Once again it’s time to show your thriftstore/yardsale treasures. Be sure to visit Rhoda at Southern Hospitality to see more!
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I think I’ll start with what I bought at Hobby Lobby this week since the prices were just as good as going to Goodwill! All the pictures will enlarge if you click on them.
I got all that for under $9!! They had a few aisles that were 90% off and I got the picture for $4 and the iron hinges for 80 cents. I rubbed a little black onto the frame so that it would work with what I already had.
As you can see, I hung it with some other crosses in our hallway.
Then at Goodwill I got these two large shells.
I’ve never decorated with shells until this year and I’m really enjoying it! I hope to find a big piece of coral at the thriftstore one day!
My favorite thing that I did last week was with some spoons I got at the thriftstore! I saw this idea on Suzanne’s blog and she was so helpful in explaining how to do it!
You need some old spoons or knives. If you use spoons you have to pound them flat. Then you use a Steel Letter Stamping Set and hammer away!
I think these are so cute and you don’t have to worry about them disintegrating in the garden. I’m sure these will last a long long time. I already made a couple for a neighbor which he loved so I think these will make great presents for my gardening friends!
I grow herbs in my garden but I always have a few in planter right outside my kitchen for easy access!
I’m going to make some for all the different variety of tomatoes that I’m growing. These were really easy to make and Harbor Freight had THE best price on the stamping set even with shipping included. My local stores wanted to charge almost 4x’s as much!
Thanks so much for stopping by and have a wonderful week!