Category Archive: Thrift Scores

I’m a Sucker for a Handbag…

Last Sunday, we decided to check out this Jewish Food Festival in our city- they had posters up promoting the event weeks before, so we figured it would be pretty good. We arrived… Continue reading

Back to [Pre] School 2012

For the last month or so, I’ve been gradually collecting “pieces” for my son Oliver’s back-to-school wardrobe. I’ve found some great stuff  at great prices, items that’ll be sure to keep him warm… Continue reading

Bit By the Collecting Bug

My first encounter with collecting came from a love and admiration for Milk Glass. It was something about it being of another era, about the many patterns and designs it came in, about… Continue reading

Kitsch is Cool

According to Wikipedia… Hah, I beg to differ! I personally find kitschy wall art one of my favorite things…I’ve been collecting them here and there as I’m out on my thrifting adventures- from… Continue reading

Perfectly Pyrex

Oh, pyrex, how I love thee! Look what I found at the Salvation Army in Healdsburg yesterday…for $2.80! I feel like I struck gold, especially after finding this same piece selling on Etsy for $24.99.

Something Old…

My younger sister is getting married next April, and her wedding style is going to be vintage-y, classic, with burlap and lace…something like this: So, I’ve been super excited to help hunt down… Continue reading

Rummaging For Gold

This church near my house advertised for their annual rummage sale about a month ago. I was happy that I was home this past weekend and was able to attend! I arrived right… Continue reading

It Must Be My Lucky Day…

What the?! I opened up the Valpak Coupon mailer to find this glorious treat inside: This is the first time I’ve seen a coupon for a thrift store. 

Today’s Thrift Hangover

Wanted to post some pics of my recent thrift haul…check it out:  

All dressed up, and nowhere to go…

I try to check out at least one local thrift store  a week, and then I post a review under “Out & About”. Recently, I visited the Petaluma Goodwill and found two really… Continue reading