|Vintage enamel pot. Damaged (or shabby if you will).|
Just got back from the shop and as promised I am now going to share some charity shop treasure.
I have to pre-warn you that my finds are not as amazing as I had hoped for my first ever Charity Shop post but, I have committed and therefore here I am!
But firstly, I am wishing to bore you with some info on my particular shop (I now call it MY shop).
The shop is a Beechwood cancer care branch, one of 4 that supports a local cancer charity.
It is far removed from some of the glamourous almost boutique like shops that seem to popping up everywhere, the ones that sell Primark clothes at double the original price!!
The main sellersat Beechwood are clothes and books. It also sells furniture (woohoo).
I am thinking that next week I will post some pics of the actual shop and hope that there will be some cool furniture I can share.
The shop gets quite random donations, sometimes they are pants and sometimes they can be brilliant. Today there were actually some pants....eeew
So, here we go.
|I think these are ace. Vintage travel hangers in cool colours.|
|Why didn't I buy this mug?|
|Just for the hell of it I decided to capture some old St Michael labels.|
|This is me, modeling (ahem) a vintage fur hat. It had a fur bobble and I rather liked it.|
|I am very much thinking that this will be mine.|
|Quite good Pyrex, not the patterns I like. I do however like the platter shape plates.|
So, not amazingly inspiring but I am sure these posts will be better in the future and I am also sure that I will be bringing stuff home on a regular basis.
Tonight I will mostly be eating fish and chips, naughty but nice. I will be crafternooning with Mrs Teawagon
and I am going to tell you all about it. Expect pictures of cake, cups of tea and some wooley creations.
Thanks for reading. x