On Mother’s Day, I was looking through old digital photos and found a few pics we snapped at antique malls and the like. I no longer recall where this little kitschy duck was found, but I still had to share him.
Consider it training, hunting for vegetarians (depending upon the donut recipe), or just a silly party game, this vintage shooting gallery game idea came from that vintage donut party book.
Some old costumes at Exit 55 Antiques in Fergus Falls, MN. The black one has orange pom-pons and cardboard pieces (jack-o-lanterns and crows) stuck to it. The traditional dotted clown costume is and truly terrifying because clowns are scary.
Is that someone’s little brother or sister in a chicken costume?! Nope, that’s a real chicken posing with the kids in this vintage Halloween snapshot.
Another one of these cards passed out by school children. (If you’re wondering why these vintage valentines have circled numbers written on them, go here.)
A vintage Hallmark valentine with a boy pirate, complete with an eye patch and a parrot on his shoulder who wants to “capture you, Valentine!” (It’s up for auction now!)