“Thrifty & Vintage Finds” Link Party 86 – Vintage Shoe Molds

by Dagmar Bleasdale on October 6, 2015

Dagmar's Home "Thrifty & Vintage Finds" Link Party

Welcome to “Thrifty & Vintage Finds” link party No. 86!

If you found an amazing deal lately, a vintage or thrifty find, then I’d love you to link up. You might get featured next week!

This weekend, my sister-in-law and I took a trip to Pennsylvania, and I got to go thrifting at an amazing place! I can’t tell you where yet, but I’ll write about it soon.

I left with so many thrifty and vintage finds!

Can you guess which item caught my attention in this tray?

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Yes, that little silver cup with the word Bremen on it. I so often come across vintage items like this postcard from my German hometown, it’s spooky.

Vintage Shoe Molds

You wouldn’t believe the price on these pairs of wooden vintage shoe molds. I bought them all, five pairs. I haven’t decided yet if I’ll add a couple to my Etsy store or use them all for decor in our cottage.

vintage shoe molds, DagmarBleasdale.comThis is most of the stash I hauled home:

vintage shoe molds, DagmarBleasdale.com I just can’t say no to $3 vintage Agricultural Almanacs that are 70 years old. The little watches don’t work, but they make a cute addition to gifts or vignettes.

vintage almanac, DagmarBleasdale.comThis is a vintage Christmas ornament from Germany. It’s so dainty, and it’s amazing that it survived all these years.

And there was just something that drew me to those vintage keyhole plates that I want to add to a furniture piece.

vintage German Christmas lamp ornament, DagmarBleasdale.comI bought a few little paper items because I like to display them in my mason jars. Those were the times when you could win a 1950 Chevrolet.

vintage win a chevrolet tickets

vintage finds, DagmarBleasdale.comThis young man cost $1.

I’m adding those brown bottles to my collection, and the mason jars were so affordable that I bought a whole bunch to add to my other ones.

vintage finds, DagmarBleasdale.com

Which one of these items would have been your favorite?

Did you show off your latest find last week? If you linked up, thank you!

Thanks so much of all of your wonderful entries again! I had a really hard time to pick just one featured blog again. Sadly, a few blogs I would have liked to feature didn’t link back to this post.

I decided to feature Diana, who blogs at Adirondack Girl at Heart. She showed off her latest vintage finds, and I just LOVE this lamp!

vintage lamp

Thanks for linking up again, Diana! I’m interested in this lamp. I don’t see a cord, does it have one? Feel free to add this button to your post or blog if you like.

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If you weren’t featured this week but would like to be, just link up the same post again, and any new ones.

Your turn! If you’ve picked up a thrifty or vintage find lately, I’d love to see it.

I’m thrilled about any link, but if you want to get featured, please only link up thrifty or vintage finds, and link back to this post. I also feature DIY posts if you transformed something that was originally a thrifty or vintage find.

And after you link up, it would be lovely if you would share this party — pin, stumble, tweet away! The bigger the party, the more exposure for all of us.

How to link up:

  • Link up posts about your thrifty or/and vintage find.
  • Please add the party button to your post {see code below} or a link back to this link party post so others can be inspired to join in the fun. Only posts with a link to this party will be considered to be featured.
  • No links to giveaways, or shop or Etsy sites please.
  • By submitting a link you are authorizing for your project to be featured. Featured links will include a photo and a link back to the originating site.
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Sheryl October 12, 2015 at 12:10 PM

I found a great idea for the watches from another blogger but can’t remember which one. She makes the old watches into bracelets by taking glueing a vintage rhinestone earring ( with the clip back taken off) They look so cute. I have also taken the insides out of watches and put crystals or little charms inside and then putting the back on. This is simalar to the charm lockets that are popular right now. I actually put my grandkids birthstone colored crystals in mine. Hope this gives you some ideas. I love you blog!

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Dagmar Bleasdale October 13, 2015 at 12:38 AM

Hi Sheryl, thanks for your comment and all of those fab ideas. Guess what – one of the watches works just fine! I would it up, and it fits my small wrist just perfectly. I now wear it all the time!

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Diana October 7, 2015 at 8:45 PM

Such great finds this week, Dagmar. Those shoe forms–amazing! And I love the vintage price tags, too. I’ve never found any, but would love some. Thanks for featuring MY finds :) Yes, there’s a plug–

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Dianne October 7, 2015 at 1:54 AM

I love all your finds. I think my favorites are the shoe molds! Thank you Dagmar for hosting!

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Suzan October 6, 2015 at 10:27 PM

What an amazing ” haul ” – wow
Thanks so much for the party :)
xox

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Melissa's Antiques October 6, 2015 at 12:00 PM

Lots of great finds! Love the Christmas ornament and paper ephemera.

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Barb October 6, 2015 at 10:25 AM

Love your Christmas ornament!!! One of my favorite books is a volume on old ornaments. Look this up, you might be surprised! My favorite find while “junking’ on a Saturday morn. was a silver glass blown mushroom. I felt the same way, how did it make it all these years. If things could talk! Can’t wait to hear your Pa. story!

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Rita C at Panoply October 6, 2015 at 7:06 AM

Okay, Dagmar, I don’t anything can top your find of the Bremen cups – I would’ve been so excited too! What great little tokens of ‘home’ when you come upon them. And those shoe forms are pretty awesome too. Thanks for hosting us.
Rita

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Dagmar Bleasdale October 6, 2015 at 10:18 AM

Oh, I haven’t even shown you my biggest find yet! It didn’t fit into the picture :) It’s coming!

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