Little Goodies...


Isn't he a cutie?  Recently, at a garage sale, I found two small boxes full of cute little goodies...vintage cupcake toppers!
These little gnomes are made of rubber and were probably part of a Snow White set.  Wouldn't they be fun in a fairy garden?


This wonderful set of little rubber birds would be charming there too!  I hadn't seen any like these before...




There were lots of hard plastic holiday toppers, too... like these Santas...


little felt stockings...


Halloween toppers...



Valentines...


and Easter pieces...


These might have been used for baby showers...


I remember when all the bakeries used these and I always used to save mine to re-use on our homemade cupcakes...a fun find!

Until next time...

24 comments

  1. That is a great find....I saw somewhere a while back someone put all of those kinds of toppers in an apothecary jar...it was really neat to look at!

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  2. You have plenty to top off your cupcakes now! Fun for all occasions.
    Have you been having lots of rain? We had some last night but the other storms have gone north of here.

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  3. You found some pretty great old cupcake toppers!

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  4. I haven't seen those in years. I have a couple of the Santa/Elf ones that I use on our little German feather tree as ornaments but I haven't seen the other ones- SOOOO cute- xo Diana

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  5. These are just the sweetest little treasures.

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  6. Hi, Linda!
    don't those look like fun? I like the idea of a Fairy Garden.
    I've been wanting one of those...still haven't done one yet.

    cute little treasure! Pat

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  7. First, great new profile picture! what a great find, that's the kind of find that keeps us looking!

    Carol

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  8. They really are unusual. Love the little birds.
    Liz @ Shortbread & Ginger

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  9. Wow, what an assortment of toppers. You hit the jack-pot. I love finding little goodies like that. Smiles, Susie

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  10. What a fantastic find!!!!! Those vintage picks are darling! the birds and gnomes....SWOON!!!
    I am just starting to emerge from this fog of sickville that I have been in. I am catching up with my favorite blogs.
    Are you getting lots of that rain?????
    Hugs,
    Kris

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  11. These are so cute .... I love the idea of a fairy garden. They would look good stored in a glass jar too.

    Karenx

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  12. Love the gnomes! I think all of the toppers would be adorable on cupcakes, and the kids love them!

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  13. Linda,
    Great finds, such fun toppers.
    Thanks for sharing.
    Michele

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  14. Those gnomes make my heart go pitter pat. Lovely!!!

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  15. OH MY! so many toppers, -love the old elf ones ,and the birdies are totally wonderful, dear Linda. You had so luck with that find.
    XO,Dorthe

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  16. Those cupcake toppers are amazing! They make me want to bake cupcakes!

    :) karianne

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  17. What an incredible find - I especially remember seeing the Santas on christmas cakes as a child...Thanks for sharing your vintage finds with us. Sharon x

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  18. Oh my goodness I like the Halloween ones Linda. Thanks so much for your darling comment about CC.

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  19. I am so green with envy, I love stuff like that! The Halloween and Easter ones are my favorites

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  20. They are cute! Time for some cupcakes I say?
    Have a great weekend!
    xxx Liz

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  21. This is what I call a great day at the sales. I just adore the birds and the Halloween items. Congratulations on the great finds.

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  22. What wonderful goodies. I LOVE the little birds!

    Hugs,
    Donna

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  23. You always find the best things! Wish I'd thought to save mine. Mimi

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  24. Linda, What great finds. The snow white set is from the late 1950's and quite a treasure. Love your header!

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