Sunday morning I found myself opening up the classifieds just in case there were any Sunday sales. Not only was there a sale but it was in my neighborhood. Keiran and I drove over there to wait the hour until the sale opened. We were blessed with the sale opening a half hour early. Four of us (and Keiran) were able to shop to our hearts content. It was a thrifter's dream.
Keiran and I must have done 5-8 sweeps (includes one circuit through every room) of the house. Each time I found something that I had missed before.
One of the benefits of our rental's 1950's 34 foot long living room is that there is ample space to fill it with thrifted furniture. I've had no problem doing so either. This is going to be my new writing chair when I'm working on my blog posts.
I asked to buy these vintage shoeboxes at an estate sale on Saturday in order to store crafts in them. I was so surprised when the woman running the sale said I could have them for free. Don't you love the colors. When I thrift I often will look at boxes, especially the vintage one. My goal is to have my entire studio full of vintage boxes of craft supplies vs. modern plastic storage bins.
Everything below the banner is available for purchase in Little Shop.
Mod Flower Necklace for sale here.
1970's Mod Cloth Napkins can be purchased here.
Small Wooden Toadstool Candles Holders are waiting for you here.
Mod Cloth Napkins can be bought here.
The largest collection of vintage pipecleaners that I have ever come across. They can be purchased per box or as a lot.
Did you go thrifting this weekend?
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