Thursday, October 18, 2012

I am blessed! {with goodies from Peacock Park}

I have been a busy beaver again this week, but I wanted to take some time and show you what I
brought home with me from the big Peacock Park sale last weekend.

Don't you just love these beautiful bags? I sure do! 

I believe that Gina told me that these are in her new line.  She was so sweet! I was carrying around a
 few things and she told me I needed a box so I followed her to the other side of her warehouse where
she found me an empty box to hold my treasures. If you haven't met her, she is one amazing lady!
 I think she has more energy in her big toe than I have in my whole body. ha!

This wreath!!!!!! I spied this across the tent on the first day and made a beeline for it.
I am glad I did because I didn't see any more and ladies were asking us where we found it.

music paper holly leaves with added glitter and glam...perfect!

I couldn't pass up a stack of simple muslin aprons and runners for 50 cents and 1.00 each.
{depending on what day you purchased them...regular day or half off day. I did both!}

I have been wanting a large lantern so was very pleased when I found this one with all
the glass intact. She had several that were missing glass and while it would not have been
hard to have glass cut for them, I don't have to now. :)

A beautiful picture that I picked up and carried around the first day and just couldn't decide , but
decided fast on the half off day. :)

Are you ready for this bloggy friends??? Gina also had a FREE pile! I brought home 20 of these chippy
 table legs and will use them for shelf brackets and who knows what else. 

She was also giving away tons of these wooden buckets! They were originally a dark color, but I
have painted five of them so far and am fixing them up. First, I picked up a stack of five, but then
we found out there were unopened boxes on pallets so I also nabbed a full box!

{ disclaimer: no one was hurt in the shuffle and scuffle of grabbing free items...rofl!
everyone behaved in a ladylike manner at least when I was there. }

I have big plans for these so I hope it works out. ha! One lady nabbed two boxes to utilize them
 for her daughters wedding.

All in all it was a fun day and truth be told this is my big hurrah for the year. Hubby and I never
seem to go on a true vacation ,so we take mini vacays to visit our kids and love it when we find
stops like this along the way.

I did get a few other items that didn't make the photos yet. Some silver glittered jingle bells,
another printed tote...not sure what else, but I think most of it made the photos. I hope you
enjoyed seeing all my goodies. Happy Thursday!!


Bente said...

That wreath is beautiful.

BECKY said...

Wow Sandi! You sure made out!! Love it all, and can't wait to see what you do with the chippy legs! So nice to be able to visit around again! I'm going to look around and see what I've been missing!!

Oh and I LOVE your blog look and your fabulous fall header! So lovely!


Pam said...

Hi Sandy. Love everything at this shop! Would love to be there in person and take it all in... Thanks for sharing! xo's Pam

Heaven's Walk said...

What a great haul, Sandi!!! Love that blingy little wreath! And FREE??? I can't believe it! What a generous vendor! Oh, and I just want to fall right in to your new header. It's beautiful!

xoxo laurie

Julia - "Vintage with Laces" said...

You've brought home beautiful things, Sandi! You must have had lots of fun at that sale.

June said...

I love the disclaimer Sandi!!!! So many wonderful things! You are so lucky to be able to go to this wonderful sale.
hugs from here...

Susie said...

Sandi, I love all your goodies. The picture is so sweet too. Smiles, Susie

Sandi~A Cottage Muse said... sweet that you got freebies on top of the great deals!
I love that wreath!!!

Lynnie @ Vintage Gal Style said...

How perfect is that wreath! Think I need to find a leaf die or a punch to make my own...if possible. Thank you for sharing, Lynnie

Lady Pamela said...

Look at all the fun you had, Sandi. I am looking forward to our vintage fairs coming next month.

Susan said...

Oh you lucky girl Sandi! I would have bee-lined for that pretty wreath, too, and I love your bags. Good for you - so glad you enjoyed a stop at Peacock!