The Salvation Army is still the place to be at the moment when it comes to pretty bargain buys - I haven't come away empty handed in weeks and the prices seem lower than the British Heart Foundation and Cancer Research, though admittedly I tend to put my change straight into the collection tub on the counter anyway.
I'm not sure if there is a specific name for this type of pattern - I've always known it as transfer ware, but I love the white and red colour scheme so was quick to pop this into my basket at 50p.
The candlesticks I picked up last week are the beginning of a stash of pieces I'm collecting for the bedroom where I plan to give the walls a fresh coat of soft white and pick out hues of white and blue in accessories, this little trinket pot was another blue and white gem for £1.
I've somehow picked up a fancy for retro glasses and couldn't walk away from this one for 10p, one of the leaves reads 'France' so I can't decide whether it was made there or is just really subtle souvenir!
Tins, glorious tins! You can never have too many pretty ones to store your bits and bobs in, I was wooed by the cute florals and butterflies on this one for 30p, it reminds me of traditional Gypsy caravans - the colours and the way the flowers are painted.
I've been stockpiling things to make over for a few weeks - last week the £5 chair, this week a couple of larger bits and this little child's blackboard for 50p.
Hope you've all had a lovely weekend!