We really don't get much snow in our area of Virginia, but today was
different. We were in the path of that huge snowstorm and got ten inches.
I figured the least I could do was update my blog and show you some
thrift finds. I'm still in the "donate" phase of cleaning out, that
doesn't stop me from thrifting linens and dishes, two exempt items. ;)
I found this wonderful tablecloth at an end of year sale.
The manufacturer is Marlene Linens, and the pattern is Jamaica.
Bold, colorful & modern...tablecloth love!
I always search the thrifts for odd dishes to use in my tablescapes.
After I do the tablesetting I usually re-donate.
I haven't done a tablescape with these yet, but like them so much they are in the
cabinet and we are eating off them, lol. Got at a local thrift shop (75 cents each),
not vintage, marked Home. Is that Target?
Don't they look great with this blue border Wilendur vintage tablecloth?
These blue floral by Theodore Haviland of New York (Goodwill $3.25 for 5)
look so pretty on this Violets & Lily of the Valley design vintage tablecloth,
Two dessert sized plates made in Hungary and nice quality (50 cents each),
and a creamer-pitcher that I
thought hoped was Russel Wright,
but haven't found a photo, so probably not. Anyone know?
Green apple design tablecloth manufactured by Marlene Linens.
& lastly few books from our Friends of the Library thrift, $1 each.
Tag Sales/Flea Markets by Martha Stewart
Best Little Houses
The Not So Big House
We read them, and if not a keeper, donate them back for resale.
The price is right, cost way less than magazines, and support our library.
Look at those icicles! It was windy and freezing, but made for a peaceful snow day.
I forgot Doyle's photo. He was helping hubby clean off the
cars. Here he is attacking a plant pot for some reason. Dog play!
Thanks for visiting.
Come back soon, I might actually do a tablescape! lol