Had a fairly eventful couple of thrifty trips this week, the downside of which was a dash to the cash machine when I spotted a lovely vintage typewriter only to get back to the charity shop in question just in time to see someone else paying for it at the till. I think I must have looked slightly distraught as once the lucky purchaser left, typewriter all bagged up, the chap manning the till who I often have a chat with said he was sorry and would have saved it for me had he known I was keen. Clouds and silver linings!
Instead I came away with a tiny and very delicate vase for 20p which I hope will suit some small posies.
The Salvation Army seem to be getting some gorgeous stock again in the last couple of weeks, I caught this single duvet cover embroidered with flowers and leaves just as it was being hung on the fabrics rail for £1.50.
Vintage handkerchiefs, still boxed, both sets for 50p.
Some children's books for 40p apiece; a 1974 copy of Noddy's Big Day, Wandering Horace (isn't that a brilliant title!?) from 1965 and lastly, because I can never turn down a horse or pony-related story, The Little Seahorse.
Linking up with Sophie of Her Library Adventures for Flea Market Finds - I look forward to it each weekend; the chance to get snapping at my own finds and to see the treasure troves the other posters have discovered too.
Wishing you all a wonderful weekend wherever you are, whatever you're up to!
Also linking with Magpie Monday over at Me and My Shadow and Thrift Share Monday with Apron Thrift Girl!