Sunday, June 24, 2012

A Great Week for Thrifting

Even though the yard sales were terrible again here yesterday, I don't think I'm going to break $1 this season, I've spent 75 cents so far,  I bought  nothing  again - I guess if you're looking for novels, baby clothes and toys, you'd be all set - but, I'm not, so I came home disappointed.  But, I really shouldn't be because I was at the thrift shops on Thursday and went to a church sale in a nearby town on Friday- those days are why I can say it was a great week for thrifting.  The first seven pics are all from the thrift shops


An ice bucket - complete with tongs which the clerk was going to charge me extra for!!   It's a tin bucket, the inside liner is removable, the handle is leather like.  It's called Barret Ware - a Celebrity Ice Bucket, made in England - as soon as I saw that sitting there and the cute design, it went into my basket - it was $3.99


Three juice glasses made by Dominion Glass of Canada - 30 cents for the three!


I thought this was for condiments but after researching, I see it's part of a cream and sugar set with a stand - made by Gemco - I think this will be put right to use as I broke the every day sugar dish just yesterday!!  Price - 25 cents!


This beautiful 525B Pyrex hostess bowl was just sitting on a shelf at the Salvation Army with a bunch of plastic bowls - if you can believe it, it was $2...


I know this is an odd thing to buy at Value Village and I thought it was really a strange thing to even see there but it wasn't opened, for 99 cents a package, I was buying both of them.  I use parchment all the time for baking,  it's $2.99 at the grocery store.  



These little deer were in the showcase at Salvation Army, I asked how much they were, 50 cents for you she said, they were marked $1.  They are a heavy plastic - the material reminds me of somecolored dice we have - they were made in Hong Kong.



Fifty cents for each Vera scarf!


I went around twice at the church sale and this was the only item I had picked up, I thought to myself, this isn't going to be very good if this is all I can find.  They're cute though, I think I need to straighten up Mrs. Claus' glasses.


I know this isn't a very exciting purchase, but Carla is looking for older jars, I don't know if this is really what she wants but I took it anyway, I imagine she'll take it!  It doesn't seem like that long ago that we were still getting peanut butter in glass jars.  

Then I spotted the games...


I remember Mousie Mousie from the fair - when they used a real mouse - you would never see that now!!   I think we're going to be playing Mousie Mousie.....




I know how much old tv related board games are - we just saw some last weekend selling for $30 and up - no way would I ever be buying those..

The Partridge Family was my favorite show growing up - and for some silly reason, I still like it!!!   Sure wish I had saved all my Partridge Family trading cards, I spent enough allowances on them, all I have are some albums... When I saw those magic words sitting at the bottom of the stack, well, you can imagine, I  put that jar and Christmas ornament right down so I could get my Partridge Family game..  I don't think it was ever used, if this post wasn't so long already, I would have included the boards too....  I paid $7 for the games, jar and ornament - the games will be going right to the game room....

I'm linking up with Flea Market FindsThrifty Love and Thrift Share Monday







15 comments:

  1. Love the Pyrex!

    Smiles,
    The Joyful Thrifter

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  2. I have recently found 2 of the red pyrex bowls and they are different sizes, one with a lid one with out.
    love the ice bucket!

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  3. Wow Jill, you had a great thrifting week! I love that vintage ice bucket...so retro! You were lucky to find all those vintage games.....I know you love old games, lol! And, a red Pyrex Hostess for $2...you can't beat that! Vera scarves too! You did well!

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  4. Great stuff Jill! I love the ice bucket and the juice glasses!

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  5. That was quite a load of fantastic stuff!

    Those board games are the best! I remember watching all those shows...

    And what's not to love about the red Hostess dish!

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  6. You found some great games, love the Six Million Dollar Man.

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  7. Wow you really did well at the thrifts. Love the games and that ice bucket! Of course Pyrex always makes me smile. Good shopping! Hugs, Linda

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  8. Oh how adorable! I love your Santa and Mrs. Claus, the deer figures and of course, the Pyrex! :)
    -Denise

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  9. Beautiful scarves! But I think my favorite thing is the Six Million Dollar Man game. So cool. I LOVE that show.

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  10. All of your finds are great, but I especially like those deer, which I think I had when I was little, and that Partridge Family game. That was my favorite show too, and I remember using my tape recorder to record the songs from each episode. What a dork I was!

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  11. They used a REAL mouse back in the day? LOL so sad! Well you did great considering those darn garage sales now a days have nothing but baby clothes.
    Going to email you!
    Erica :)

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  12. That is my favorite shape of Pyrex bowl! Love them!
    Cool vintage games, too! I've never seen the Emergency one.

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  13. the ice bucket is very cool! As is the Pyrex. It it square shape? Thanks so much for sharing at cap creations.

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  14. Oh you found some great items. I had those deer when I was little. I had a field trip to a zoo and I bought them. They had chains to the Mommy deer. I had totally forgotten them. Thanks for the memory.
    Karen

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  15. I love that Pyrex bowl you picked up - what a deal!

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