Hello you guys! We took a week off from #thriftscorethursday last week because my awesome bff TST cohost Trisha from Black and White Obsession and I were partying together in Atlanta for the Haven blogging conference! But you guys still totally brought it with your Instagram shares and it was so fun to get to scroll through them with Trisha and gush over our favorites together! I probably drooled on Trisha’s laptop over a find or two 😉
But first, before we get into this week’s features, let me introduce #thriftscorethursday for any newcomers! (And if that’s you, welcome!!!)
Thrift Score Thursday is an inspirational and outrageously fun hashtag party on Instagram & Twitter (although Twitter seems to be the quiet corner of the party most times) where YOU get to share your thrifty finds with US!
Simply share a picture of any recent thrifty find on Instagram or Twitter (or both!) using #thriftscorethursday!
– You can share any thrifty finds with us – whether they hail from a thrift store, Craigslist, estate sale, garage sale, side of the road, or apartment dumpster! The fun, the funny, the awesome, the odd – this hashtag party is open to all!
– Feel free to use #thriftscorethursday any day of the week! We’ll be keeping up with the hashtag all week long to find our favorites for the following Thursday.
– Each week, Trisha from Black and White Obsession and I will pick a favorite thrift score or two to feature! So please note that by linking up with #thriftscorethursday, you are giving us permission to share your finds via social media or on our blogs.
Morgan from Charleston Crafted (Instagram: charlestoncrafted) shared this incredible brass diamond-shaped etagere she found on Craigslist. I’ve spotted this same piece before, but never in a price range I was willing to snap up. Whether it’s Milo Baughman or just Baughman inspired, I’m so jealous, Morgan!
I am just nuts over this gorgeous embroidery shot Vanessa from Tried and True (Instagram: triedandtrueblog) posted! This cross-stitched tablecloth had no stains, holes or funky smells, which is pretty much the holy grail of thrifted textiles. I love the colors!
I’ve actually had this little postal scale for quite some time now, but it was originally a Goodwill find. I’m not sure if it can quite qualify as vintage as it’s only 29 years old, but the design is pretty cute, isn’t it? Plus, it’s so fun to compare prices for first class postage to today!
Well now we want to hear from you! How did your thrifty travels go this week? What did you score?