Anyway, here are my finds from my post-Thanksgiving shopping.
These large cheerful poppy prints in faux bamboo wood frames look very 60s to me. They will cheer up my booth for a while. $2.99 each.
A vintage pyrex carafe with starburst pattern. I actually found two, but one broke on the way home. $1.99.
Yes, the horse lover in me always shows its bias. Great covers - at $0.99 each.
This vintage Japanese poodle planter is something I would not have picked up in a million years until I started reading Rae's blog and her love of vintage poodles (and learning a lot in the process). Now I have embraced all things adorable kitsch, and in the booth it will go. $0.99.
I love the industrial look of old pencil sharpeners. I have sold a couple of similar ones, but this is the biggest and heaviest I have found. And, hello - it's avocado green! $1.99.
This is my favorite find, and I am not sure I can give this one up. It is just so Eames Era elegant. Made in Romania (huh!?). Gorgeous at $4.99. Yeah, I am not giving this one up. It's my Black Friday designer deal - ha!
What did you find over the weekend? Have you developed an aversion to regular retail malls as well?
(Linking up with Apron Thrift Girl - the one and only)