Happy “vintage cottage weekend” friends! As you may know, we are currently renovating a 1926 home in our neighborhood and have plans to move in late spring. I really want to have a clutter free new home, so I am working on purging a lot of excess decor and unecessary items that will take up space. The vintage dish hoards are the first thing I am working on sorting.
Happy Fourth of July friends! Today I am super busy planning my potting shed, sorting junk in the garage and basement that will be going in the shed, and moving some plants around too. No big plans for the holiday, just barbeque chicken at home, a few sparklers and fountains, and staying cool and out of crowds since “you know what” is peaking again and my husband is just getting over round two.
Summer is here and it’s time to hit the junkin’ trail for thrifted vintage treasures for the garden!
Today I am excited to be joining a few fabulous blogging friends for a monthly get together with a thrifted theme! It wasn’t hard for me to come up with a round up of my own several rusty, crusty, shabby vintage thrifted garden treasures I have collected over the years that give my garden extra vintage charm and unique style. You will find links to my friends’ amazing thrifted posts at the end of this post.