What I love about the thrift store! {Link Up}

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Alright you guys are always finding some fantastic stuff! And many of you that sell your finds inspire me to do so as well. Yeah, I've been checking out your etsy shops! And some of you sell in consignment shops too.

Selling is a great way to keep the thrift hording to a minimum. It's satisfying enough to have these thrifted items in your hands for just a bit until it sells isn't it? I bet it also tackles that " hum??? but do I really need it" issue, doesn't it? If you do sell your finds let us know your thoughts if you don't mind.

Thank each and every one of you that linked up last week! Lets see a couple shall we? I said it before and I'll say it many more times, I'm a sucker for old Pyrex!

Look at this great set Kiss My Brass found! Is that great or what?


And check out this vintage mirror at A Woman of Notes. She found a couple others too, go see!

Lots of great stuff! Are you checking out the links?

Here are a few of my finds lately. I totally have a creamer collection! I love the small ones and I use them to hold EVERYTHING! Most are crystal or glass, so I kinda get excited when I find a small one that's ceramic.

 Vintage button refills.

And these baby's! I was so happy about this find because I have actually been putting off buying wooden spoons for about a year now because of the cost! I hate the cheap ones cause they get nasty real fast.

 Brand new in the package! And just look at that price! You can't beat that!

And this my friends is what I love about the thrift store. Thanks for reading! So what did you find?

Linking up at:
S- Fleamarket Finds M- Apron Thrift Girl Tu- House of Grace, Coastal Charm, F- Shabby Nest, Chic on a Shoestring Decorating, The Thrifty Groove S- Penny Worthy Project

5 comments

  1. Hi, thanks for the feature! What great finds you have! I have a collection of jugs too, small cream jugs, gravy boats etc from the 1930s and 1940s. But I've just had to pack them up for a few months while we are building extensions. I will miss seeing them!

    In the meantime I have to restrain myself from going thrifting tooooo much since we aree having trouble storing our belongings already.

    Great wooden spoons btw.

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  2. I just came on over for the first time and linked to your thrifty finds - fun finds - I remember my Mom having those button covers and using them on cushions that she made!

    I have one Pampered Chef spoon - and it does hold up very well!!

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  3. What fun thrifty vintage finds!Thank you for sharing them with us at TTF and have a happy November 1st!

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  4. Great finds! I am thinking about opening a shop to deal with the excess.

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