Well, I've exhausted most of the antique shops near my parents' house, and here's what I've got to show for it! Lots of great stuff that I'll have to find room for back at my house!!
I'm most excited about this dollhouse. Whereas my other recent dollhouse purchase was for the front of the house, this one is for the inside of the house. I'm not too crazy about the red brick exterior, but oh, those colors on the inside!!!
Swoon! Such gorgeous colors! This is actually a pressed board house vs. a tin one, so as you can see, the second floor's a little warped. But I'm actually considering taking out the dividers altogether, and just hanging it as a large shelf. We'll see..
And here is my other pile of treasures. A couple more dolly beds, a couple more dollies, a tin refrigerator, a pink stroller, and a few more miscellaneous goodies.
Funny enough, the stroller is the exact same style as this one I already have, but in pink, and missing the canopy. However, I prefer the pink to the red!
Everything I purchased was really inexpensive, too! I think the most I spent was $19 on the dollhouse, so I'm excited about that as well!
I'm here for a few more days (poor hubby is working this whole time...), and I may try to squeeze in a few more shopping trips if I can. I'll let you know if I find anything good!
P.S. Several of you have asked recently how I edit my photos. It's really simple. I use Picnik.com, and under "Create", I apply the "Cross Process" effect at around 50%. Sometimes I mess with the brightness or contrast or other things, but the "Cross Process" is what gives that nice aged look!