For the last 2-3 months on most weekends, I have enjoyed garage/estate/thrift saling so much ! I have discovered that I'm pretty good at it too. Not only do I find treasures, but I also get to meet nice and very interesting people, like I did with Carol. Carol teaches a class on how to make your own fresh mozzarella cheese and yogurt at one of the local community centers. I am signing up to take this class from her in October.
I'm working on bringing a feminine touch to our home here in Minnesota with things I like and make me happy.
This is my dresser in our bedroom and above it is a bookshelf, which I have removed all of the books (except for one) and made it my own.
Thank God for very generous relatives!
Laura, Hubby's cousin, has been cleaning out her house, and I happen to be the very lucky and grateful recipient! Thank you Laura!
It amazes me how all of these three pieces go together. The radio belonged to her Dad.
I fell in love with this clock, bunny and tiny little frame!
I have a love for purses, mostly leather, but recently I have developed a love for vintage purses. I found this one at an antique store. It was my lucky day. The store was running a 50% of discount at this one booth. Mine!!!
Now this purse, I found at an estate sale. It was the last day for this sale, and I came home with it for a mere $1. Both purses were made in Japan.
The light tan basket/bag has been my summer schlepping bag, or as I call it "my Birkin Bag"! It has leather handles and it was only $1.
The small dark basket on the top shelf will become my sewing basket.
I see I have more space on the top shelf...which means...I just have to continue hunting for special treasures!