I have friends and relatives who would never darken the door of a thrift store. Maybe it’s the dim lighting or the smells (I admit, sometimes the odors are NOT good), or maybe the clientele (myself not included, of course!). They just don’t know what treasures they are missing!
Look at what I found on my latest excursions. . .
A vintage wooden tool box with the lid! All the panels slide into each other. So very rustic. This will be a keeper.
A tinsel chick (for really
cheep cheap), a vintage pink felt bunny still in the package, a ceramic rabbit climbing over a fence (Brer Rabbit perhaps?), and a bag of basket confetti. The tinsel chick and ceramic rabbit will probably go in my antiques booth, but the other things will be great for crafting.
This will be great repurposed as a shelf for the booth. It already has that chippy paint look that is so popular right now. Gotta change that paper and sand down that corner, though.
I couldn’t pass up this sweet little Victorian boy holding his dog. He’s so sweet. The frame is cool, too.
This old metal Florida souvenir tray would be cute in a beach cottage or vacation home. It will be going into the booth soon.
You just never know what you might find when you visit your local thrift store. There’s always something different and unexpected, and sometimes, you score!
Do you have a favorite thrift store score?