My thrifting break last week went well- I went a whole week without so much as setting foot in a thrift store! I finally broke down when we made egg salad sandwiches at work and I had to run to the thrift store next door to find an egg slicer. I found one, but I had to spend at least $5 to use my credit card, so I grabbed a few odds and ends to reach that amount. So you see, I was forced! Ha Ha.
Anyway, here are some of the odds and ends we've picked up lately:
I couldn't resist this colorful little pig for .90. The holes in the back make me think it's a pencil holder.
My mom picked up this vintage Brownie camera for me. It's in the space right now, but I wouldn't be too sad if it didn't sell. It would look cute on a mantel or as a bookend.
A Ballerina rose tray.
A porcelain dish with an intricate lattice and floral design.
How cool are these three wooden owls that Phillip found?
The dog paint-by-number has a sort of drama to it, no?
An old-fashioned advertisement, an anchor jewelry holder, and a postage scale.
A bowling pin, a bunny, and this cool little toy. We researched it and learned it went on a record player, where used with "Red Raven" records, it would reflect a picture that would come to life as the record spun. Phillip already sold it on Ebay for $50!
Well, that concludes my thrifty finds for this week.
I'll be linking up at Apron Thrift Girl, A Living Space, Sir Thrift A Lot, Joyful Treasure Hunting, and Young Heart. Head on over and check out all of the finds for this week!