It's that time of month where I share my Goodwill finds. I have continued to show restraint in my Goodwill purchases but I'll let you decide that for yourself after you take a look at my purchases from the past month.
My favorite find from this past month, a ceiling medallion for $1.99. Ok, so it's made of plastic but that means it's light and will be easy to hang. I might have to introduce this medallion to Annie Sloan, though.
I amassed a collection of glass bottles. Each was .49 cents. For $2.50 I have a milk bottle and a few mason jars. On my to do list, to make a mason jar sewing kit or a mason jar wedding kit.
This lamp is one of those things that made it into my cart and I debated buying or not. For $3.99 I ended up deciding to buy it for Grace's room. My hesitation was that it was made out of plastic and not glass. Ironic since the vintage faceted glass lamp I bought in February was made of real glass and was a dollar cheaper. Nonetheless, for a child's room, I think that this $4 plastic lamp will be perfect.
In addition to having a soft spot for glass lamps (and plastic ones), I am also drawn to vintage tins. This large tin was .99 cents. I love the spring feeling it has AND, I think it might be a perfect addition to Grace's birthday party (yes, I am planning her party already!).
In hopes of tempting Spring to bring us more warm days, I bought a new
to me summer dress for $3.99. I am ready to put my jeans away for the
year and pull out my flip flops and summer dresses.
Finally, though not a Goodwill find, I collected 13 dainty, flowery handkerchiefs from a local flea market. Along with Spring, flea market season has also started. What, might you ask, do I plan on doing with 13 vintage hankies? You'll have to wait and see!
What great deals have you gotten this past month?
Until next month, happy thrifting!