Thursday, 7 May 2009

thrifty thursday

Since wednesday is a car boot day for me I have decided to do a weekly 'thrifty finds' post (mmm.....I wonder how long I will keep it up?) 


pretty mop buttons, some more embroidered tray cloths, and china posy earrings without their clips



a new rose enamel bowl


and my favourite, a vintage rose deckchair, not my usual colours, but I love, love, love it.
It wasn't for sale, the man was just using it to sit on, but a persuaded him to let me have it for a fiver.


nothing to do with thrifting, but I thought I'd share some photos I took a couple of weeks ago of my rapidly multiplying potted flowers. It such a nice change from this view.



15 comments:

  1. Lots of very different and very pretty florals.
    Lisa

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  2. Love all your finds, especially the enamel bowl and deckchair. Your plants also look beautiful - I love the mix of containers you've used xx

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  3. The deckchair is so cute :)

    How funny, I keep imagining the lovely man now with nowhere to sit and you trapsing off with his floral chair ;)

    X

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  4. How pretty the flowers look in their lovley containers.

    tracey

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  5. I cannot believe you were cheeky enough to ask the man to buy his deck chair!

    Great buys though!

    Vanessa x

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  6. Love all your little flower pots and am inspired ...LOVE the MOP buttons and mostly - love that you got a chair that wasn't for sale !!

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  7. ooh preeeeeeety Jess! I adore the chair (you meany!..poor chairless chap -mind you I think I'd have tried that tactic too!!) and I love that french enamelware, I've never seen a lovely pink one like yours but I have some plates in blue just the same
    Your pots of flowers look gorgeous I've been thinking about doing some pansies in teacups lately, with all those pretty rosebud ones I can't seem to sell!
    Have a lovely weekend x

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  8. Oh my goodness! such memories have come floding back to me - we used to have those deckchairs when i was a kid!! x

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  9. Hello fellow Essex girl (not that it's very nice to be called that i know, but hopefully we can prove we are not like the sterotypical Essex girl!!) Thanks for becoming a follower of my blog x

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  10. Just to let you know that I have set up a new blog to replace my lost one at:
    http://countrycottagechic2.blogspot.com

    Hope to see you there soon!
    Jayne

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  11. I love your lovely blog! Am a (new) fan :)

    I am writing here to let you know that I have just tagged you for this blog game called "Desafio". I hope you can find the time to visit my blog to see this "Desafio" post (in which I share 7 bits of information about myself, and tag 7 others -- YOU happen to be one of them!)... Also, I hope you can continue to spread the love!
    Thank you, and I hope to hear from you,
    Juanita

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  12. Happy to find your lovely blog today!

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  13. I love that chair! I'm not sure I would have given it a second glance though- I do that to frequently, and always regret it. I guess my decorator brain hasn't "fully developed" yet. :P

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  14. oh my goodness my parents had those chairs for camping !

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