It was two weeks since I had been around to my regular thrifting haunts- Wednesday I went - it was a great day - I found something at every stop - except Value Village, no luck there, at all...
First stop - St. Vincent de Paul - it wasn't a big purchase - only 75 cents total, but I think it made my happiest - those knee huggers are just so cute..
These cute little guys were just in a bin of junk - their faces are dirty and need a little scrubbing and some glue needs to be used for the red cap
Look - they have the original sticker - Japan.
I know this guy is a newer version but he still looks pretty nice perched in the tree.
Next stop - Salvation Army, I have never bought so many things in there and all I paid was $5.25 - for EVERYTHING.
A Little Golden Book version - Rudolph is quite handsome with his nose so shiny and bright!
Five paper loot bags - not plastic
These crepe paper party crowns were in with the loot bags - there were three.
This box was full of vintage greeting cards, I never find anything like that!
The monkey card has a punch out figure on the back
I remember the Fuller Brush man coming around with his wares and who's Mother and Grandmother didn't wear one of these rain caps? Mine did!
Three Vera wing tip scarves
I passed glasses like this one time before, I don't know why I bought them, I just like them, I guess. I'll be listing them.
This hardcover was published in 1953 - I picked it up as soon as I saw it, the cover is sweet.
Another Vera, not one of her prettier designs - but you grab them when you can.
Today I'm linking up with Thrifty Things Friday and Thrifty Love