So, well, yard sales in our area haven't been as terrific as the countryside ones, but you know? Tom and I still go out on weekends expecting that God will have scattered things we needed here and there for us.
And wow. Today ol' Debra hit the Mother Lode.
Some of my best deals:
The lamp, above. $3
This awesome (heavy!) door-knocker. $3. I'll probably paint it green before hanging it on the new red door.
This cool old bookcase. $10. (I was able to get rid of two smaller ones. How fun to 'play books' again today.)
This tiny iron patio table. $1. I spray-painted it yellow.
This cute figurine candle holder. .50 cents.
This wreath. $3. I'll spray-paint it (perhaps
white yellow) then hang it on our new red door. (Included was a metal clock with autumn-type leaves which fit in the center.)
These cool blank cards. $1.50. I framed two of the fairy cards--they're beautiful.
The sweet little birdhouse. $1.
What good things are you expecting this weekend?
(The goose was a .50 cent yard sale find from last weekend.) :)
So often I hear people moan, "There are no good deals anymore. Everything is just too expensive." That is why I include the prices that I pay--to give you hope.