Thank God it's thrifty Friday, Friends! At the last estate sale I attended, this little vintage Scottish terrier figurine caught my eye. He's molded and on the bottom, marked Made in Japan. Available
I wonder how this cute collection of Winnie the Pooh character appliques was originally used. The back views suggest some type of clothing. In the right hands, the assortment could be cleverly crafted for a sweet baby quilt or a felt board story. Available
I used quite a bit of tulle for Christmas decorations last year, when I found rolls at the dollar store. This thrift store bolt is wider and an even better bargain. Not sure exactly how much yardage is left, but I'd estimate at least 10 yards. I plan to keep track of it as I cut it, to figure out how much I paid per yard.
It's hard to go wrong, when buying craft supplies at thrift stores. I prefer the oval embroidery hoops and they seem to be harder to find. There are 12 yards of the pretty lace for $1.
I can think of several fun ways to use this chalkboard planter!
Until next time, happy hunting!