I will tell you how much I spent on that whole pile, but don't go using that info to try and score deals when I list them, k? $10. Let's have a look-see.
Adorable deer/reindeer craft things. Yes, the one on the left is evil. But, look at that cute one in front.
Ya know, when I saw the words "garden pot plant" I thought these were going to be something else...but yeah, those frogs are cute, too.
The other thing I got here was a travel bar (that black case in the photo.) It's a cute little compact black case and it came with its original box, which I had to leave behind as it was all dirty.
I recently sold one of these things, only to immediately find another at Goodwill, another at a yard sale last week, and two on this expedition. For those without calculators, the grand total is four.
I listed two of them and will do the others later. Speaking of things I might be able to sell to dudes, the first yard sale is where I got some manly shit.
Look at that thing. It's barbed wire pieces on display with labels, like they're specimens or something.
Old, rusty scale! I don't know what the hell a "family scale" is for.
Vintage swizzle sticks! I'm actually kinda sure that those aren't manly. I'm told that they sell on the internets, though.
At one of the sales, they had a boatload of owls. Have you ever had a problem where there are too many things to choose from, and since you can't have them all, you take none? The collection was in great shape, but I just took the owl lamp as well as that tan travel bar.
Here he is, all staged and clean. Owls love Reader's Digest condensed books. I actually listed this bird: Badass owl lamp on Etsy. I'm trying to sell it as different from the friendlier looking owlies; as one who gives no hoots.
I also give no hoots. Peace out, fellow thrift lovers.
Linking up at Sir Thrift A Lot.