Check this out!!!!!! You couldn't PAY ME to have this!!!
I've seen birds, I've seen a fish, but never a whole real snarling mounted fox head! YUCK! As if!
Here in England, the trunk of a car is call the boot, so when you pull up your car in a field or lot, and sell things from your car or set up tables around it, it's called a carboot sale. There had to have been something like 300 cars here I reckon! It takes hours if you want to see everything being sold. Sometimes we sell our household extras this way too. Your
Oh lookie what the hubs found. His favourite animal besides the squirrel is a big cat, don't ask, so he purchased this tiger for a few pence/cents. It is now featured in our livingroom. It looks cute, we like nick knacks, and we like toys too.
Speaking of toys, after the carboot sale we headed to a Toy Collectors Fair at Westpoint Exhibition Centre. The entry fee was £3.50 ($5.49 USD) which I thought would be a waste considering most people outside on line looked like either old model train collectors or sci-fi figure freaks.
But when I got inside I found a few tables selling what I love, DOLLS!! I'm on a really tight budget so couldn't get buck wild about it, but I did pick a few really nice pieces for my doll collection.
This is my stash! The purple lady was £2 ($1.50 USD), the two brown babies together were only £1 (£1.56USD) and the Asian doll was also £1. The girl baby sweetly giggles when you touch her plump belly, the boy baby is anatomically correct :o and unfortunately has a mark on his head, and the Asian doll is wearing a dirty tight dress, but I can work on these and make them so cute. I'll show a picture when I do.
I hope you all are having a great weekend!
Do you like going to carboots sales or flea markets?
Does anyone else collect dolls like I do?
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