Over the river & through the woods, a "thrifting" we shall go!

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Yeh, well you wouldn't really want to hear me sing that.  But I was out "thrifting" yesterday & found some fun things.  Decided to also show you what I've snagged on a couple of other foraging trips.

So, yesterday, I was in the vicinity of our GW store & popped in just to see if they had anything Christmasy.  Yes, thank you, they had some good stuff.  I purchased 4 wreaths, each were $2.99 with my senior discount (only time I acknowledge the senior classification is when it involves a discount--don't judge).  The largest one is going to be used on my front porch.  Two of the smaller ones will go on the garden shed doors, & the 3rd is to decorate my dining room light.  These are all very nice, very full wreaths.

Can you believe this sweet Father Christmas was only $3.99?  He's very clean & only needs a little fusing  with his pack.  No kidding, he really does have a pack on his back!

He has such a sweet face.

I don't generally do a lot with tapered candles & holders, but I found this at the same time as Father Christmas & the two just seemed to belong together.  This needs a bit of cleaning, but I love that it is fashioned with French horns.  I may change the pinecones & greenery or not.  It was $1.49.

This is a collection of GW finds from a couple of weeks ago.  The wooden Santa is about 20" tall & the paint is in very good condition.  He was $2.99.  I didn't get a discount on this trip -- I must have looked younger, ha!  The box of large silver ornaments was $1, the cute red wooden sleigh was $1.49, the white  porcelain Santa was just a buck.

Love this basket.  It's flat on one side & has little stamped trees all the way around.  It's in great shape, but is intended to look weathered which I really like.  It was 99 cents & will be part of my front porch decor.  The bird nest for 50 cents will be finding a home outdoors, as well.  I'm always looking for candle holders & lucked out finding two.  They were each a buck.  I really like the twisted stem on the glass one.

The faux mercury glass hurricane & cute little snow couple came from Ross's.  They were each less than $5.  The wreath is from the $ Store & well, it was a $1.  I bought several of these wreaths that will adorn my kitchen -- can't wait to see, can you?  Me, too!

Just wanted you to see this hurricane up close.  It really has a nice design.  Can't wait to see a candle inside.

Lastly was a stop at Michael's for a whole bag of this kind of thing.  It was all on sale for 40 to 50% off.  Woohoo!

Okay, that's as much time as I can spend in blogland right now.  Have several sewing projects in various stages that must be attended to.  Thanks for stopping by, & I hope you'll come again soon.  Everyone, have a great day!

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