Thursday, January 26, 2017

January Thrift Polish Share

January Thrifted Finds (no garage sales), visited thrift stores all over my area, lots of driving over several weeks. 

Below is a kindling holder, pair of vintage white gloves, a french themed small sign, bellows, copper pan and a sock darner.




The hat reminds me that it is Robbie Burns Day on Wednesday January 27th this year.




A small project made from stuff from the free table at the thrift store  - a banner for children.


The vocabulary cards are in French and English, blocks with holes through the middle and the bundle of blue/white cording were all found on the thrift store free table.



Polished cotton in bright pink showcasing an extendable black metal hook, polished brass  candle holders, two egg cups with pink roses and a pair of Italy salad servers, all from the thrift store


Pink and pretty. Copper glazes, pink gloves.



Kitchenware, a Johnson Brothers Fruit Sampler Platter, 3 blue flowers on white egg cups, a Johnson Brothers Hearts and Flowers cereal bowl, dark wooden spoon, one cup measuring scoop with green and cream paint on the wooden handle, a round and a four sided grater, white and red well worn enamelled roaster and a salt and pepper hen set in a basket, all vintage finds.



Blue bird, framed print of a blue chintz cup and saucer, vintage  Apothocary Jar, (translated as Red Poppy Petals) and an ornate naturalistic blue teapot




I found the ornamental Red Rose Teapots in the toy section of my favourite thrift store, some have tiny chips and some were just fine, dust still in place. The snow has melted and yard cleanup is going to take time, lots of branches down, still too wet to walk on the lawn.


Vintage Mix - an well used individual school chalkboard, one glass salt shaker, a Grindley England Laburnum Restaurant Individual Condiment (sans lid), a lovely hand turned vintage rolling pin, a crocheted doily (which I borrowed for this picture) and a small glass basket (almost invisible) sitting on the top folding cookie tray.


Quick peek again at the January thrifted finds.




The blackboard framed a faded plastic lined artist's bag. It came with pastels, watercolour paint set, 3 sketch books and 2 letter sized canvas.





Always fall in love with art supplies when out thrifting and I know it is getting time to start sharing the growing collection with others, perhaps an art teacher or after school program.

Partylite holders, lovely.




Some very happy little finds.





Thank you for visiting.

Featured by:
Donna @ Two Chicks and a Mom Feb 4/17

Sharing with:

Thursday
Have A Daily Cup of Mrs. Olson, A Delightsome Life, Saving 4 Six, Adirondack Girl at Heart, Embracing Change

Friday
Funky Junk Interiors
Under A Texas Sky, Two Chicks and a Mom, Reviews Chews and How To's, DIY Vintage Chic, Diana Rambles, Pieced Pastimes, How Sweet The Sound, Little House Big Alaska, Chic on a Shoestring, Ms. Toody Goo Shoes, The Cottage Market

Saturday
Sweet Inspiration, Life on Lakeshore Drive, Across The Blvd, Strawberry Butterscotch, One More Time

Sunday
Love of Home, Rustic and Refined, Creating My Way To Success, That DIY Party, Nifty Thrifty Things, Eclectic Red Barn

Monday
Dwellings The Heart Of Your Home, Lets Add SprinklesA Stroll Through Life, Country Mouse City Spouse, Our Home Away from Home

Tuesday
Stone Cottage Adventures, Knick of Time, The Cookie Puzzle, Fluster Buster


Wednesday
DIY By Design, Savvy Southern Style, To Grandma's House We Go, Raven Would, The Thrifty Home, The Essence of Home, Katherine's Corner



24 comments:

  1. Oh you found some great goodies, Joy!
    My favorite is the beautiful apothecary jar!

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  2. You made some great finds in the thrift shop! I have been staying out of them since I'm downsizing but you know I'll shop again soon!

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  3. Great, great finds! The Estate Sales are really hot and heavy here. It's too unpredictable weather for garage sales yet. Won't be long!!

    Judy

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  4. My faves: the blue teapot, wooden spoon, bellows and copper pot. Oh, and the Johnson Bros fruit sampler platter. Fun finds!

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  5. I love the bluebird. They are one of my favorite birds. We had bluebird houses, but the storms that came through a few years ago blew the trees down where we had them.
    I need to build more houses.
    Jilda loves those antique dishes. We have a few, but she would have many more if we could afford them.

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  6. OH MY GOSH you found everything I want, especially the blue and white egg cups and the artist bag, Good finds for sure

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  7. You have certainly had a good haul of treasures this post
    Lynn x

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  8. Love to see your finds
    I loved the hunt but I have so much I have stopped and cleaning out
    Keep looking so I can see what you get
    HPS
    Laura

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  9. Great finds Joy ... especially love the kitchenware display. Love how you display them for the pictures too.
    Hugs,
    Audrey Z.

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  10. That vocabulary card garland is my fave. Great finds!

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  11. Happy Monday, luv your Vintage Share, i have one of those graters, the square one

    much love...

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  12. Great finds and I love the banner you made! The Bluebird of happiness is special! I have a few of those too! Hugs!

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  13. Such treasures you found this month, several items might find their way home with me from this selection, love the bunting that you made with the items from the free table.

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  14. You really found a lot of great stuff Joy. I especially love everything in the first photo! I've never been to a thrift shop that had a free shelf. Thanks for sharing with SYC.
    hugs,
    Jann

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  15. You found loads of great stuff! I'm a sucker for old metal graters, so those are my favorites.

    Thanks for sharing them at Talk of the Town!

    Angie @ www.knickoftime.net

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  16. January was a great month for you, Joy! The bunting you made from free goods is just darling and I love the majolica-style teapot. Thanks so much for linking up your finds with us at Vintage Charm :)

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  17. You found some good treasures Joy. The vocabulary cards caught my eye, what a fun way to learn words in another language. This gives me an idea for my daughters

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  18. Great vintage finds. Thank you for sharing your finds at the Snickerdoodle Create~Bake~Make link party!
    Pinned

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  19. What a wonderful bunch of treasures! My favorites are the teapot and apothecary jar. Thank you for linking up at Ravenwould!

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  20. Of course, I was most taken by your French vocabulary cards. Thank you for sharing at Monday Social.

    Judith

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  21. Joy, your vintage fins are wonderful. I especially love that little blue bird. Your post is our Most Clicked from last week's Snickerdoodle Party. All of the co-hosts will be featuring it at tomorrow's party!

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  22. That was so much fun! My favorite thing is to look at vintage finds, no matter who finds them!

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  23. Joy, the blue and white dishes are nice, the tea cup print and blue tea pot are my favorites. Great finds! Sylvia D.

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  24. What a great haul! Thank you for sharing it with us! #FuntasticFriday

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Thanks for visiting. I read and appreciate all your comments. Joy

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