It's been a great week thrifting. I always find something I can't live without.I'm really into owls, so when I found this huge "family of owls" vintage wall art for $6.99, I snatched it up. I'm not sure where to put it yet. As for now it leans against my fireplace.
I really liked this Made in England vintage tin, with it's cute folk art. I found it at Goodwill for $1.99.
I like to use things like this for Eden's hair clips or Reef's Lego's.
I must say, they look an awful lot alike.
If this dress makes me a cool skater mom, DC it is!
My DC/Coco Chanel dress will be worn for project:USED at out next photo session. I know a lot of you want to participate, so here's the thing. When wearing a used dress, please hash tag #projectused when posting your photo on social media. Also, you can link up to me on facebook under Laura Lofgreen, My Dear Trash and now, Project Used. For updates on future on photo session, I will post them on my blog and the project used facebook page . Please follow project:USED on facebook and you can also follow me on instagram at lalalofgreen. There's a lot of cool stuff coming up and I want as many people at our photo shoots as we can get.And, last but not least, I also finished up another turquoise dresser (can't keep that color around for long) and I loved how it turned out.
When I found this XL piece at Deseret Industries, it was like reeling in a big fish.
I don't find many 78 inchers.
On a sad note, we've had a furniture death in the family.
It only weighs about 200 pounds, so after the wedding (click here to read more about that) I left it on the patio until I could decide what to do with it. We've had so many windy/blustery days here and wouldn't you know it, a gust of wind knocked it over. It literally split and came apart. Like Humpty Dumpty, I couldn't put it back together again. I was just grateful no one was hurt because this thing was a beast.
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