Our local Goodwill has a 50% sale (we went on Black Friday and found some great deals, too) the day of/after big holidays. Here’s what I was able to score for about $25 the day after Christmas:
Watercolor boat painting, $2.50 (needs a new mat (matte?) but I love collecting pictures of boats and the ocean, especially since we’re back in CT; I’d love to have a whole gallery wall of them someday!)
“True People” jeans (my sister found these for me, and apparently they are expensive – who knew?), $3; “Elle” long-sleeved shirt (Kohl’s) for $2.
Great class jars for $1 each – how could I pass them up? :)
4 books; I’d been wanting to read the Dr. Dobson book for a while so Chris and I are trying to stay awake enough to read it in bed together. So far we’ve made it through the first chapter. (lol) It was 99 cents, I believe.
I love art history (my knowledge is definitely very limited though), so I couldn’t pass up this book for Luke for 50 cents.
The green book in the back is actually a giant book of French impressionistic paintings; it was 5 bucks but it is huge and great for framing!
I absolutely love elephants, and this vintage book (although a little stained!) was only a quarter! These are the kind of pictures I’m looking to frame for when we do Luke’s room again.
I love anything pink, which also means I love decorating for Valentine’s Day. I think these 3 plates total were $1.50. Conversation heart plates, people!!!! I die.
Love this lantern (candle goes inside), and cute plates for the Superbowl! Also $1.50 total.
Last but not least, a Little People truck (50 cents, maybe? can’t remember) and a vacuum (I never spell that word right the first try) sealer (unopened, with bags inside) for $5 – I’ve been looking for one of these for next summer’s produce! Yay! The same one at Target.com right now is $40.
There’s just nothing like getting great things for your home and yourself for so cheap! Love love love it! :)