Hello, folks! It's been a while since I've had some thrifted goodies to share with you, but I think you'll enjoy seeing the latest. It's sort of a mixed bag, but I think the diversity of items you can find at thrift stores, in flea markets and at antique malls is part of what makes the quest fun. The first thing I have to share is this cute needlework sleeping cat pillowcase I found at the Salvation Army for $0.79. I don't know if this was machine done or someone's project (I'm not patient enough to do needlework myself so am not familiar with how you tell) but I thought it was fun.
And it reminded me a little of someone at home. Someone who did not need any coaxing to pose with her likeness...
The next thing I found was this 70s carnival glass candy dish at the Goodwill outlet in North Versailles, PA. It's dusty, but don't let the dirt fool you. It's in surprisingly good condition considering it was hanging out in one of the outlet's large, mish-mashed bins.
And last, I got this pretty, slightly shabby transferware tray. It's a bit uneven around the edges with wear and tear, but it suits the colors of my diningroom and really has a nice Victorian feel.
Cloning-- the answer to my multi-tasking might be making myself a clone. :) What do you think?
Have a great rest of your week!