We’re moving on Monday! I can’t wait to show you guys our new house. Meanwhile, things are a mess around here, so my pictures are kind of wonky. Here’s what I found out thrifting this week:
Adorable little 1960s kid’s shell identification toy. Came with a few shells and some shell identification cards. Ruby and her friends already love this.
Love this little piece of needlework. It’s signed on the back with the year 1972.
Sweet blank sketch book. The pattern is called “A Walk in Paris.”
A little collection of cookbooks: Fondue From Around the World, The Complete Mexican Cookbook, In Defense of British Food, and The Make-a-Mix Cookbook.
I found this book way in the back of a bookshelf in a tiny thrift store I almost never go to. It’s the Lady’s Home Journal Book of Interior Decoration from 1954. The cover is kind of icky, but it’s FULL of amazing oversized mid-century rooms. Love.
Two adorable little woodland-creature paintings. They were five dollars for both of them.
Cute little mid-century modern white planter. I think I’m going to put my pens and pencils in it on my desk.
I picked this up every time I was in Savers for weeks, and then finally bought it when it was half off this week. It’s a spice jar/recipe box combo. I love that it even has the little stickers still.
It took me a month, but I finally found my jean jacket!
Abba! For 99 cents!
I loved these yellow bottles. They’re so sunny. And they were only a dollar each.
Mustard and butter yellow afghan.
Pretty china serving platter, serving bowl, and gravy boat. I’ve been using my hutch as a pantry for a year, and I can’t wait to have an actual pantry so I can display my pretties!
I love this little spidery magazine rack. It’s the perfect size to fit a few records next to my record player.
This is my favorite find this week. A pretty bamboo bird cage. I can’t wait to find out where it winds up in my new house!