16 Responses to “weekend thrifting”

  1. Ruth says:

    What a delightful ending to the thrift shop adventure! Rising dough invades crowded fridge….

  2. angie says:

    You had a bountiful weekend for sure! I love those prints (now I want some old sheets)! So many projects to start! I’m seeing fun little twirly summer skirts with those flowery prints embellished with some of those groovy buttons! Have fun, can’t wait to see what you are up to with valentines crafts.

  3. abe says:

    I am laughing at the bread…I think that has happened to me far more than I would like to admit.
    Love the books!

    • Rachel says:

      Oh the books…it didn’t happen with this trip but I have a problem with buying books we already have and love with the promise of sending them to H, M and E….I am stock piling them. Won’t hubby be happy when I send you a crate of books?

  4. Island Jays says:

    Look at that bread! It’s pre-sliced! What a crazy moment after a wonderful day!

  5. Jennifer says:

    Nice finds!! I especially enjoyed Danny Champion of the World as a child. So good:)

  6. CNKemper says:

    I love buttons! They make me happy. You could make a storyboard for your kids, with buttons and little characters and such. The faces of buttons always remind of me of the faces of people.

  7. Emily says:

    Okay….so I finally found where we part waters. I am sooooooooo not into crafty stuff. I LOVE art supplies for kids, and I enjoy doing art stuff with my children. But I don’t do craft. 😉 Perhaps one day…..

  8. Sachi says:

    Oh this sounds like so much fun. The thrifting is not so great in these parts until the weather gets warmer and I can hot the garage sales so it is lovely to live vicariously through you!

  9. Shawna says:

    I’m jealous of the buttons! I was just searching around the house last night to see what I could find around and didn’t come up with a collection that great!

  10. MJ says:

    Oh this is great! I have dreams of going thrifting and antiquing, but am always worried about how the kids will handle it. I am actually going to take them today so we’ll see how it goes. Love your finds!

  11. […] gathered red yarn and an embroidery hoop and tied a length of yarn to the hoop. We glued our heart pairs around the yarn (yarn going in […]

Leave a Reply