I was headed back from a doctor's visit when my car just pulled itself into a Savers thrift store parking lot. What was an addicted thrifting girl suppose to do but go in?
For just a quick look!
Low and behold I found a few quick pieces I just had to buy...
Now I don't need barstools since we don't have a bar or a counter to sit at, so they're headed to my booth. Less than $3 each.
I've been looking for a vintage cupcake tin for awhile, I've found several with 12 cups but I wanted a 6 cup. I was taking a second pass around, you know a just in case I missed something the first pass, when I spotted this, $1.49
A cute red/white enamel pot, $3.00
I couldn't pass up this cute clock, $4.99
I was happy with my few treasures and headed on home when I got a call from my friend Pat. Don't remember Pat? Well she my junkin friend, the one who sold me a drop leaf gate leg table that resides in my dinning room.
So again what's a girl to do, head on over to Pat's house of course!
Here are the treasures I bought from her....
Yup, another dropped leaf gate leg table..
Fully open she's only 42" long. I found out how versatile the tables are so she's perfect size for my kitchen. (don not look anywhere but at the table, my house is a MESS transitioning from fall to holiday decor). $65
Vintage drying rack, I've wanted one for so long too. I want to use it in my booth to hang linens from, but eventually for my laundry room, $10
A beautiful, made in Germany cake plate. On the bottom is the initial "R" and made in East Germany. It has pretty flowers on top, for shop.
Enesco cupid dish, for shop.
Very pretty pattern cut glass cake stand, for shop.
Old footstool for Mr. Charmer, $10. I'll be cleaning it up and changing out the fabric.
Vintage Santa Claus, he has a paper mache face, $5.
It turned to be a unexpected day to be Out junkin!
How about you, have you had an unexpected junkin day?