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Saturday, January 14, 2012

January Buys

I found a couple of bargains at the Discovery Shop yesterday and at the Rocky Mount Goodwill today.

At Goodwill I bought this cute little cabinet for $1.95. I'm not sure what I'll put in it, but it will go in my study.


The doors open to reveal a shelf. Magnets help[ the doors stay closed.


Someone hand-painted flowers on the doors.


A sticker on the back says "Countrymommi Originals '2003' NS."


I also found this pretty planter for 50¢. (The two items behind it are Goodwill finds from several months ago.)


At the Discovery Shop, this basket was $2. It's the right size to keep files in. I also bought the little velour-covered "Anything Book" for 75¢. It'll be good for jotting notes.


Jim-Bob likes the basket.


Maybe he likes it a little too much. Or maybe he's just checking to see how much it will hold.


Today I also bought a bunch of books at the Franklin County Library book sale. 
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2 comments:

Countrymommi Originals said...

Hi! I was actually looking for some pictures I had saved. I typed in Countrymommi Originals. Thanks my EBAY store name! I came across your post. I had to stop and comment just how excited I was to see what a great deal you got on the cabinet! I personally handpainted it. When I designed them they were meant for all kinds of things. I usually painted them with apples or gingerbread men and people used them as spice racks. I have even done little duckies for babies rooms. I hope you enjoy your piece and much as I enjoyed seeing your post. BTW: They normally sold for $20-$65 depending on how detailed they were. and My first name is Nancy. :)

Countrymommi Originals said...

Hi! I was actually looking for some pictures I had saved. I typed in Countrymommi Originals. Thanks my EBAY store name! I came across your post. I had to stop and comment just how excited I was to see what a great deal you got on the cabinet! I personally handpainted it. When I designed them they were meant for all kinds of things. I usually painted them with apples or gingerbread men and people used them as spice racks. I have even done little duckies for babies rooms. I hope you enjoy your piece and much as I enjoyed seeing your post. BTW: They normally sold for $20-$65 depending on how detailed they were.