The steal of my year was three vintage jigsaws for just 10p. I did query the woman who said 10p but obviously she didn’t see the potential in the jigsaws that I did. I happily handed over my 10p coin and took the jigsaws home.
The jigsaws were all made from thick board, cut into a few pieces and showed a cat and a dog, both in a similar style, and a third jigsaw of a clown character. I knew that the cat and dog would look amazing if they were framed and hung in Edward’s nursery.
I clearly had no understanding how much framing cost but we took them to our local framers’ who did a great job for quite a lot of money. Fortunately they look fab.
We’ve hung them quite high on the wall as I would hate to come into Edward’s room one day and find him playing with the jigsaws on the floor! Edward’s nursery is really simple but the jigsaws stand out. I’m always on the look out for more vintage toys to add to the look.