Tis also the season for holiday craft fairs and indoor flea markets, like the one I went to this past weekend at the senior center in Nashua, NH.
There was the usual assortment of well, just about everything from household items, games, dish ware, puzzles, books, appliances and outdated electronics.
And, there was no shortage of holiday items and snowmen (as you can see).
Of course, I shopped and bought a few items — here are my 50 cent bargains. The Welcome slate will be displayed outside our apt with the rest of the winter snowman decorations this year. The Boyds Bears needs no explanation, since we use Beatrice and Grenville Boyd on this blog. These are almost "family."
While the above items were bargains, there's more . . . a brand new Vermont-made cheese board, retail cost $45 (my cost $4), a 50-cent book for someone special (to be announced) and a $1 watch which was $5 after a new battery was out in at a local jeweler; it runs perfectly.
This was a fun (and very inexpensive) way to spend a Saturday morning and finding great bargains too — always a great thing!
Have you also found some wonderful flea market bargains?