I'm back with another edition of Thrifting Sisters. My last post was in November. If I lived closer to my sister, you can be sure there would be many more of these posts. Having someone to shop with fuels the addiction, doesn't it? Our first stop was Bibles for Missions in St. Catharines, where I picked up this piece of pottery made in Vineland, Ontario.
I also got these Umbra candle holders, still in the box, for $1.50.
I added this vase to my collection of milk glass. I couldn't resist (for 50 cents). Milk glass is so cheap...and pretty.
Not sure what this is. The salesperson thought it might be a vintage napkin holder. I bought it because it reminded me of a letter sorter I spotted on Heather's blog. My husband didn't like it and I could tell my sister didn't either, but she was polite about it. This one's on you Heather. But don't worry, it was only $1.
I also bought eight red chargers. Clearly not vintage, but I think they will be nice for Valentine's Day or Christmas dinners.
We went to a couple more stores, but I only found a few shirts. My sister added some great finds to her collection of clothing and handbags. My daughter found some cute items that I'll share next week.
Until next time then, thrifting sisters!
Linking up with these wonderful sites: Boogieboard Cottage and Young Heart and A Living Space and Me and My Shadow and Remnant and Sir Thrift A Lot and Hey What's for Dinner Mom? and The Cottage Market and Knick of Time and The Thrifty Groove and Free Pretty Things and A Bowl Full of Lemons