Meet Tina Marie,
of Patina Marie blog fame.
Look at this vest.
She had everything in it.
Look at all those pockets.
Need a pen and paper? She's got it.
money, keys, little tape measure,
hand sanitizer, magnet (wonder what that is for?),
kleenex, and even a reusable shopping bag.
Is this girl prepared, or what??
They are both clowns, and so much fun! =)
They drove from Grants Pass to stay in Eugene
for a few days and play.
Saturday I had the fun of taking them to garage sales,
and show them my little gift shop.
We hit it off great, and it was like we were old friends.
And here is a piece of blue loot from our trip around to sales.
Turquoise does count doesn't' it?
and if it does, here is more.
another mask from the boxes i bought.
no modeling this time.
and how about a blue "B".
(we're going to have some fun with this soon.) =)
and a couple more thrifty treasures.
See those two little vintage frames?
Aren't they great??
And look at the backs.
Just as sweet as the fronts.
The one on the right has raised design on it.
Not sure what it is out of, or anything about it.
Just old, affordable, and sweet.
Oh, you can't be here!
It is not your turn yet.
Come back another day and I will tell about you.
Here is an oops for you.
I painted these chairs black, and recovered the seats
for one of my little Tea & Treats areas.
Then I glued a piece of felt on the bottoms of the legs
so they would not scratch the floor.
Well, who would have though that glue would go right through that felt.
Yep, you guessed the next part.
They stuck to the floor!
and pulled that paint right off!!!
It was an old bottle, and sticky mess!!
For an even better glue story,
and a good laugh,
Thank you to these wonderful bloggers for hosting today.
Today's Thrifty Treasures
Every one have a super Monday, and
Today, lets think of those who have given their lives for
our country so that we may have freedom.
Our prayers and thanks to those who are serving now.
It is because of them we enjoy the freedoms we have here.