You guys, I’m super excited about this new blog series we’re kicking off today! Or should I say social-media-interaction-palooza?
I’m teaming up with the fabulous gals behind Black and White Obsession and Rental Revival to bring you #thriftscorethursday – your brand new one stop hashtag-to-glory! Each Thursday we’ll be sharing one of our thrift store scores or finds, and WE WANT YOU to join in!
Just snap a picture of any thrift-store treasure and use #thriftscorethursday when you share it on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram!
Here’s an important note about Facebook hashtags: please make sure to set your post to public so we’ll be able to see it! It’s easy to change privacy settings for just that one post 🙂
We want to make this as easy and fun as possible, so there are just about no rules – it can be an awesome find you scooped up yesterday, your favorite thrift store score from ages past, something you saw and loved but didn’t have a place for at home, or even those hilarious “what-the-heck?” thrift store finds we all love so much!
Trisha, Megan and I will be keeping up with #thriftscorethursday on each social media platform – liking, loving, sharing, retweeting – we are so excited to hang out with you guys and gush over shared thrift-store love!
*Please note that by linking up with the thriftscorethursday hashtag, you are giving us permission to share your finds via social media or on our blogs.*
So here’s my thrift score I’m sharing today…
I have an addiction to vintage pop up books. Well, really any pop up book in general, but bonus points for adorable vintage illustrations! I snagged these three vintage pop up books on one Goodwill trip a while back for $1 each, and because I just can’t get enough of their detail and whimsy – I have to share some shots with you here on my blog!
Snow White – 1982, illustrations by V. Kubasta, printed in Czechoslovakia by ARTIA
Puss In Boots – 1982, illustrations by V. Kubasta, printed in Czechoslovakia by ARTIA
And my favorite, because the colorful 70’s illustrations are TO DIE FOR…
Aladdin and the Wonderful Lamp – 1973, illustrated by Paul L. Taylor, Random House
Well, that’s my #thriftscorethursday share!
Don’t forget to check out the finds from Trisha & Megan!
Now we want to hear from you! Seriously: we’re sitting here at our keyboards and smartphones ready and waiting! Hashtag away!