3.19.2011

Thrifting Finds.

Well, the title is only partially accurate -- some of it was just plain finds.
Like the most awesome 70's radio just sitting on your great grandparent's counter kind of find.
The "This would go perfectly in my room" kind of find.
The makes your heart skip a beat kind of find.
The "Where have you been my whole life?" kind of find.
The "Will you marry me?" kind of find.
Okay, okay, you get the point.

FAVORITE THING EVER.
Four mugs + four snack plates + four dinner plates = $6.99.
Also, as I was checking out, "Memaw" thought that they looked familiar. All of a sudden it dawned on her... She had gotten the same set of plates as a wedding gift. Priceless.

Plate = $7.00
This baby's going up on my wall.

-Rylie

6 comments:

Emily Shae said...

I love thrifty finds! Simply adorable. :)

Thanks for stopping by my blog. I appreciate the comment, too. It's encouraging to know that somebody is actually reading my blog! :D

God Bless,
Emily

Amber Rose, Laughing With Broken Eyes said...

You have no idea how much I hate you right now!

It's official. I'm going to get dressed, put my makeup on, and go thrifting!

Jennifer said...

Hello, this is a small world! My hubby's grandmother has those dishes!!! Wow. I saw them and said "I know those!"

SavedthruLove said...

small world indeed! I love the pictures of these little plates. So adorable. Can't wait to have my "own" plates... teeheehee.

Your cute. i enjoy thriftstore shopping as well and I got two amazing tops the other day at goodwill for 8bucks *(which honestly was a stretch :/) and have received numerous compliments... Really amazinggg the thrifting benefits... lol

♥cheche

Stacey said...

Thank you so much for your comment on my blog! I followed your blog earlier today but got distracted by the kidlets and never left a comment. I love your blog and can't wait to read more. Love that you love vintage and love that you love Jesus. Nice to e-meet you! :-)

Diana said...

My parents had those plates when I was a little girl. I think we have one left (that survived).

Thanks for bringing back memories :)