*Nancy turloose@gmail.com She had beautiful crocheted blankets and items.
*Liz lizavogel@sbcglobal.net had jewelry and home decor
*Sharleen had 31bags sharleen44@hotmail.com 
These are most of my vendors. If you have any other questions or didn't see something that you remembered at the sale please let me know. Have a great day!

Friday, October 17, 2014

Vintage Friday #37 IT'S BACK!!!


Welcome to Vintage Friday!
 What is Vintage Friday? It is where I will list some vintage items that I want to sell.
Here is how it works:  If you see an item or items that you want simply leave me a comment with the # of the item (s) you want to purchase and your e-mail (so I can send you a payment request) and zip code (so I will know how much to charge for shipping it to you).
The first person to leave me their e-mail with their item # and zip wins!!  Your paid item(s) will be mailed out Monday. I will also combine items to make shipping cheaper for you.

#1. A 9x13 Pyrex Friendship pattern with red birds baking dish. It is in perfect condition no chips, dings or scratches. $30 + shipping.SOLD!!!

#2. A Fisher Price Family Brown Tudor house. It is in great condition all the decals are intact. $20 + shipping.

#3. A Granny Square Afghan. It is in great condition and measures 6'3"x 4'9". $20 + shipping.
SOLD!!!

#4. A Enamelware teapot with wooden handle. It is in great condition and is 7" tall to the top of the handle. $10 + shipping.

#5. A Black Bell Rotary Telephone. It is in great condition. $25 + shipping.

#6. A Wilenour purple and pink flower linen tablecloth. It is in amazing condition. I have looked over it several times and I can't find any blemish on it. So pretty. $15 + shipping.


#7. 2 Tonka trucks, they have a little wear due to age but still in great condition. $10+shipping.
SOLD!!!

#8. A Built-Rite Sta-N-Plance Puzzle, it meausres at 1'3" x 11" it has a little wear due to age but still has years of play left in it. $5 + shipping.

#9. A Pyrex 1 1/2 quart Golden Scroll casserole dish with lid. It is in great condition no chips, dings or scratches. $12 + shipping.

#10. A 1960 Follett Beginner reader "Christopher Columbus" by Clara Ingram Judson. This book is in good condtion the 2nd picture below shows what the pages look like inside. $5 + shipping.


#11. A 1961 Follett Beginner reader "George Washington". It is in good condition $5 + shipping.


#12. A 1964 See and Read John Fitzgerald Kenney book. It does have a little wear due to age on the corner of the binding but otherwise in good condition. The 2nd picture below shows what the pages look like. $5 + shipping.

Thanks so much for stopping by I hope you all have a great weekend.