Tuesday, June 14, 2011

Monday's Treasures- This and That

Today I thought I would take a break from my attic treasures and show you some things I found while out thrifting. I had to go do some shopping this week, a girl can't stay out of the thrift stores forever!

I found this adorable cloche at the antique mall that I sell at.
It is actually made out of a glass candle holder with a cute little bird glued on, I may have to try this myself.
(Yes, I am supposed to be selling things there, but I can't resist some of the great buys there.)

There is a new thrift store in the same shopping center as Lone Elm Antique Mall, and I found this adorable cigar box purse there. What a cute 50's vintage print on this one.
This amazing frame was just sitting there waiting for me when I walked into the Salvation Army store.
It was marked $30, but it was 25% off of all pictures and frames that day!

I actually bought this desk several weeks ago at another thrift store in town. We set it in the booth until we had enough space at home to paint it.  It sold before we had the chance.
Finally this weekend, I took my mom to a couple of estate sales and she bought a whole bunch of great pieces for the booth. This hand painted side table is so sweet.
She also found a pair of these adorable vintage chairs with the embossed seat. They are in perfect condition.
They came with a cute little ice cream table that I will get a picture of next time I am at the booth.

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  1. It would be a problem for me having a booth in an antique mall. I would want more than I sold.

  2. Great buys, the occassional table is so cute.

  3. I really really really want that purse! Adorable!

  4. Fab finds! I especially love the great wooden chair with the embossed seat! :)

  5. Thanks for linking to Motivated Monday. What a fun post. When my artsy girls get together for our semi-annual sale of our art projects it is so hard on my not to go home with more than I brought. You made some great discoveries. Yay you. :)