Last weekend, I ventured out of my Texas Summer hibernation and returned to Canton with a few pals and Miss Quinn Frances who, I must note, was the most chill baby ever to ride in a car for 3 hours and ride in a stroller for 3 hours without a fuss. Thank you for being you Quinn!
SO… I thought I would share some of the goodies that I spotted. It’s like watching American Pickers. Vicarious thrifting!
Rows and rows of vintage boot. Can someone get me over my fear of used shoes? It would open a world of footwear opportunity for me.
Board game covers would be so excellent framed in the nursery.
As would vintage pennants. Wish I had snagged a few at $1 each!
And there’s more after the jump! Remember any comment you leave this week could win you the pretty Alexander Henry fat quarter. Tell me what you can’t believe I left behind. Or tell me what you have found lately. Or tell me what I need to do to get over my fear of used shoes. I’m listening…
Quilts that I wanted to rescue from their life on the road and take home and love.
Wouldn’t these be so cute (and awesomely creepy?) all painted white and filled with succulents as centerpieces for a party? I have just one, my toothbrush lives in it.
These dishes spoke to me but I was able to ignore their cries.
Thrifting note: Taking photos of items does not help in negotiations. This cute lamp would have been perfect for a little makeover but dude wouldn’t budge below $20.
This was just pretty.
This was just funny.
This little pink flip-top desk would have been perfect for the craft cave, don’t you think?
And this was a GORG scrapbook filled with vintage greeting cards. Should have nabbed it at $15.
Piles of hand-embroidered pillowcases for pillowcase dress perfection.
And just as many handmade aprons at $3 each.
Before leaving town, we had to make a stop at the fried pie shop, one exit south. I know we have been talking healthy food all week but, come on, every once in a while you need to indulge in a fried pie.
Quinn liked the cherry best!