Thrift Store Finds
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Thrift stores, flea markets, and garage sales are basically new versions of ancient archeological sites.
How to repurpose your thrift store finds to save money.
Theola Bullock saved to thrift store shopping
10+ things you should NEVER buy at thrift stores.#thriftingtips #ducttapeanddenim #thriftstoretips #thrifting #thrifter #thrifted #thriftstore #thriftshop #thrift #thriftshopping
I think the weirdest thing I've ever found at a secondhand store was a late-1800s primary school textbook about physiology and temperance. Like, here's how your body works and why intoxicants will Mess It Up.
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Your local thrift store can be you best friend if you love to decorate! Here's my list of thrift store home decor finds that you should never pass up.
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11 Things You Should Always Buy At The Thrift Store.
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30 Times People Couldn’t Believe Their Luck In Thrift Stores, Flea Markets, And Garage Sales (New Pics)
They’re cheap. They help the environment. And they might just make your eyebrows jump into your hairline. That’s right, folks, I’m talking about all the weird things that people uncover in thrift stores. And flea markets. Not to mention in strange shops (there one day, gone the next) with mysterious and eccentric owners who offer you items that will make all your dreams come true for free (all you need to do is sign a simple contract). [Cue goatee twirling and totally-not-suspicious…
Nathan Helton saved to Thrift shop finds
Have you visited your local Goodwill lately? If not, you just might be missing out. Here is how I shop at Goodwill and find good stuff. #goodwill #thrifting #thriftedfurniture #furnituremakeover #frugalliving #furnituremakeovers
It’s been a hot minute since I shared some pieces I’ve scored while...
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The best part about shopping at thrift stores is that you never know what you are going to find. Most stores these days have a generic theme - you have a basic expectation of what they sell. But thrift stores offer objects from all walks of life. You could find things that have been stashed in someone's attic for 50 years; old books, LPs, trophies, clothes, electronics... All have belonged to others and have their own unique story to tell. Exciting, isn't it?
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