Treasure Trove Tuesday - This Week's Thrifting Finds

It's that time again! :o)

Thrifting Finds

My mom and I managed to squeeze in a few garage sales on Saturday and then on Sunday my mom, dad, daughter, and I all went to an Estate sale after our Mother's Day pizza lunch!


I found these little mini pie pans and thought they were just adorable! I picked up four of them.


Love the colors of this little crochet pot holder.


I see lots of these trivets while out thrifting but I don't usually see any that are cute like this one!


I have found a use for ugly one's too though... here are a couple that I made over some time ago:


Back to the trove...


Kind of a cool old box... inside is an old hinge... I have a plan to do something with several old hinges I have like this.


I think these plates are so cool... I haven't ever seen them before.


I thought they would be appropriate for my {Little Boho Cottage} Etsy shop.



 Anyone know what this says?! Or have you ever seen these before? :o)


Another cute vintage pattern.


I love this little odd wedding couple!


They just make me smile!


I think this was the look on my face last time I got married! LMAO!


This  paper towel and wax paper holder is cute don't you think?



Love the pretty, soft colors of this handkerchief.


I just sold one of these wall hangings with a bunch of mountain goats on it, I think this one will sell too.


This granny square afghan is for my house. I'm in the process of creating a boho themed home so this will fit right in!


I think these old snack sets are cool. I think they would be fun to collect different sets to have tea parties with... they are so easily stored in their cute little boxes it would be easy to have a whole collection and not take up much space at all!



And last, but not least, my mom found these paintings for me. I think they will be cute with some quotes added to them!


That's it!


Hope everyone has a great week!


10 comments

  1. Love the wax paper dispenser. I sold my two off a few years ago and wish I hadn't. The wedding couple has made my day. Very creative way to makeover the trivets.

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  2. My mom used to have a wax paper holder back in the 60's. I think it was stainless steel tho. You don't run across those too often.

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  3. Your plate says "Edith, the practical woman, will never dress only for men after having faced the crisis of the Great War in a new style created by Chanel." I may have some verb tenses wrong - my six years of French classes were a long while back!

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    1. Wow, thanks Joyce! I love the plates.

      Tania

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  4. Some great finds, Tania! Like Donna, I love your re-do of the trivets--you saved them! Hope you're having a great week :)

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  5. Fabulous find as always :) the granny square blanket is my favourite - I have made a couple for my own home and they are just so snuggly and warm

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    1. Thanks Lorna. I wish I could crochet or knit... I'd have blankets all over the place! :o)

      Tania

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  6. Great finds! I am loving the trivet makeovers. I will look at those with different eyes from now on! The afghan is very pretty and will look great with your boho style! Hope your week is going great!

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  7. I have seen an idea for a large hinge that I'd like to pass on. Paint the hinge all over in any color you like. Rip a small piece of coordinating cloth and tie it into one of the corner holes. Bend the hinge the one way that it stays open. Now, it makes a ledge that you can put a photo or postcard on, or scrabble letter tiles that spell out a word or phrase, use a magnet to make sure that a small piece of paper doesn't blow off, etc. Maybe, now that I've written it out I won't forget it. I need hinges!

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