My dear friend and fellow blogger Amelia over at You Can Always Start Now just published a post on twirling and pivoting and doing and enjoying crafts even if they are for kids. She loves to explore all the possibilities. Go over and read her post (linked above) to fully understand why I am sharing this with you. She always has the greatest ideas and today I found myself in the store that starts with $$ and ends with what rhymes with drama…and found the cutest little craft kit tucked in among the kids crafts. For a buck 25 how could I resist Continue reading Age Appropriate?? Crafts that is…
As the years go by, I seem to be pairing down on my holiday and seasonal decorating. However, that doesn’t stop me from picking up a few new thrifted items when the next occasion comes along.
I recently found a “new to me” thrift store and I purchased the following items which I incorporated into my Easter decorating scheme.
This was in the scarf section but I liked the size and the colors and thought it would be the perfect table runner. It cost $1.00
I found this large pink doily and thought it would look great with the scarf – only $1.00
Of course I needed an Easter basket and some eggs and as a bonus I found a cute little bunny to top off the whole thing. Another $1.50
The napkins were the last thing I bought for the kitchen and they cost $3.00 for four napkins. My total cost for my Easter Tablescape was $7.00 – definitely won’t break the bank.
I put a few other items around the house….the only other new item was the felted sheep.
That little adorable felted sheep was a whopping $0.50
The other items shown are things purchased from past years. I think it’s enough Easter decorating for me for this year.
Have you decorated for Easter this year or in the past? How much do you do? One room, two rooms etc and which rooms? Leave a comment and let me know – would love to hear from you.
Thrifted Easter decorations – it’s A Wandafulthing!
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