This past Wednesday I had a chance to go away for a few days, my husband was away for the week, so I met up with him mid week - I had two days to myself to check out the antique markets and thrifts in the area. My favourite warehouse is always the Freelton Antique Mall - I might get there twice a year but I always come away with something - I think deals are to be had, even though some of the merchandise is crazy expensive. I also hit the two antique malls in St. Jacobs and one in Cambridge. That was along with a few Value Village stores, a couple of Salvation Army shops and a St. Vincent - it was a great couple of days... I picked up quite a few nice books too but I'm going to save them for another post. I also picked up a few other items for gifts and for the Easter swaps - but I can't ruin those surprises!
This is bad - now I am branching out from Christmas to Easter blow molds, isn't this a sweet bunny? I've never seen one before. He's missing the light but we'll get him hooked up. He was $4.
I was happy to find one Vera and it's a really pretty one.
Three Liberty of London and one Oscar de la Renta - all to be listed for sale
Side view of the $3.99 cup
This is my collection of Charcoal Snowflake - the 2.5 qt casserole, oval baker, divided, the space saver in the stand, which is JAJ and now my new one. Love this pattern!
I'm linking up today with The Nifty Thrifty, Junkin Joe and Thriftasaurus