And $6? Then you can get pretties like these! I made a quick trip to the post office to mail my grandson's birthday package and just had to stop at our local paperback exchange--which happens to be next door to Goodwill. I was in a hurry because I had someone coming to the house to pick up some clothes, but how could I be so close to my beloved GW and not at least go in?? I determined I would just make a quick walk through--not even get a buggy (side note: yes, it is a buggy--not a cart). That way I couldn't get
much anything, right? Well, it was a good idea in theory anyway!
Thanks to several blogs I frequent, I can't pass up a tray anymore. This one was a whopping $1.99! It has a glass insert with an oval matting thing underneath. After close scrutiny, I found small screws on the sides, which means I can remove the glass and put something under it. Suggestions?
I spent last week with my daughter who has a tiny kitchen. Bless her heart, cuz she loves to cook and hasn't much room to do so. Don't tell her, but I found this beautiful breadbox and am planning to surprise her with it. What do you think--red or heirloom white? This was priced at $2.99, but was 50% off.
I also have developed an affinity for brass. But apparently it has to be weathered and worn for me to love it, and this was no exception. The $1.99 price tag didn't hurt either! I've bought several pieces like this recently and haven't cleaned any of them--and don't intend to! This baby will go on my husband's dresser with a couple of others like it.