Seen & Purchased at the Thrift Shop

First I’ll start off with some things I saw at the thrift and antique shops but did not buy. First up this strange sign? It was a very heavy cardboard but it wasn’t clear exactly what it might be selling. I loved the colors and thought it would make an unsual Thanksgiving decoration but it was around $25.
I loved this little Ice Man tin, another great inanimate object with a face! This Mrs. Claus was cute but I already have one like it make from an old dishwashing liquid bottle.
Along the same lines as the Ice Man tin, I loved this Annalee flower for its face & the fact that it was an Annalee doll (and one made in Meredith New Hampshire) but the price was a bit high so it stayed behind. Lastly this cute lemonade pitcher, which was really cheap (I think 25¢) but I don’t need anymore pitchers so I took a photo instead.
I did end up finding some fun Halloween ghost salt and pepper shakers, a embroidered panel, and some deer at one thrift shop each item priced under $1.

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2 Responses to Seen & Purchased at the Thrift Shop

  1. Jennifer says:

    Wow! The Thanksgiving graphic is pretty interesting. The colors are great..

    I need to go thrifting more often. A friend of mine saw the giant face of a girl with black hair that you posted on IG semi-recently. She saw it and thought the picture was from my house. :) You & I have some of the same “eye” when it comes to cute vintage stuff.

    Love love love Annalee’s. My mom has massive holiday collections of them, but especially for Christmas!

    Thanks for sharing your finds!

  2. Heidi Kenney says:

    Jennifer, thats so funny about the doll face, and same eye for stuff :)