Thrift Shop Rescues

Welcome to Day 22 to the Countdown to Christmas. Found early this year, Muffy of the North ($2, with org. box) was my best find.

I have an affinity for the boxed Hallmark and Precious Moments ornaments. Those thrift shop rescues have found their forever homes.
The additions to my Christmas collection this year included the Lennox trees.
The Lennox salt and pepper
Jewels of Christmas were a couple of dollars





A 2018 thrift shop find
Love her, cropped hair and all
Usually I find ceramic smalls such as these Enesco horses, but no luck this year.

I have made an effort to buy less holiday decorations, even though they are secondhand and affordable. I am also swimming in Christmas sweaters, no one should have more than a few. I am at the few+ level. 

What I am listening to:


Saw the Star Wars movie - what a blast!

Comments

Dave said…
Hey,

How are things with you?

I'm writing this because you participated in either the Nineties or Noughties blogfest almost a decade ago: https://thriftshopcommando.blogspot.com/2012/10/day-15-of-30-days-of-photographs-my.html

Do people still do blogfests? I haven't been invited to one in a long time.

By popular demand I'm doing it again, the Tweenies blogfest (I've decided for everyone that's what we should have been calling decade between the Noughties and the Twenties all along). I would be grateful if you would consider taking part this time as well.

The plan is that on the 28th of December we each post something that we love from each year from 2010 to 2019, be it a film, book, TV show, comic, anything. Something great and why we love it: http://davewrotethis.blogspot.com/2019/12/the-tweenies-blogfest.html

Dave

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