Let’s just say I have a case of the Februaries. The lack of garage sales and quality tag sales is bringing me down. So today I tried out a few new thrift stores after dropping my son off at preschool for the afternoon. In two and a half hours I hit three stores, including the one hour round trip drive to get there. Two stores were duds, and one was pretty great and didn’t disappoint.
One thing I always check out and usually find are vintage scarves. They’re everywhere. I love the patterns and the only hassle with them is eventually digging my iron out of an unpacked box (don’t judge) and spending thirty seconds to iron them. This time I found amazing ones for around $0.75 each.
And, while I was slowly making my way up to the counter I found the first edition of Password! I didn’t think I would find it after passing up a $25 version at an antique store. But for $1.97 it is mine.
While Tammy may have every pattern of Pyrex in the world, I have the Butterfly Gold pattern almost exclusively. Except now. I found this promotional casserole dish in the Spirograph pattern. How this was still remaining in the thrift store is still in question.
The only thing I didn’t walk out with is this vintage stretched fabric piece. Part of me thought it was so weird and fun, and part of me thought it was too weird. At $0.97, I probably should have just picked it up. What do you all think?