My sheet collection is getting rather out of control, but who can resist ticking and gingham? I think I paid $3-$5 for each. The pink and yellow sheets have already been turned into some new bedding pieces for my girls.
And that turquoise gingham...I've got big plans for it. Yummy!
These dainty florals are destined for some room redo projects for my girls' bedroom as well. They are actually all fitted sheets that are stain/hole-free -- a small miracle find in the vintage sheet world. Again, I paid $3 for each of them.
I found a couple other sheets, but they've already been cut up for various projects (to be revealed later).
My biggest triumph would be that my kids have discovered the joys of thrifting as well. Now instead of complaining about having to stop at the thrift store they actually look forward to it. Check out some of their recent purchases...
After seeing the movie Soul Surfer my Hawaii-loving daughter found this rash guard shirt for $3. Aunt Renae is going to make her some matching briefs and then she's ready to swim. So cute!!
Nike's for my 6yr old who actually had no soles left on his "school" shoes. Bought for $8. Added a $1 pair of new laces.
And slip-ons for the my girls. I think they were $6 and $3/pair.
I have been on the prowl for an awesome pair of red pumps.
Just my luck I found this hot pair for $6
I tried them on at the store. Good to go. Bought and paid for. I was a happy girl!
Until I noticed the big number 9 sticker on them. Bummer! 'Cuz I am not a size 9. When I got them home I tried to walk in them (something I didn't actually do at the store) and they fell off. What was I thinking?! Too bad for me because I still think they are awesome!
(Does anyone want a pair of red patent leather high heels--size 9? I sell 'em to you cheap.)
So, what about you? Any good thrift store finds lately?
I'd love to hear...