1. A card I bought for $3 at Kingston Markets. There was a young chap manning the stall and it turns out he actually designed the cards he was selling. So I declared that art wasn't art unless it was signed, pulled the card out of the bag it came in and got him to sign it for me. The frame came from the stash of cheap black frames I have tucked away for just such occasions.
3. A monochromatic Dr Seuss style felted Christmas tree which was $8 at the Oxfam Fair on Saturday (same stall as the cats and the balls from that day's post). They tried to tell me it was really an egg cosy but I don't believe them one little bit. Egg cosy indeed - what a silly idea!
4. My first cherries of the season, $5 for a half kilo bag at the Kingston Markets. This is not a half kilo in the photo - it's what's left of the half kilo after almost 24 hours of (restrained) cherry eating. I particularly loved that they came in a brown paper bag. I felt terribly rustic dropping them into my shopping bag.
(Listening to: Depeche Mode: Ultra)