Monday, August 24, 2009

Look What I Found!

Today I did a little running around.

Of course one of my stops was a thrift store.

I believe I found what appears to be new "old stock" of millinery flowers.

Each set of flowers was still bagged up with the price tags all in a row waiting to be put on the product.

I always think it's kind of humorous, blue roses.

I've never seen blue roses at any nursery.

Maybe I need to get out a little more.

I thought these green ones were pretty, I actually like this color.

Each bag came with a yellow card.

Maybe someone out there knows something about this company and can tell me the scoop!

Well, I guess that's all for now.

I just wanted to share with you my latest find.

You just never know what you'll find at those thrift stores.

Happy Thrifting!


Sharon said...

How fun!

Jennifer said...

There is a Howell's Home and Floral in Portland off Airport way. I think it's the same company,they have been around since 1952 and have an excellent selection of floral and ribbons.


laurie -magpie ethel said...

Jennifer is right. They used to be over in NW and then moved out towards the airport. I run out there every once in awhile. Good find.

misselaineous said...

Beat by Jennifer & Laurie again!! The name on the tag rang a bell in my Mom used to do hats w/ a longtime friend..her name was Tekla {sp?}. To keep me occupied while they sewed, Tekla would give me a box or bag filled w/amazing bits & pieces...ribbon & lace & flowers!! I could make whatever I wanted! Thanks for the memory blog jog!! *elaine*

Denise said... hit it big today. I love that green too!

Sandra said...

Oooh! Those are very pretty flowers!

Lisa said...

Cool roses! Great finds!
Hugs, Lisa

Tracey said...

What a great find! I don't think I've ever seen a blue rose either...

:) T

Miss Gracie's House said...

What fun you will have with all of those...but the blue ones I have don't do much to inspire me.
Your spoon ring is *sweeeet* daughter picked one up at Farm Chicks. They would be fun to make but have you figured out how to bend the silverware?