Hey there junkers and thrifters! Today am sharing my mid-summer junkin’ finds round up! Despite a very strange time in our world with many shops being closed, few yard sales, and various other social distancing practices, I somehow still managed to safely score some finds amid the crisis. Some of these items were purchased when my favorite consignment shop reopened with social distancing measures in place back in late June. Others were from neighborhood yard sales, and a few were trades I made with fellow vintage junk-loving friends.
Guten Tag my friends! I have been promising to show you some of my summer junkin’ finds, and I am happy to finally have a chance in between blogging, gardening, and our kitchen renovation to share a quick post with you. Today I am introducing the two little orphaned 1950’s German dancing dolls that I recently adopted from a local consignment shop for only a few dollars. *This post contains affiliate links. Please see my full affiliate disclosure policy for details.
Hey there friends! How’s your summer junkin’ and thrifting going? So far my junkin’ season is off to a great start! Despite being a little strange with all of the concerns about social distancing I have still managed to luck into some great finds. Last weekend a friend of mine posted an old wicker rocking chair on facebook for $30. I had been wanting a wicker or faux wicker rocker for our front porch for quite some time, but new ones can be pricey, and old wicker pieces are usually in poor shape.
Hello friends! I am thrilled to share some fabulous Friday finds that I lucked into on my first time “back on the junkin’ trail” since the shelter in place began in March! It’s not the actual finds that have me so excited (although I love my new treasures) but that fact that life is returning to some sort of normalcy, and that is what actually allowed me to luck into these treasures. *This post contains affiliate links.
Well friends it seems like time is flying by faster than ever and Thanksgiving will be here and gone before we know it. Thanksgiving is my favorite holiday, and I have so many ideas to share, and so little time! Today I would like to introduce you to an adorable pair of primitive style pilgrims I found in October at a consignment shop. *This post contains affiliate links.