Every so often, one of our local thrift stores has a "Stuff A Bag" sale. Everything you can fit into a bag for five dollars, plus tax.
Every thing you see in the first five photos of this post were stuffed into my bag.
Frames, fabric, boxed cards, pompom fringe, a stitchery kit,etc:
Argyle sock kit, sash, brocade-like fabric, Hallmark candle holders, ribbon, place mats:
Pillow cases, finished needlepoint canvas, cards, votive holders, a floral tablecloth:
A gorgeous floral western-style shirt, like new:
Another one of my "thrifted" top and bag combinations:
And I didn't even show you everything I stuffed in there. When I got home and added up all the price tags on my items, my total would have been $52.36 (including tax). Do I know how to stuff a five dollar bag, or what?
The remainder of today's items were found at other thrift stores recently. An hand-painted egg cup from Italy, and two vintage Takahashi ceramic (or are they pottery?) items:
A truly lovely stitched pillow:
And one more wearable combo for you - so pretty in yellow and blue. I love the look of the two together:
That's all for today!