Treasure Trove Tuesday - This Week's Thrifting Finds

Time once again for Treasure Trove Tuesday!

Thrifting Finds

I found quite a bit over the weekend :o)

This set of 3 pictures. I had originally only picked out one but then the woman selling them said they were a set for the same price! They seem to be a little dirty, I hope I can clean them up a bit and then do some of the quotes on them.

A paint-by-number... ugly frame... I think it would be much nicer in a bright frame... one of the colors from the painting.

I picked up this Marilyn book for my daughter's birthday coming up this month. She loves Marilyn!

I could not resist this picture... just look at that chubby little face!! I started to say little girl but on second thought it may be a little boy since they used to put them in dresses back then. What do you think? Girl or boy?

I love little wooden toys like this. You pull on the ball and the bear plays the piano! It's marked Leningrad on the bottom.

I have a thing for old trims so I was excited when I found a whole bag of them!

A mid-century modern pencil holder (sorry for the blurry picture).

This is actually a little girl's t-shirt but I loved the horse. I think it would make a sweet pillow or stretched over a canvas it could be a wall hanging.

I also found several garden themed items.

Isn't this little box of plant fertilizer tablets cute? It's empty but the box is so happy and cheery looking!

A couple of hand rakes. I have a collection of old garden tools so I'm not sure I'll be able to part with these!

And a 1950's garden book.

Some more baby themed items that go along with the theme of last week's {Treasure Trove Tuesday}. The little bunny would be cute holding cotton swabs or balls and the baby booties are very sweet!

Leaf shaped coasters.

A cute tiny glass. It's just one glass but I wanted to show the graphics of both sides.

Beautiful tea cups. I love the aqua insides!

Another coaster set... more of a beach theme with this set.

And I love this pitcher! I don't really know anything about it but it's adorable!

Here's the marking on the bottom.

An awesome fondue pot! It doesn't look like it's ever been used.

I love things that are in their original packaging still but it just makes me wonder how things have survived that long with their packaging!!! I throw it away with new stuff I buy... maybe I should start keeping them together!

And last but not least... the teaser shot is from this apron! Isn't it cute?

It has a little hidden pocket on the inside too... for what???

Hope you guys have found some great treasures lately!