Tuesday, November 12, 2013

My Thrifting Mojo is Back!

 
It's been weeks since I found anything worth sharing.  I think I hit the jackpot
on this purse...not because of the purse itself,
but because of the buttons.
There are hundreds of buttons sewn on this baby. 
It's not something I would carry,
but I will use the buttons for other things.
How many mother of pearl buttons does
$1.99 get you at the fabric store?
It's a cool find!

 
 
Thinking of someone as cute as a button...

 
A small girl in NY will enjoy this puzzle,
though her daddy is freaked out by the rooster sound.

 
A few vintage ornaments.

 
Three brand new Food Network Christmas napkins.
In person they sparkle!

 
A little collection of glassware and a small bamboo cutting board.

 
This was the pick of the day...a small round table.
Looks like it might have been a shop project.
Such pretty lines, and sturdy.
It was in some one's garage for a long time...
How do I know?

 
It's written right on the top.  Thanks for stopping by.  Enjoy this beautiful day.


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5 comments:

babs said...

What a find! MOP buttons galore. i like the napkins too. Looks like it was a good day.

Melanie said...

Were you at Savers yesterday for their big sale? I ran up there yesterday and only found a few things, nothing too exciting. I was looking for vintage Christmas decorations - nothing. No "good" magazines (I love their 29 cent section!) either. Found a few tops (50% off) but I haven't even tried them on yet. :-) You found some nice things...are you going to paint the stool? The buttons on that purse are gorgeous.

Charm Bracelet Diva {at Home} said...

Love all your stuff! That purse is a work of art! I use MOP sometimes in my jewelry. Love that little stool/table. I'd be slapping paint on it right.about.now:)

RetroSandie said...

Savers! Yaaaayyyy! One of my most favorite places to go (besides the craft store)!! You found some goodies - which is always fun - can't wait to see how you fix up the table.

Lynne said...

I like the GARAGE find . . . . looking forward to seeing what you do with it!