Favourite Thrift Finds: C is for Clothes

Favourite Thrift Finds: C is for Clothes

I regularly share a lot of my thrift finds on Instagram (so follow me there if you’re after some store sneak peeks!) and something I shared a little while ago is this vintage children’s book. I’m not sure how old it is but from the style of the illustrations and the general ageing I think […]

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Favourite Thrift Finds: Little Obelia

Favourite Thrift Finds: Little Obelia

‘Snugglepot and Cuddlepie‘ was one of my favourite children’s stories growing up. Written and illustrated by May Gibbs the adventures of the two little gumnut babies and their friends are classics of Australian children literature. I’m not sure how well know the bush fairy stories are overseas but if you grew up and went to […]

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Favourite Thrift Finds: Salt and Pepper Poodles

Favourite Thrift Finds: Vintage Salt and Pepper Poodle Shakers

The following is a rather random but favourite thrift find of mine. While my main focus of thrifting is always the clothing sections, I do look through the household items too. Especially for any of my favourite teacups and other vintage odds and ends I might find. These vintage ceramic salt and pepper shakers… go […]

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Favourite Thrift Finds: Almost a Teacup Set

Favourite Thrift Finds: Almost a Teacup Set

I’m sure you’re won’t be surprised by this… I love pretty vintage teacups. Dainty florals, colourful patterns. I see a lot of them while thrifting but I’m quite picky about the ones I take home with me. One particular type of teacup I cannot resist are little Japanese china cups with off-centre saucers. The patterns […]

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Favourite Thrift Finds: 1964 Vogue Sewing Book

Favourite Thrifts: 1964 Vogue Sewing Book

Last week I shared with you some pages from a 1958 Simplicity Sewing Book and as I mentioned in that post, I found the Simplicity book with another vintage sewing book. A 1964 Vogue Sewing Book! It too is filled with some wonderful sewing tips and techniques. “Vogue has always known. Known how deep was […]

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