But I wanted to share some of the treasures I found during my vacation.
Because I have more than enough clothing -- enough to garb the entire mature, plump women in a small town, actually!-- I did not shop for clothing. (That's not to say that I didn't find or buy any more clothing ..... just that I'm too embarassed [and lazy] to tell you about them!)
My thrifting this summer focused on concentrated on household goods. Household goodies like these.
|Something I've been searching for several years (but wouldn't pay the reg price of $20-$30); my patience has been rewarded -- $4 at Frenchies.|
|The perfect lampshade for my antique lamp ($6) and the perfect pillow for my favorite chair in front of said lamp ($4)|
|A couple of lovely vintage items: a Canadian centennial 1867-1967 water pitcher (a big WOW at $4) and a depression glass milk jug at $6.|
|This gorgeous little depression era jam pot was bought at a little antique store; the "50% Off Everything" sign had me screeching to a halt. I paid a scandalous $12 for this -- but I fell in love.|
Your turn now. Did you find some wonderful thrifty finds this summer that you haven't shared yet?