Tuesday, January 29, 2013

♥ For Sale ♥

I’ve never done this before on my blog, but I guess there’s always a first time for everything. I figure someone might be interested. :)

Since we just completed our new staircase right before time to decorate for Christmas, the “everyday” Americana decorations that graced the staircase, were put away in a Rubbermaid box during the Christmas season. Well, after we took down all the Christmas décor earlier this month, I realized that the staircase now just needs a different look. I still have the Americana in my living room, but I’d like to create more of a rustic cabin look with a touch of primitive in that area. That decision left me with a few Americana items that I have no room to store. So, I thought I’d show them here and see if anyone is interested.

I'm still without my camera, so these were taken with a phone camera....so not the best quality.  And please excuse the dust.  :)









Still available....$6 plus shipping.

If you see something you’d like, just email me at countrygirlathome@att.net make me an offer.  Give me your address, and I’ll get a shipping price for you too.

Thank you so much for stopping by! Happy Tuesday!  :)

♥ Tammy ♥ 


Primitive Stars said...

Morning Tammy, I think more rustic and prim will look so great in your cozy home...Good luck the the selling, Hugs Francine.

SweetPepperRose said...

Morning Tammy - I emailed you on the wheeled little animals - let me know.

Beth said...

They are all so cute. I hope you get some good offers.

Debbie said...

I love this look! Good luck with the sale of these treasures...Enjoy your day!

Sandra said...

Love them all, being military they especially stand out for me :)

The God Bless America one, how much is it?

April said...

What cute items, Tammy! Wishing you luck in selling them!

~*Sharee*~ said...

Just sent you an email on the 3 little wheeled animals and the shadow box....Love them.

Hugs, Shar

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jennifer768 said...

Hi Tammy,all lovely goodies.I am sure that you will be able to sell them.Hugs,Jen

Linda ★ Parker's Paradise said...

Well, it looks as if others are interested in the pull toys. I collect pull toys, so if you end up with them when the sales are over, let me know. LOL It looks as if they have found a new home.

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April said...

I was too late on this one--love the little wheeled animals!! You've got good taste!