That's what Thrift Share Monday feels like for me, so I love it. Here are my "wares" from the past weekend of tag/estate/church rummage sales:
|Milk glass - I especially love the candy dish - both only $1|
|Yay! An old tube radio -- Randy LOVES these, this was in great shape|
even though only the AM works - $5 at a barn sale.
|3 strings of lights and upholstery tassel trim (for future guitar projects) a|
pretty tin and a quilted lined lunch bag -- this pile cost me $8.25
|Note cards, vintage rick rack & bias tape, very old matchbook and|
what I THINK are "BeDazzler" bedazzles, but what I am going to use as
push pins on my inspiration board or hammer them into a guitar
|One of several 60's era Life magazines I picked up|
|Things have not changed, the media are still freaked out about |
"subteens" growing up too fast. Watch out for those FANCY HAIRDOS!
|You know you want it...it's FESTIVE.|
|I'm very excited about this issue which is in EXCELLENT|
shape and is FULL of photos that I can use for decoupage
|One of my HOLY GRAILS!!! This is a reproduction,|
but it was way cheaper than it would have been if I bought
it online, which I have been hemming and hawing about.
I love it, it brightens up my kitchen.
NOT SHOWN: Art Deco End table for $5 - I need to clean it up and I'll post the before/after shots. I also picked up what I THOUGHT was a costume jewelry ring for $5 -- silver toned with faux sapphires and diamonds...but today I noticed that it was stamped 14K inside the band. Now I'm wondering if it is in fact, real. I also picked up some Pyrex but will post that in a different post as it was drying in a dish drainer last night while I photographed the other stuff.
I am linking to Apron Thrift Girl, Thrift Share Monday -- because I want to see everybody's wares.