What do these 3 things have in common?
They are 3 vintage goods that I found at estate sales and yard sales this past Memorial Day weekend.
And I couldn’t wait to share them with you.
Did you have a nice Memorial Day weekend?
The weather here in New England was truly out of this world!
Ok, let’s chat more about these shoes, racks, and art, shall we?
Adidas Baby Shoes
Inspired by Miss Mustard Seed’s baby shoe collection, these baby Adidas shoes with the little shoe stretchers still inside of them were just too much to resist.
I have no idea how old these baby shoes actually are, but from the look and feel of them, they have spent a good long time making someone very happy. Did a baby take their first steps in these baby shoes? Were they handed down a generation? And where oh where did they find the little shoe stretchers inside of each sneaker?
And this pair of baby shoes was just $12 at a weekend estate sale that I stopped in to pay a visit.
I think these little baby Adidas sneakers are going to be the first in my very own vintage baby shoe collection.
They look super cute resting on our bookshelves in the living room.
Can you envision a shelf filled with a collection of various vintage baby shoes? Especially in a bedroom.
Vintage Cobbler Rack
I am so grateful for my friends who look out for me! Do you have a few like this?
Let me explain a bit,
They are both named Lisa and were both out doing a little thrifting themselves this past Memorial Day weekend.
The first texts started coming from my girlfriend, Lisa in Maine who was out thrifting at what looked to be an amazing antique yard sale. I really missed out on this one! She sent me pictures of garden boxes, kitchen scales, scissor holders, etc., and made sure to let me know that she would pick me up anything that caught my eye.
Lisa brought home that red garden box in the middle for herself. Great find for sure!
Second, back in Vermont, it was a text and a call from the owner, Lisa of The Vintage Soul, where I have my vintage window booth. Lisa had spied on two vintage cobbler racks at an estate sale just out of town. And she was highly recommending that I get over there to purchase one, if not both, haha.
You may also enjoy the Country Estate Sale Near Me This Weekend post.
Succumbing to peer pressure, I headed over to this estate sale the very next morning.
There was the large cobbler rack that Lisa had already talked down to $120 for me. And it was a beauty!
But that petite cobbler rack, above on the left, well it would just be the perfect accessory in our breakfast nook holding all my collected dishes and bowls.
This one took a little more convincing though. As the owner had decided he wanted to keep this one for himself.
But we won him over in the end, Ella hopped in the front seat, and we transported her back home, along with the little Adidas baby shoes.
You may also enjoy the post, Step Up Your Home Decor Style with a Vintage Cobbler Rack. And how I use a second cobbler rack as a “bargain rack” in the post, Vintage Booth Winter Window Display.
This vintage cobbler rack is going to be so fun to style in our breakfast nook with vintage bowls, dishes, platters, glassware, and more. Here’s a sneak peek.
See this antique cobbler rack today in the post, Store, Stack & Display Vintage Dishes in an Antique Cobblers Rack.
You may also enjoy Mother Nature And An Antique Millinery Hat Mold post.
On our way home, we took a quick detour at the local farmer’s market to pick up some peonies to fancy for the rest of the Memorial Day weekend.
You may also enjoy 58+ Old Fashioned Bargains and 3 Summer Vintage Markets post.
So pretty paired with this pink vintage McCoy vase.
Neutral Ski Drawings
Do you enjoy stopping at yard sales, tag sales, and garage sales?
I’m one of those that drives by really slowly at first to see if it’s worth stopping.
I’m looking for bargains and quality vintage items. So I don’t tend to stop at a whole lot of them.
I drove by this new house (yes newly built home) that was selling a few selected items from an old ski house that they had had for years a few towns over.
And there was this watercolor ski drawing picture in a vintage wooden frame for $10.
It appears to be part of a limited edition series by Laurence David called Ski. I haven’t been able to find this exact art print, but others like it are selling between $250-$600 framed on rare-to-find vintage sites.
I was really drawn to the blues and browns in this art print.
The original owner told me she had a whole collection of these and to keep driving by, as she’d be putting them out for sale at different times. So I may need to find a place for a few more…
You may also enjoy Irresistible New England Antique Barn Sale | Budget Friendly.
Long weekends are so great for thrifting.
Did you find anything special yourself over the holiday weekend?
I’m so glad you dropped by, and if you are new to my blog, welcome! I hope you enjoyed your visit with us here today at our Home in Vermont.
Be sure to also check out our Home in Coastal Maine where we spend summers and weekends craving a walk on the beach or a visit with old friends.
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