She and I have participated in a tiny book swap in the past, and have swapped one for one. Her tiny books are adorable. You can see a few in her Etsy shop here.
Last weekend the DH and I celebrated a break in the cold by taking a little road trip to western Oklahoma. We stopped in Hydro at the Mema's Momma's and Mine Antique Store on old Route 66, where I found these treasures.
I love the gray hat with all it's leaves and petals, but bought the other just for the black velvet rose appliques - one on each side.
This vintage tablecloth in my favorites of aqua and chartreuse was also a great find. It's a bit faded but that's fine with me.
We stopped in Clinton at The Mulberry Bush Antique & Vintage Market on Frisco Avenue where I found this lovely lace. As best I can tell, it's rather old, and appears to be beautifully tea-dyed. There were several other bags of vintage lace and it was tough to leave them, but I managed to limit myself to just the one bag.
We went as far south as Hobart, then took a different route home. I found these items in a thrift store in Fort Cobb. I have plans for them.
Can't wait for a few estate sales this weekend, and maybe a bit of thrifting, too!