I'll start with my "prize of the week" - an awesome Christmas stocking for $1.00!
I found a nice roll of vintage wrapping paper, and a silky soft red/black scarf (which I'll use for a tablecloth). I've been looking for a scrapbook or photo album to put all my mother's 1951 shower/wedding cards in. I chose this floral fabric-covered one.
This cute little girl with a polka dot scarf is a Fenton (red sticker included) mug and the mini creamer/syrup is a no-name. The selection of blingy earrings, at 50 cents each, will be added to my craft stash.
Two boxes of vintage red bulbs and two old tart tins that had been painted as decorations.
Three small glass jars, and a set of 2-1/2" tall spice (?) cans - Meister, made in Brazil.
I was pleased to find an HRM turkey cutter, along with a holly one. A fun bag of pink, silver, and cream bead strands will be put to good use, I'm sure!
I was also happy to find this interesting vintage planter, made in Japan, to add to my collection!
Last is a group of vintage Christmas money holders and one card. In the post below this one I've shown them individually so you can use them if you wish.