As I was working on this post, I wondered: who got up in the wee hours of the morning to brave the crowds on Black Friday?
A few years back, a friend asked me to go shopping with her on Black Friday, but I had to respectfully decline. I’m not an early morning riser, first of all, and have never wanted to shop with the crowds. Plus, I try to get most of my shopping done throughout the year to avoid having to buy everything in just two months.
Whether you got out or not, I hope you’re having fun filling your Christmas list.
If you saw my post about our master bedroom reveal, you know I love pull toys. I don’t own a cow pull toy yet, but boy, I’m tempted to start a small collection. This one, offered by exploremag, is for sale at a very reasonable price.
I love the patina and lines of this little rubber truck made by Sun Rubber Company, don’t you?
This vintage horse was once a rocking horse. Obviously, the base is missing, but it has such a lovely stance and color, I would display (and love it) ‘as is’.
Mid Century Modern is not my thing, but I love miniatures so much that I immediately liked this little toy kitchen. It’s also a vintage German toy.
Please, you must take a closer look at this set of Little Red Riding Hood Victorian puzzle blocks. The 30 blocks each have 6 sides and the game is to match any of the six illustrations shown. Victorian puzzle blocks are so difficult to find in good condition and this set is in very good condition.
This vintage gameboard would be so fun displayed in a child’s room!