Ready to see some of my latest thrift store finds?
First up we have a little table that you may recognize from a previous post. I bought it for $4!
Next is a vase, also from the aforementioned previous post, which was purchased for 50 cents.
I picked up this cute portable record player for my husband for $10. He’s been pouting ever since the kids broke his record player 6 years ago, so he’s pretty excited to dust off the record collection!
I got this cute little owl for $1.
This little pottery bird is made by Tremar U.K. and was purchased for $1.
This cute little bowl was also $1.
As was this little hinged shell box.
This perfume decanter was from a fancy shop, and still had the original price tag of $29.99 attached. I paid $4.
I love this cute little watercolour print!
I have a thing for old lamps. This one was $6.
I got this cute little fan for $2 at a yard sale.
This pretty little urn was a whopping 50 cents.
And finally, one of my favourite purchases, and a story to go with it! Last time my husband and I were in Montreal, there were lots of artists selling their beautiful watercolour paintings of Quebec, on the streets for $20 each. I wanted to buy at least one painting, but then I started to think, “well, where am I going to put it? Do I really need one?” We didn’t get very far outside of Montreal before I started kicking myself for not buying a painting or two. So about a year later, what do I come across in a local thrift store? Not one, but TWO framed watercolour paintings of Montreal! I was so excited, and even more excited when I realized that they were only $5 each!
Happy thrifting, everyone!