Like last week, I didn't do much shopping. I'm still saving up for my trip in a couple weeks. I did make my boyfriend drive me to one of my favourite antique markets, where they had a black 503 fridgie last time. It was $40 & a discount of 25% off last time. I had considered buying it. I was going to reassess the fridgie.. spoil myself. I deserve it. In the market, they were having a 20% off sale - what luck! & they fridgie was still there, whoa! I check the price.. the seller changed it from $40 to $50, despite the storewide discount, I couldn't do it after they marked it up since last time I was there.
& one funny thing, yesterday when we were getting out of the car at a thrift store, I told my boyfriend "I feel like I'm going to find some money soon.. but I feel like it's only going to be $5." Well, today walking home from work, at University & Dundas, $5 folded up on the ground. Cool, eh?
This cookie jar is by Otagiri. You know, everyone says it's from the 1960's, it is Made In Japan, but I know that other Otagiri owl stuff is from the very early 1980's (according to a date piece of owl Otagiri I have). What do you think?
Anyways, got this at a thrift & the thrift haul photo above, the turquoise snowflake ($2.99), both without lids. The Bake Serve & Store already has a lid. Give me awhile & so with the divided.
Another motel keychain. Need more.
I also got a Jello recipe book, just like one I've been looking for with original nasty recipes from the Jello mould boom. Although, it seems to have disappeared! And a set of mint condition Homestead cinderella bowls for under $7. IDK, future booth? Craigslist? Gift? We'll see..
Hoping you'll link up this week, so I can see what treasures you've found this week.
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