Before we had tissue, both men and women carried handkerchief/hankies. My mother always carried a hankie, and I can remember many times when that hankie was brought out, spit upon and then wiped something off my face. Yuck and yuck.
You would think I would have an aversion to handkerchiefs, but I love them. So when I saw these sassy little hankies I scooped them up.
California and Florida souvenir hankies, 1953 calendar hankie, a Japanese silk handkerchief from the 1933 Chicago Worlds Fair, fun vintage graphics on the calories hankie, and my favorite, orange and lime green color block hankie with fashionable ladies scattered about and one cute poodle.
These cocktail napkins caught my attention.
Six cocktail napkins with three different scenes will be such fun to use at a Mexican Fiesta.
This souvenir metal tray from Minnesota was priced at 25¢ I just couldn't pass it up.
This beverage serving tray has illustrations of Minnesota wild life.
My favorite thrift find is this mid century modern tape dispenser.
This 1981 Eldon Office tape dispenser with its sleek lines has found a new home on my desk. The best part it was only 25¢!
Looking forward to see what everyone else found this week.
I am linking up with:
Her Library Adventures, Flea Market Finds
Apron Thrift Girl, Thrift Share Monday
Me and My Shadow, Magpie Monday