Friday, July 31, 2009

Yard Sale Finds 7-31-09

I hit 5 yard sales today and the thrift store earlier in the week. Here's my stash.......................

Three primitive spools. $2 for all. I plan on removing the colored string and just keeping the bare spools.




Large outdoor lantern. New in package $5. This will work great with the patio off the new addition!!!!



Country Living Book 25 cents.



Country decorating book 25 cents.

Topiary $2. Berry vine 50 cents. Large cast iron birdbath $2. Small cast iron birdbath 50 cents.



Ceiling fan for the guest bedroom in the new addition $15. Looks brand new. This is Hunter brand (not the cheapy $39 one from home depot).


Brushed nickle light fixture $2.
Large decorative ball 50 cents. Bowl $1.
Children's rocking chair $4.


Distressed Plaque $1.


Dresses $2 each. For the girls. The blue, pink and brown silk one will look so cute with brown leggings.



Shirt $1 new with tags. I have been needing a new white shirt.
Two zoo themed scrapbook kits 50 cents each. Rocket engines 50 cents. These engines are around $7 or $8 bucks a package at Walmart. The hubby and son love to launch their rockets.



Sunday, July 26, 2009

Finds and a Table Redo

I found this old carved chair with down stuffing for $2 at a thrift shop!!!! Yes I said $2. Crazy!





Large 13 inch milk glass serving plate = $2. English transferware plate = $1.

Jars = $1 each. I have them full of cotton balls and Q-tips on the bathroom vanity.



Corelle plates = 14 @ 75 cents each. Large Corelle serving bowl = $2. I have been wanting these very plates for a long time. They are $3 a plate and $10 for the serving bowl at Walmart. I was in Goodwill and the employees wheeled out several bins of new stuff. I snatched these up fast. They look brand spankin' new.


Cake Platter = $3.50


Large French Toile Clock = $2


Large wood frame = $2.50.

Christmas bird nest = $1.

Two foot topiary = $3.50

Now for the table redo. It was a cute table the way it was. When I bought it I intended to keep it as is. It just works better for me as a sofa table. I bought the table at a yard sale a few months back for $20.


I really needed a sofa table and I didn't like how the table leaves covered the pretty legs so I removed the leaves, hinges and extra legs. I sanded it down and glued this wood decorative piece to the front. Then I gave it two coats of black paint. I love the way it turned out. Now I will have to come up with a project for the extra legs and leaves.