It has been a sweet and simple beginning to 2019… Advertisements
Oh my, this whole year has come and gone so quickly… Many amazing and wondrous things I’ve found, new experiences, and lots of learning along the way! Gosh, when I look back at all the amazing finds, I think this year has been quite unique compared to others. I’ve come a long way, and must […]
On Friday, mail was back to normal. So, I was able to pick up these items that came in!!
Last week, while doing my usual searches, I found these cute figurines available for purchase in one of my fave online shops…
Today, I received an interesting lot of goodies via Yahoo Japan. At first, I wasn’t going to bid on the Lot. But, then noticed that the included an item, that would make another item, I already have in the shop, complete?! Yippee! Here’s what came in today…
I won a Lot of vintage ceramic coin banks from Yahoo Japan! They arrived to me today and I’ve already listed a few of the banks in my etsy shop! The lovely lot included a Rune Naito panda, sweet deer couple, Ado Mizumori girl, etc…
Oh my gosh, one of my favorite posts to date. I was able to find these amazing items, through instagram and Yahoo Japan. Here’s what they are… First, a lovely friend via instagram was selling some gorgeous vintage steel key holders. She had 3 up for grabs. Sadly, I was only able to get one, […]
Here are some rare items I found just before my trip to Japan! This sweet baby plush, I found while doing regular searches via etsy. I love her deep blue color. She is about 10 inches tall and made in China. A very sweet face. May need some touch ups. She arrived from Belgium. She […]
I received a few boxes the past few days from Yahoo Japan, and here’s what came in… A Finder’s Service commission below. Lovely cute needle felt animal by Japanese artist.
Here’s what came in the past few days… This adorable vintage lamb I found through ebay. Quite unique I must say, and she is nice and perfect. I will add her to the shop soon… She is made in Japan and still has her sticker, probably around 1960s.