Happy Thursday, my friends! Oh how I look forward to Thursdays! Thursday signals the end of my work week (piano teacher) and the beginning of some wonderful time spent browsing Instagram and Twitter oohing and aahing over all your fabulous thrifty finds!
If you’re new to #thriftscorethursday, let me catch you up…
– #thriftscorethursday is a riotously fun hashtag party hosted by Trisha from Black and White Obsession, Megan from Rental Revival, and yours truly! Simply share a picture of a recent thrifty find on Instagram or Twitter using #thriftscorethursday to join the fun!
– 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, Megan, 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.
Tania from Run to Radiance (Instagram: runtoradiance) totally stole my heart with this wicker peacock chair! And – get this – the best part is that it was absofreakinglutely FREE! Can you believe that? Read her post here for more details!
Cassie from Primitive and Proper (Instagram: primitiveandproper) scored not one, not two, but THREE ginormous pieces of original abstract art at the thrift store. Doesn’t this one look amazing with her dark walls and teal dresser? Sigh. I dream of finding art like this!
My thrift score this week is this fun little vintage barometer I found at Goodwill for $3.99. I don’t think it works any longer (sad face) but it makes a fun addition to my growing art wall in the office. (Read more about the “For justice, for puppies, for Christmas” canvas here). It has a little note saying that it was made in Western Germany, and I love the little window peeking into the “clockwork” (for lack of a better term) inside.
Well, now I want to hear from you! Did you thrift this week? What did you find?