So I don't know about you, but summertime is supposed to be golden in the thrifting world. So what's up with all the figurines lacking body parts? See below:
These were made to be this way! The Marie Antionette (??) was actually a container of sorts. Opened in the middle to hold your favorite jewelry? Creepy, I don't know how glam I would feel opening a headless lady to get my bling out. The pirate, I totally get. Kind of... He looks sad though, and I really wanted to bring him home. But, I just really felt he would be a bit of a downer. Meaning, I would be emotionally affected by him every time I passed him on the shelf. And that's just no good.
And then there was Jesus..
It was in a classy plastic frame. There was also a plastic piece featuring the last supper. And not just the frame was plastic.... the art was plastic too! Someone was very religious.
There were a few good things though, like this:
I didn't buy this, although I'm thinking I should have to at least release back into the wild. However, since I don't understand how to effectively sell on etsy I knew it would be better left to someone else to pick up and release.
Last weekend, I got this great Pyrex dish while garage sailing (more fun than saling, trust me).
Have you found anything great lately?
PS: Happy 4th! I wish I could say I was going to look anything like this lady for this glorious holiday, but as I mentioned in a previous post, my vintage wear sucks. It will be jeans and a red tee for this lady!
Enjoy the remainder of the weekend!