Friday's Find: Estate Sale Vignettes

Thank God it's thrifty Friday, Friends! Today I'm sharing some of my recent estate sale finds and the simple vignettes I created with them...

Vintage mirror

I love the patina of this old mirror and it paired perfectly with the vintage lipstick case, another recent find.  I've had the vintage postcard for years, adding it to the gray flower frog creates a lovely display.  



Vintage McCoy baby shoe

Baby shoes are so sweet! The tiny crocheted slipper was missing its mate, but stole my heart just the same.  The baby blue vase is McCoy pottery.  I just added lavender from my garden and one of my pretty linens.


Vintage teapot

I have used this fun chalkboard sign and mini embellished pedestal for my salt and peppers, several ways.  Back in the spring, it was with bottles of blooms.  For now, I switched out the bottles for this thrifted aqua teapot for a fresh summer look.  Do you like my jeweled spout? 

Here's a few more finds for my Etsy shop:


Etsy: Thrift Store Addiction


Etsy: Thrift Store Addiction


Etsy: Thrift Store Addiction


Until next time, happy hunting!




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7 comments:

  1. I love that chalkboard stand and the books! Red...ah, my weakness!

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  2. Great finds Cecilia and YES, I love the jeweled teapot spout and the table setting.

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  3. I love how you make vignettes with your finds. What a fun way to share them with us!

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  4. Looks like you had a very productive day! Great finds!

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  5. The mirror is fabulous! You don't see something like that everyday. Wonderful finds. Hugs, Jo

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  6. All of them treasures! Love the jewel on the teapot!

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  7. Ooh, pins and turquoise...love the combination. Thank you for sharing your vignettes at VIParty.

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