Like the old saying goes, I'm not sweating the small things. Not when they're this awesome, at least. Take a look:
That cake carrier has a few dings in it, but that (to me) just adds character. Sometimes, I think it's nice to be reminded that these items were meant to be used in daily life. Little dents are a reminder of that history.
This little lady bug is not what she seems.
She's a vintage stapler! The ladybug is made from wood. Cool.
Gingham-lined basket. Shara scream in 5...4...3...2....1..... That Kentucky history book is an older edition of the one I used in the 8th grade. It's written by a dude who taught at my alma mater back in the day.
These dudes were my favorite find of the day. The lady running the sale where I got them remarked that everything that was selling belonged to her grandson. Do you see the skeleton in the stocks? Awesome.
A dude on a horse with a sword and a centaur. Even without the itty bitty dragon, that's way cool.
And this guy has (count 'em) four arms! Can't beat that, I say.
That's how I roll: lady bug staplers to four-armed dudes in one post. That's what happens when you don't sweat the small stuff.