Since 90% of my wardrobe comes from the Goodwill this was a fun treat. Ok, on to the thrift junk
Let me start with a little story. About a month ago my van died. It had a good run (it was 14 yrs old) but when they told me it ended a new engine, I knew it was time for a new vehicle. I found one on craigslist in a town about an hour west of me. So I called my mom to see if she wanted to go with me and look at it. Since it was an hour away, I had the great idea that we could stop at all the little towns on the way there and check out the thrift and antique stores. Our first stop was actually not that far but we found a thrift store I had never been to. I found my favorite find of the day there
Inside were 4 tiny metal cots, a wooden chest, table, chairs and playpen. You might remember that this summer I found a box that had a bunch of tiny plastic dolls in it. Well they just happened to fit in the wee little cots
It is the cutest thing ever. I couldn't find anything like it on the internet so maybe it's handmade? Wouldn't it be cute decked out for Christmas? And so much easier to decorate than a real house!
Here's the table and some tiny books that were also in there
This pic is with the whole structure removed. It's not attached so you can take it apart. Check out the linoleum.
I haven't decided what to do with it, keep or sell. It takes up some room, but oh my, s'cute!
I found lots of great Christmas items too but some are presents for a certain someone that reads this blog so I can't show you.
So the tiny tot nursery was my best find but my best purchase was this guy
Ain't it a beaut? Jeep Patriot with plenty of room for junking and hauling all my thrifty finds!
I'm seriously in love with it. Road trip anyone? I'll drive!
I'll leave you with a vintage holiday decor picture. This is my Hoosier, all decked out in red, green and white.
It needs some greenery me thinks. Well, it's getting late and I want to get up early and shop so I must get some sleep. Till next time...