We had a productive week of thrifting and sales. For starters, just hours ago I sold a Broyhill Brasilia Dresser for $350 that we paid $25 for! But we also found some pretty awesome items when we stopped twice at Savers this week.
By the way, in case you missed Julia's wedding planning post this week, our DIY Save the Dates are done and awesome! You can see how we made them in this post. Now on to the vintage finds...
These carved stone bookends are some of the most exciting items we picked up this week. We've never found a pair of bookends worth purchasing until now. Hopefully this is the start of a trend. We think they were probably supposed to sit upright (like the one on the right), but they almost look like a bird when they're laid down like the one on the left.
These two cactus candles were made in Paris, but we found them in excellent condition at Savers. We love these, and we will definitely be keeping them. They'll be perfect for adding the look of a plant to dark corners where houseplants wouldn't get enough light.
This pink Polaroid Cool Cam, on the other hand, will be up on Etsy as soon as possible! The pink and gray camera will have no difficulty finding itself a home. This was quite the week of Polaroids...
We also found this Polaroid OneStep CloseUp as well as a OneStep and a Spectra 2 camera. The other two actually had film in them, and I've been shooting the expired film that was still in them, and I couldn't be having more fun with that.
This wooden spool will make a great addition to some Etsy buyer's home. We had an amusing time trying to figure out interesting ways to photograph this thing.
This black metal candle holder was actually not found at Savers; I received this as a freebee in an Etsy sale when the seller felt bad about a late shipment. It's cool but we don't really want to keep it, so I guess we'll just turn around and sell it...? Anybody know anything about this little guy?
This adorable little gadget is actually a vintage "Outdoor Mini Camera" 110 film size keychain camera made for The Nature Company. I love vintage miniature cameras, like minox, lomo, and more, but usually they were related to spying rather than shooting landscapes. This one has folding parts and is just awesome.
Julia picked this adorable little set of 70's Franciscan Floral serving bowls and lidded container at Savers, too. We were a bit hesitant at first since they're not quite our style, but I'm sure that we'll find someone who needs these bowls.
What do you think of our purchases this week? How did your thrifting go? Don't forget to link up your fun finds below!
These blogs also host great link-ups that we join, so make sure you check them out, too: Apron Thrift Girl, Me and my Shadow, Sir Thrift-A-Lot, and a brand new one at Remnant!
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