Yay! It's Thrifty Love time! To those that sell your thrifted things I want to ask for pointers on photos. Do you shoot photos individually right when you get your things or do you shoot photos in batches once you have a collection of things or what seems to work best for you? Give us your best tips on that and any other photo tips you think might be useful.
The tips that I have for photos (or what works for me) are take photos outside. The natural light seems to do my photos the most justice. Also remove clutter from the background, It's distracting and sloppy looking. A solid (wall or poster board) or wide open background looks best. If things are gonna be in the background make them far off enough so that they just appear to be a blur. That's just my 2 cents!
So this week I have a few Halloween theme things to share with you. I recently picked up this house. I think It's adorable. I love the just a touch of orange on the pumpkin, and the vintage look of it.
It appears to say McCoy LTD on the side. Anyone know anything about this? Could it be a McCoy pottery piece? Huh huh huh??? I might be listing this one if anyone is interested.
I am not big on Halloween decor however I do like some things and I like them vintage looking. Each of these items were picked up on the thrift! You will notice they are all cute and happy lol!
How about you what kinds of Halloween decor do you like?
Now for some features from our last Thrifty Love party!
The Night Garden shared this lovely bowl.
I'd love to pick one of these up one day!
2ndhand Moon shares her wonderful spot at the antique mall
and her great score on a new to her shelf!
Tatter and Fray always has such neat things to share.
I had to feature these lamps cause you just don't see them that often!
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