3 May 2010

One Person's Junk Is Another Person's Treasure

On Friday I bought myself some roses ...






£20.00 for the lot from two charity shops.

I could weep with joy.

Mum has been dying to go for a browse around the local charity shops for ages and ages so, her six-week-old hip in place and one stick to hand (very useful for beating people out the way - hell hath no fury like a woman with an eye on a bargain), we spent a lovely morning pottering.

Hope you're having a relaxy bank holiday.

Hx

13 comments:

  1. What beauties, great finds, lucky you.

    B xxx

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  2. Oooooooh lovely! My CS has been a bit lacking just lately. Hopefully I'm due a good find! Jille x

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  3. Loving the plate, perfect for cupcakes!. Kx

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  4. lovely finds :-) Loving the idea of using the walking stick to keep others away from treasure finds!

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  5. Oooo, lovely jubbly.
    Hope you had a great weekend.
    Rachael xx

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  6. Oooo so pretty :-) my mum has something similar but won't hand them over to me :( I best get myself to the cs's !

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  7. Your 'roses' are exquisite. A truly wonderful find!

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  8. oooohhhh lovely stuff there.... I lurv roses... I feel the sherborne charity shops a callin.... much better charity in Sherborne than yeovil! lol

    x Alex

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  9. good buys!!! lucky lucky you xxx

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  10. I love charity shops, especially when you find something as pretty as that. Unfortunately, I never have such luck.

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  11. Hey Mrs, just popping in to say hello and how are you!
    xx

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