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Tuesday, July 12, 2011

Thrift Store Scores

So I hit the Salvation Army last Friday and I think that I was making up for lost time! Since I live an hour away from my favorite S.A. I don't get there as much as I used to. I ended up spending $48 even though most everything I bought was half off. I should be ashamed of myself but I'm not. Here is my haul! I'm still not quite sure how I got my total that high but, hey, it goes to a charity anyway, right?

This one will go on Ebay. As soon as it is the only one of its kind.

Isn't this cute? This is on Ebay now.

So is this salt shaker and pepper grinder. Aren't they cute??

Pink fitted sheet. This will become....something. Who knows?

Another pink sheet. This one has a future very similar to the one above it.

I just love this sheet. Really, really love it. Its on its way to becoming an apron. Or two if I can manage.

Hehe, brown with sunflowers. So happy for such a drab color.

I took the scissors to this one before remembering to photograph! It started as a hippie style maxi dress. That yellow was the front of the dress. Kind of a full length bib. Hideous. But I so love the ladybugs. I think I must have picked this one up 3 times before it finally went into the cart.

This skirt is not just a quilted pattern, it really is quilted! This will most likely become a tote or two.

This pajama top has such a sweet pattern and it is so soft.

Another sweet floral print.

I got this for the skirt's checker pattern. So cheery! It reminds me of a picnic tablecloth.
I have been having so much fun with upcycles lately, I cannot wait to transform this clothing haul!


2 comments:

Madison said...

Great finds Christine. I love the tea pot. I've never seen one like that before. Very cute and destined for a cat lover I think.

Madison xxx

The Old Block House said...

What a wonderful score! The yellow fabric is by far my favorite. I can't wait to see what you make with it.

gertie @ www.theoldblockhouse.blogspot.com