One event/holiday/birthday down and 6 to go. My sister got married this weekend, and it was so wonderful. She got married Thursday evening, and we froze as temps dropped to 50 degrees (outdoor venue) in strapless and sleeveless dresses. Luckily this was just the ceremony and we weren't out all night. Saturday she had the reception, also outdoors, and the weather could not have been any better; it was perfect.
For the reception we used 100+ thrifted mason jars with sand and candles as center pieces. I, personally, didn't get any center piece pictures since tables were occupied with food and drinks by the time the candles were lit but here is a test grouping we did to see how they would look.
With the running around for the wedding. Mostly looking for my dress and something for the kids to wear my thrifting has been almost non-existent. I've managed to hit up a single thrift shop maybe once a week.
However, I have managed to sparsely score a vintage sheet here and there. Plus I do have some items I haven't shared with you yet, from past thrift shop visits, and 'tis the, approaching, season it's time to share.
My son loves penguins, so when I saw this uniquely white penguin cookie jar at a thrift store, months ago, I had to buy him. My son was a bit perplex on why he was white, and he asked if I was was going to paint him. I think this white penguin will go perfect sitting next to my black Christmas tree, which I hope to get set up in the next week.
It's always bitter-sweet when random little things remind me of my grandma. We all miss her so much.
Onto my vintage sheet finds. These have slowly been collected over the last 6 weeks. Now bringing my collection over 60 vintage sheets, with just under 60 listed on Flickr.
Don't forget to check out my Esty shop for vintage sheet fat quarters. I also have it set up to pick your own bundles at huge discounted rates (compared to other shops). Ten FQ for $10. I have almost all of my sheets posted on Flickr where you can select the sheets you want for your bundle.
After a busy weekend of a wedding/reception, and visiting family it's time to sleep.
Happy thrifting and happy crafting!