Books - 'cos you can never have too many. Can you???
eeek - Sherlock-freakin'-Holmes! Awesome!
This little tin is so cute - it is a lolly tin made by a Melbourne firm. I love that the base is printed as beautifully as the lid.
When I was a kid, we would have called this a 'trannie". Nowadays that might be considered a little un- PeeCee.
I can't even begin to think about the hours of work that went into this needlework! Doesn't he look blissful? Maybe he is thinking about a lady deer.
Haul number 2. All sorts of goodies (more books - yikes). Copper to cut up, an angel picture and some tins to re-purpose.
Okay so a sarcophagus shaped tin is pretty cool but I am still determined to cut it up...
Just look at the pattern - mini hieroglyphs!
I am a self-confessed Agatha Addict. This guy looks more like the crook than the sleuth.
I am gonna save these up for the Summer holidays. That is assuming of course that the sun ever shines again - so over Winter.
"Father would want you to go first brother dear. I'll be right behind you"
I don't know about you but this angel seems a little but less than benevolent as she watches over this pair ...
Broken strings of vintage pearls - they always whisper "come hither ..."
Silverplated fruit spoons. I really like to use these - they are just the right size for many of the things I make. And I scored 5 of them. Yay. So that has been my thrifting week. Hope you can join in the linky fun and share your thrifted treasures too.