For the most part I’ve been trying to stay out of the thrift stores because I am busy purging and donating stuff to make way for auction and yard sale season AND I find the prices this time of the year a bit too steep.
It is also hit and miss at both thrift stores and auctions as everyone is on their own schedule when it comes time to purge. However, over the last few days the temperature has been steadily climbing and I feel that I am starting to feel that Spring Fever in my thrift hunting/auction going bones.
It is also very hard to resist doing a once around the thrift store when you are there anyway dropping off donations – so I admit I give in and take a look to see if there’s anything that catches my eye.
I did manage to find a few thrifty items, some are for me and some I will sell. I didn’t find all of this on the same day…ahem, I made a few trips to the donation centre.
Welcome back to Vintage and Thrift Hunting this is Post #10. I know its been awhile since my last post but life took a twist and you have to go with it when these things happen. Everything got put on hold, including my addiction for hunting for thrift items…eeek!
Happy to say, I’m back at it and can’t wait to share with you my latest thrifty and auction finds.
The first item I want to show you includes a before and after – I had this cute little jewelry box for quite some time, put it up for sale a couple of times but no interest. Then I get a message from a friend who had an idea for her work space and was wondering if I had a jewelry box – I sent pictures, she loved it and the rest was all her.
I think my favorite part of owning vintage cast iron frying pans is the fact they connect us to the past. For me, they bring back memories, especially of my dad cooking bacon and eggs for everyone in a big ol’ cast iron frying pan whenever we visited the cabin. He still has that pan and he still uses it.
We scored this rusty cast iron frying pan at an auction not long ago for a song because most people thought it wasn’t worth anything. The hubs knew he could revive it 🙂