Thrifty Love {link party #22}

Friday, March 30, 2012

Back for another round of Thrifty Love? Yeah!!! Thanks much to those of you who took the time to answer my questions about the thumbnail images for the link up. I appreciate your time and am taking your comments into consideration.

I love having you all link up each week and love that when it comes to thrifted. vintage items most everyone is willing to help eachother out with information. I know lots of you sell your thrifty items. And am wondering if anyone wants to share any info about pricing. How do you price your items? Especially if it's a rare item not found on etsy or ebay to compair? I'd love your input and I am sure others would too. Also wanted to share that I finally added a few vintage listings to my etsy shop. I plan to add more soon. You can see them over there ----->,

Now how about those features?

A great school desk from Smallgood Hearth. And love how she said 
it only had a few carvings (no four letter words except "love"). That's great!

Woman in Real Life shares some lovely dishes from her fruit cellar that were picked up at a church sale.
Love those church sales!

Now for a few things I picked up starting with these great vintage jumbo push pins, still in the package. Why is stuff like this neat to me? Is that odd? I love office stuff!

An old school book. My how times have changed, you can tell just from the content of the book.

And a fun coffee mug for "Mother".

Linking up at:
S- Fleamarket Finds  M- Apron Thrift Girl  TuCoastal Charm, Frugal Treasures Tuesday T- Vintage Thingie Thursday, Treasure Hunt Thursday F- The Thrifty Groove, Vintage Inspiration Friday S- Penny Worthy Project, Happy Girl Collectibles


  1. You featured some of my favorite bloggers- all of the finds are lovely!

  2. Thank you so much for featuring me! You have no idea how excited that makes me! :)

  3. I'm thrilled that you featured me! Thank you so much!

  4. *Smiles* Thank you so much for featuring me. :)

  5. Wonderful features from some very talented bloggers.
    I just went to a free appraisal clinic today and brought several items I just couldn't find any information on. Glad I went because I would have sold myself short if I priced them without knowing enough about them.

  6. I loved all your features! And your Etsy vintage listings look great!

  7. Fun thrifty finds! Thank you for sharing this with us at last week's TTF party. I hope you have a wonderful day!

  8. You have found some very nice things to add to your shop. I have never been involved in Ebay or any of that, so I know noting about pricing. It is worth only what someone is willing to pay anyway.