Sister wants me to bring some thrifting luck with me since as you all know, treasure finding in her area has been pretty dismal. Maybe I should warn her not to read this post. She may get jealous.
It's just about time for Maddie to break into her cookie cutter collection. A nice lady at an estate sale let her have all of these for a dollar once she heard that she collects them. I can picture the mess in the kitchen now. Thank God it's also time for Pomegranate Martini's too.
It's been awhile since I have brought home a new donkey. He is not the cutest one ever but I couldn't leave a donkey behind. I have learned to ignore the looks from my husband whenever he notices a new one in our decor.
I can't remember if I have already shared these cute shakers with you. I got them at the customer appreciation sale at my favorite antique mall. Miss Maddie has picked up Sisters habit about bringing home cute orphan shakers. Good thing that we don't frequent the animal rescue shelter as much as the antique stores. Cute dogs (and not so cute) are one of my many weaknesses.
So I have mentioned a few times recently how much I miss Maddie when I am at the sales and she is at school. She has such a good eye and since she is smaller, she can squeeze in between people and under tables much easier than I can. Plus, people are a lot nicer to her than they would be if it were me! Anyways, we were at a sale together recently and once we got in the door, she took off. When she found me, she was so excited to show me what she had found
I asked her if the box was empty and I wish you could have seen her face when she took of the lid and showed me this
I couldn't believe it
All twelve of them were there (dirty faces and all). Maddie had seen them in the pictures online and was on the hunt for them the second they opened the door. I love that girl.
Linking up with:
Coloradolady for Vintage Thingie Thursday & Thrifty Things Friday at The Thrifty Groove.
Until next time...