Wednesday, July 9, 2014

THRIFT SHOP STOP!


I haven't been to a thrift shop in a dog's age! Finally, I hit one yesterday before I went grocery shopping.

Any of you heard of the British author, Dick Francis? I've read a few of his books in some old Reader's Digest Condensed Books. They always have something to do with horse racing and they were very good stories. I found two hardbacks that I'm delighted with! Also, two strands of clear-ish beads.


In addition, I found a pretty Christmas plate made by Pickard China, U.S., a fun Christmas wind chimes that's double-sided and needs detangling, and two Ocean Water scented votives by Yankee Candle.


Also, a pretty Mason (England) Vista china tea cup, sans saucer. Three vintage hankies and a tablecloth (?) that's 24 inches square. I question it because it feels and looks like a men's handkerchief, but it's so large that it fits a small table. Who cares!



I haven't joined up with Rednesday in a while and this display is a perfect excuse to do so! Hi Melody!

7 comments:

Terra said...

You scored, girl, way to go. I think the Dick Francis books will be good. Let me know.

~Damita's Pretty Wrap~ said...

What sweet and cute finds! Good thing you stopped in before grocery shopping! Love your things you got! :) Have a great rest of the week! xo Holly

Sweet Bee Cottage said...

Great finds! I haven't been thriftin' in forever. Need to go soon, but I have so much I need to photograph and list on etsy, I dare not go. I'm starting to get my blogging groove back so I hope to buzz by a lot this summer!

acorn hollow said...

great finds!I run a used book store and I can not keep that author in stock.
Cathy

Melody Brown said...

Hi Sue!
I am sooo happy you came for Rednesday! I really miss hearing from you. All your finds are great....hey wait a minute...if the Thrift Shop were a slot machine you hit the jackpot...
3 cherries!! You are lucky.

Linda @ A La Carte said...

Lots of fun finds! I love Dick Frances and have read most of his books! Both of those are good. Love the hankies!
Hugs,
Linda

Amy Harper said...

Sometimes a "thrift store visit" is better than any therapy or medicine! Like your treasures.