I'm almost back in the thrifting saddle again. If only the kids would stop getting sick! Okay, I guess they can't help that.
I did take the older one to a mediocre Goodwill on Monday when she was out of school and the other was in. She's pretty good to go shopping with. I found a few things for me (including a great REI toddler snowsuit for $4!), but the only thing I found for resale was a bag of five cross stitch and ribbon embroidery kits for $3.50. They weren't that amazing, but cheap enough to try.
I listed them on eBay, and was amazed when two of the ribbon embroidery kits went in within a day! Sold the last one within the first two hours of listing it later that week. I was surprised, as looking at ribbon embroidery kits previously sold on eBay didn't reveal anything amazing. But I was glad to have some success already from that random bag I picked up.
I was able to hit two thrift stores and an estate sale on Friday (which turned out to be more of a glorified, indoor garage sale). But I was able to find some amazing vintage stuff at Goodwill of all places. I never have luck with the one I visited on Friday, but I did very well there.
The first thing I saw was this amazing owl needlework pillow! I NEVER find things this cool, so I snapped it up right way.
Next up I found two vintage creamers.
Also, I never seem to find pottery that is very interesting, but maybe I've never really looked before. The deco one is made in Japan, by the Toscany Collection, but I haven't been able to find any more about it. Still have to research that one.
The flowery one is from England, and isn't that old since it says dishwasher safe on the bottom! Still have to research that, too.
Finally I hit up a tiny little thrift store that I usually have good luck at, and picked up some vintage children's clothing.
This sailor knit actually has snaps on the bottom so that it's a bodysuit. That seems so funny to me! I wonder if anyone actually wore it.
This next piece has seen some wear, but is in great shape overall. I love the green corduroy, and it even has snaps up the legs. What a great vintage clothing find for a thrift store! Usually I only come across things like this at estate sales.
Ready to get busy again next week picking up inventory. Now the kids are back in school, I can really start searching again to fill up the shop!
Linking up to Apron Thrift Girl's Thrift Share Monday.