|I love this unique recipe box $1|
Finally, a neighborhood yard sale. There isn't much vintage in these newer housing developments, but I always manage to find some. Each item came from a different sale.
|25 cents for this adorable tin|
|Found this beautiful table cloth for 50 cents|
|Another for 50 cents|
|My favorite find, a Hazel Alta Ivy mixing bowl for $3|
|A mint condition cracker tin and a tiny milk glass chicken ($1, $2)|
|I grabbed these Shiny Brites from a big box of old ornaments and the lady only asked 25 cents. I'm kicking myself for not just grabbing the whole thing and digging through it more later.|
|On the thrift front I found another coffee can for my collection. $2|
|And this very old spice bottle for less than a dollar.|
|I need my flowers to bloom so I can fill this can up!|
|The sweet friend who decorates the church for different things gave me this crate after I raved about it in her Easter decor. This is what I did for it for now.|
|This amazing table cloth was 1/2 price ($2.50) at a little thrift store|
|A splurge I couldn't pass up. I sold at an antique shop and took some out for this amazing jug.|
|This juice jug is in mint condition and I love this little frog linen from the thrifts.|
|I found this little plastic shaker in a box at a thrift for $1.00|
|I couldn't resist thrifting this 1918 book...the cover is amazing! $1|
The Flowers started blooming before I posted...so here they are.
Linking up with Share Your Cup Thursday
I'm so glad more sales are popping up! I'm ready for summer.