Wooden blocks were a favorite of mine as a kid. Being a graphic designer I'm drawn to the letter form, especially in letterpress wood type.
Vintage butter dish. I'm not sure if this went in something based on the shape of the bottom plate, maybe in a fridge, but I like graphic and color of it.
Another camera to add to my collection. A Kodak Instamatic 314, introduced from 1968 to 1971.
This is my second find of a Polaroid Land Camera SX-70. This one came with the flash pictured and a flash bar with four bulbs. This one is in better condition than my other one. Plus the price was right so I couldn't say no.
Lil dump truck with the metal bed. Jake has several of the large ones from his childhood. I wanted to add to the collection. When my nephew comes over, these are what he wants to play with.
I always check out fabrics when I'm at estate sales, and usually I'm not impressed. I finally found some fabric I liked. I really like the color, one of my favorites, and the fun print on the top fabric.
This suitcase was a little more than what I wanted to pay, especially considering it has some water damage on the outside, but I didn't want to walk out of the store without it. The inside is in great condition except for the overwhelming smell of oldness. I'm letting this air out before I display it in my living room.
This is a random find, not vintage. I came across this shirt at Target while looking for some clothes for my niece. This may sound weird to some, but I bought it for no other purpose but for me to have it. I love, love, love the graphic on it. It's a size 3/4 and I don't know of a girl that size.
Speaking of Target, my absolute favorite place to shop, I scored this bag for $8. Just couldn't pass it up.
Lastly, I found this large brimmed polka dot hat at an antique store and immediately thought of my niece. She goes to the beach quite often (she lives in S.C.) and thought it would be perfect for her. Plus I want to take pictures of her in it.
Whew, that was a lot of random stuff. I hope you enjoyed my finds as much as I did finding them!