Between all the eBay sales and my lack of recent thrifting the eBay room was becoming...manageable! I could even make a reasonable path through without danger of major topplage. Until now:
Grandma figurine: 2.99
Steepers: .69 each
a little steep and I originally thought I could use it as an indoor plant stand. Then I saw its a little stool and thought it would be great for photographing eBayables. I shoot on a desk height surface and spend a lot of time crouching.
UPDATE: This thing costs $69 (on sale) on Amazon! I should probably craigslist it instead.
I am not a proud democrat but I love random cheap mugs.
What are these things called? The smaller one is pictured above inside the mug.
Made in China so nothing special but I love mint green and my Imaginary Anny Self arranges cut flowers. No, I haven't used the last frog (purchased at the same store) but I just looked at it yesterday and it made me happy.
This darling figurine plays music and was surprisingly undamaged. If the girl were a brunette I would give it to my mom.
I swung by the Salvation Army afterwards and:
Ghosts book: 2.99
Imaginary Encyclopedia: 2.79
Set of 4 mugs/holder: 1.99
Candle holders: .99
Fire King sugar bowl: .49
Saucers: 1.99 each set of four (2)
8 Fiesta mugs: .49 each
I haven't listed the last batch I purchased because I can't figure out if I should sell as a (really heavy) lot or try to sell as individuals. I've had the two individuals from last year listed at $7 for months and no one has purchased them so I need to change my plan.
This book is INCHES deep!
The Imaginary Things Encyclopedia is full of awesome illustrations and nonsense. I love the library but keeping stuff is fun too.
I just bought this cookbook because owning cookbooks leads to food automagically appearing. Also, I met with a dietician today and she made me sad.
I like the polar bear but don't need more winter decor so eBay can have it. I'm ready for the next season.
These are heavily crazed but made in Taiwan so I got them. The shelf is really flimsy plywood so I may chuck it.
More Fiesta - so weird after the last yearlong drought! This one has both the embedded stamp AND the stamped....stamp. Does stuff normally come this way and later wash off? Its the first time I see both.
Check out that saucer - I don't even need to break out the Bar Keeper's Friend before listing!
I am Thriftily Sharing: http://www.heywhatsfordinnermom.com/2015/03/thrifter-share.html