These little deer are part of Maddy's figurine collection. She got one from my aunt and I found it's friend at the flea market. I told the lady who had it at the flea market that it was for my daughter and she gave it to me for half price. How nice!
I needed something cute to store pet food in and this large tin was perfect. I got this at the flea market too. I think it's way cuter than a plain 'ol bag of cat food.
So I had mixed feelings about this Made in Japan cookie jar. It doesn't have any chips in it but the paint is chipping off in some spots. What changed my mind? The $2.00 price tag. I use it to hold water flavoring packets on my counter. Just about every vintage item I buy, I use in some way or another. It may not be for its original purpose, but it gets used nonetheless.
I found this Kromex range set at a 2nd hand store that was going out of business. Everything was 40% off. It was a pretty big store and this is all that I found. But I love Kromex so I'm okay with not finding anything else. I only paid $1.30 for the set.
I hit the jackpot at an out of town Goodwill on the Taylor Smith & Taylor dishes I've been starting to collect. Someone must have been doing some spring cleaning.
These are part of my newest collection. Kissing salt & pepper shaker sets. I got these at a church rummage sale for $1.00. Pretty cute, huh?
That's all (for now). I'm really looking forward to the lazy days of summer. Hope you all are too!
Thrifter Sister Erica