Tuesday, June 24, 2008

One man's junk......


is another man's treasure! And boy...you know it too!

We had a "stuff" swap in our TDIPT ebay group, and many of you already know this, but there is no swap like a TDIPT swap, and a junk swap is no exception!
Pam (soft in the head) had mentioned she had a bunch of extra stuff that she could use to get rid of...stuff such as rusty nails, and different things that may be of use to another member, and would we like to have a swap. Well of course, we said yes.....who can refuse a chance to hit the jackpot?

I got my box yesterday from my gal Starla (Briar rabbit Prims), and she knows how to do it up right, let me tell ya!

She's got some of the best junk around! She sent me so many lovely things, and she even went out and purchased some special goodies!

Just look at this vintage baby dress.....I couldn't beleive I got this in a junk swap????

She even made me a toy soldier.....wasn't that sweet? I got a little wooden bowl, and some yummy smelling tarts too. She even remembered my 3 girls and sent some milk bones!




Starla knows I love the red white and blue and everything fit into that theme! She sent vinatge repro tinsel Sparklers, and baskets, old brass buttons, a vintage postcard, an old metal star, 3 bobbins w/ (of course) red yarn, and some Americana fabric!

I did hit the jackpot, and I am one lucky ducky, aren't I?


Thank you Starla....you've really made my day w/ your extreme generosity!

5 comments:

Debra said...

You really are a lucky ducky! What a great package to get in the mail!

Wings and Paws Primitives said...

What fun!!! You deserve it my friend.... Hugs, MO

Doreen said...

Wow..what great things..that is a wonderful swap!!!!!

Love your bunny below :)

Take care,
Doreen

~GoldieLoo Woodworks~ said...

Hey Starla..if your reading... I want some of your "JUNK". ;)heehee.
Happy you got such nice junk from Starla, Patty. ~~Pam

The Crackling Crows said...

Wow you got a lot of great things Patty :)

Have a wonderful Happy 4th of July ***

hugs Ivonne :)