I LOVE IT! Where can I get one? ;)Cute blog you've got here. I am oh so glad I found it.
Until I saw your spray snow can collection, I never knew that people collected old aerosol cans! I guess I shouldn't be surprised though, folks collect everything else!
I find old cans at estate sales usually in the garage just sitting on the shelves with all the other paint and chemicals. At the swap meets they sometimes turn up in tool boxes and boxes of spraycans that were packed up and put in storage. I started collecting them when I was looking for something new and that I could find out in the wild that was not going to cost much. Most cans are 1-5 dollars when I find them so I have assemble a nice collection without going broke. I also started my christmas tree hanger box collection the same way. There are a few cans that seem to go for more like a Red Devil Paint can on ebay a few months ago. Beliveit or not I placed a 65.00 bid and still lost it to another bidder. With all the odd ball cans out there you never know what will turn up. If I ever come across and extra hair spray can Taryn I will let you know.
Thanks, Tiki for the WONDERFUL information! How fun! I can't think of a better way to pay homage to the greatest invention known to woman, or man for that matter! :) I love my hairspray and I love fun vintage knick-knacks such as this! You've got such wonderful goodies here. Please do keep in touch, should you find another one of these! You're very kind!Taryn
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