To the right, a full deck! ELECTRIC BOAT COMPANY PLAYING CARDS, 1940's, Courage that runs deep! Beautifully illustrated!
They're followed by a previous find from Rob & Monica--a vintage pin the tail on the donkey game--we haven't seen one of these in years.
And after that, by request, an oldie but goodie---courtesy of ANGELAG--a great repro putz house by Christopher Radko--from their SPARKLETOWN line--long since discontinued--we've got this one too--detail is fabulous for a mass produced house--you can still find some old stock Radko putz houses on ebay.
And finally, if you haven't tried the Krylon Spray "Chalky Finish" paint, you have got to give it a shot,
It can add an aged appearance quite nicely....Lots of videos on youtube, too many to list here.
AGAIN, CLICK ON THE PHOTOS AND ENJOY.
AN OLDIE BUT GOODIE, 3 INTERESTING ‘BUILDING’ TINS, COURTESY OF TOYCONNECT; just keep scrolling down the page https://bit.ly/2qJph5Q
Step back in time when there were objects known as TV LAMPS: the concept behind TV lamps was to keep a person from damaging their eyes from watching too much TV. That the lamp would diffuse the light a little bit and keep people from going blind or whatever they thought would happen. READ MORE HERE
LOVE THIS VINTAGE INSPIRED CHRISTMAS CANDY BOX BUILD FROM LAURIE; see it here
Old fashioned crepe paper nut cups/baskets; more from Blumchen here.
AND FROM PAPER GLITTER GLUE, A SPOOKY HOUSE FOR HABITAT; more at https://paperglitterglue.com/spooky-miniature-halloween-house/
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