Monday, March 28, 2011

Another one......

Are you like me?  When your driving down the road do you get this excited feeling in the pit of your stomach when you see a Good Will store, or pass a yard sale?  I have two consignment shops within walking distance of my house and sometimes I feel as though my vehicle has a mind of it's own when I'm traveling down the highway.  Honestly within a five mile distance I have two GW's, a Salvation Army, a thrift store and two AWESOME consignment shops!  So I thought I'd practice by showing you one of the things that I've purchased in the last couple of weeks....so here goes.....
This was my very first piece that I bought.  I was standing in line at a local thrift store paying for my $40.00 China cabinet (that will come at a later post) when I looked over and saw this on a shelf.  I ran over and grabbed it.  It was $6.00 (is that good?) but I loved the feet and the ornate handle. 

Here she is at another angle....man she was a bear to clean!

And here she is all shined up and pretty for spring!

My next feat will be trying my hand at a linky party...shaking in my boots on this one..HA HA

Blessings......

Linking to Thrifty Finds Friday at The Thrifty Groove

10 comments:

Jane said...

Hi Sue,
I came over from Cheryl's blog. It's always nice to meet a new blogger! You got a great deal on that pretty silver pitcher, it looks great all shined up!
Looking forward to reading more!
Jane

Cheryl said...

Hi Sue,
Love the silver pitcher...so pretty filled with flowers....AHHHH...Spring!
Jane, who commented just before me, has my absolute favorite blog, Mamie Jane's...she has more creative ideas in her little toe than I have in my whole body!
Happy Blogging!
Cheryl
p.s.Definitely try some linky parties with your "silver pitcher"...the "ladies" will love it and the parties are so much fun!

Linda @ A La Carte said...

Hi Sue,
I also came over from Cheryl's blog. It is great to meet you. I am now a follower! I love your silver pitcher and yes $6 is a very good price. I've been blogging over a year now and I love it!! I am a thrifter and junker and love it. I'm about to be a Grandma for the first time (any day now). I hope when you have a chance you will visit my blog. I was also touched by Cheryl and her sisters story. Hugs, Linda

Debbie@Debbie-Dabble said...

Hello!
Thanks so much for your comment on my post about my Mom.
I see that you are in Pa. near Phila. I am just up the road about 2 hours in Wilkes Barre/Scranton area! Small world, huh? Love your silver pitcher and yes, I too hate cleaning silver!! LOL!
Tomorrow, my favorite Thrift Store, Volunteers of America, is holding their monthly Half Price Sale. Everything in the store is half price. I will be there at 9 am when the doors open. I hope I will have lots of goodies to post about!! LOL!!

I signed up as a follower......

Hugs,
Debbie

Jo said...

WELCOME to blog-world, ain't it fun and exciting everyday!!!
I'm your newest follower coming from My Sisters Cottage.
Please come over to LazyonLoblolly, I've always got a lil of this and lil of that going on,too.(Love your new blog)
Having fun thats what it's all about!!!
~JO
LazyonLoblolly

A Vintage Green said...

Your backgrouud is fabulous. I am looking forward to reading more of your blog posts and am putting you on my list of favorite blogs.
- Joy

Mom2fur said...

Gorgeous!
I tell you, it would be dangerous to put me that close to a thrift store, especially the Salvation Army Store. Then again, if it was within walking distance I'd probably walk there all the time and actually lose weight, LOL!

Happier Than a Pig in Mud said...

Your pitcher is beautiful and looks great with the flowers-enjoy:@)

Diann said...

Hi Sue!
Your silver pitcher is gorgeous! And with the fowers in it, it looks so pretty! Great thrift find! Now I can't wait to see the china cabinet!!
Thank your for joining my first TTF party! We both shared our "first" together! LOL I hope you are having a wonderful weekend. I am your newest follower!!

Diane said...

Fantastic buy....what a beauty! I am your newest follower, looking forward to future finds. Diane