I never find anything. But i am looking for a deep wooden box or storage bin to craft into a ballerina toy box
I know right?!
Quoting waffa:a handful of expensive designer stuff I can wear to work, that I would NEVER buy new, for $45
a handful of expensive designer stuff I can wear to work, that I would NEVER buy new, for $45
I like the dress you found. It's very cute. I would love to go through the old medical text. That kind of stuff fascinates me.
I love thrifting too but I havent had a chance to since having kids :(
8 pairs of True Religion Jeans in DD's size. Nearly $200 jeans for $7.99 each, with the tags still on them! Brand new!
We have a goodwill near here where everything is in giant bins. It's best to wear gloves to sift through stuff. And not have morning sickness because the place smells pretty bad. It's generally separated by adult clothes, kids clothes, toys, glass things, electronics, shoes, etc. A person could spend hours there. Almost everything is sold by weight and it's pretty cheap. I was on a crafting kick where I was painting jars and vases and other containers to use as votive holder things and I came out of there with a cart load of glass containers one day for a few dollars. I've seen some funny stuff there like weird costumes. My best find was some old vintage wooden miniature Christmas ornaments that were inside of a box of cards. It was 3 cents.
Also my community has a virtual garage sale page on Facebook. I got a cute little wooden doll cradle and a huge stack of kid's books for free and a like new toaster oven for $5.
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