assign risk I took advantage of my spring break last week to take a little spring break from blogging as well. I am back now, feeling refreshed, and ready for my next break. I’m kidding. Sort of.
go During my spring break, I had a dentist appointment in the next town. While I was in town, I managed to squeeze in a little trip to my favorite thrift store. i love ducking into thrift stores and antique shops. It’s like a treasure hunt- you might end up empty-handed, or you might hit the jackpot. You just never know. I didn’t find a whole lot, but I did find three really neat things. I found a glass water carafe that looks like a milk bottle, a silver platter, and a darling miniature pitcher and bowl wash set.
source link I bought the water carafe to be used as a water carafe, but by the time I got it home, I decided it’d make a pretty vase.
page The silver tray was in almost perfect condition- it just needed a good cleaning. I had planned to stick this on my husband’s nightstand to hold his keys and wallet, but found it to be a bit small. Plus, my daughter took one look and claimed it for her vanity. Guess she liked it better than my shoebox lid tray I made last week.
see The sweet little wash stand set caught my eye immediately. It is so pretty and so detailed- Look at how pretty the gilding is around the edges! I just love the shape of the pitcher. It’s a pretty addition to our shelf in the hall bath. It’d look pretty with flowers in the pitcher, as well.
http://www.latestrecipes.net/dissertation-sur-la-poesie/ I hope to go back to the thrift shop soon. If I do, I hope I find more treasures like these.