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I've been on a little bit of a thrifting binge lately. It started when I saw this pin on Pinterest and I thought, "I've seen that before with vintage wine glasses." ...pause while the wheels start to crank... "I LIKE IT."
Next thing I knew I was charging around to all the local goodwills and antique shops like a thrift-crazed rhinoceros buying up all manner of little bits of awesomeness. I should note though that we have instituted a "buy something, leave something" policy in our house in order to protect from buying lots of unnecessary "stuff." So if I go thrifting, I bring a box of things to donate.
I got those three gorgeous wine glasses at a little antique shop in downtown Augusta. Frankly, I'm surprised I survived. That place was so crammed full of crap I was having a hard time navigating the narrow aisles without tripping eyeball-first into a rack of creepy old dolls. What is it about porcelain dolls that is so darn creepy? I bet those little fuckers wanted me to trip and fall, so they could feast on my organs while I was incapacitated. Assholes.
Tucked way under a table I found these vintage trays. They were way under there; probably they weren't actually for sale. Or maybe someone hid them so they could come back later and buy them. HA. YOUR PLOT IS FOILED.
I found these mugs at a couple different Goodwills. The four stacked in the back are cool cause they're oven safe! I can't wait to bake something in them. And I am in love with the mushroom mug. It's the perfect shape for me cause it's big so I get more caffeine per cup and the top is tapered so it's slightly more of a challenge for me to spill.
And I found this skirt for $1.25. Yes it's about 8 sizes too big for me. Literally. In this picture it's folded in half lengthwise. But it's so pretty!
And here's a pic of the whole lot. Not a bad haul. None of the mugs were more than $0.80, and the glasses were about $2 apiece. The trays were more at $8 each. That's how much I liked them. The woman who rang me up didn't get it. "I dunno. They're like cafeteria trays... Well, I guess there's some kinda ass-thetic appeal." And then she puckered her lips at me like an irritated camel.
I actually realized later that the light yellow wine glass has a crack in it. SAD FACE. Oh well. I'm gonna turn it into an open terrarium. You've seen that tutorial, right?
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