It’s happening! Read all about it:
Vintage, Home Goods, Kid/Baby, Craft, Etc.
We aren’t new to the garage sale scene—in fact we love them! Estate sales, antiquing weekends, thrift stores, throw in a bunch of hobbies and there you have us in a nut shell. We are joined by a few of our equally minded friends to offer you our first ever garage sale.
Conveniently located in SW Portland at the corner of Haines St. and Lesser Rd. Off the Haines St. Exit (#293) off I-5. White house on the corner #12200 (can’t miss us!). Follow the neon on white signage.
Saturday and Sunday 10a. – 4p. (firm start time)
Vintage: fabric, home goods, decor
Home goods: kitchen stuff, entertaining, decor
Kid & Baby: clothes, toys (infant/toddler), wooden train tracks
Crafts: fabric, thread, modern scrapbooking (Project Life, studio calico, etc.), knitting, patterns
Clothing: women, men, baby, shoes
Outdoor: small charcoal grill, camp stove, hoses, cooler
Other: 2003 Xbox with three games, golf club, porcelain dolls from the early 90s in mint condition (priced to sell)
Plus an over flowing box of free stuff.
Did we mention we’re crafty? We’ll be featuring our handmade baby and kid dry goods: blankets, toys, onesies, tshirts, burp cloths, and more! If you’re expecting a little one or know someone who is we’ve got you covered.
Cash only please.
Google reader is going away so I’m trying to decide where to move my feed. I signed up with Bloglivin: Follow my blog with Bloglovin
but I can’t say I’m loving the organization. So I’ve been playing with Feedly. It’s connected with Google+ and I already have an account established. So far I’m really liking it. It’s crisp and imports everything from Google Reader as I had it set up.
What remains to be seen is whether the community of bloggers that Bloglovin encourages will be enough to debunk Feedly… for now Feedly it is.
The Original 'Invisible' Disc Plate Hanger, Tested and proven over more than 40 years. I wanted to hang a few plates I've collected and thought there must be a better way to hang them besides glue and a paperclip. Turns out there is! Check out the site above for a variety of sizes. This is the scene in our bathroom.
Originally saw this at my friend Rozylan’s blog.
Did you know there were words to the theme?