The first thing I spotted was this chunky wood slice bowl…thing:
It was only $5!
I have no idea what that little nub in the center is, do you?
I plan on removing it during it's makeover but right now it almost looks like it'd hold golf tees and maybe golf balls would sit around the edges? Who knows haha
UPDATE: Thanks to readers Leslie and Brigitte (and my mom) for letting me know that the bowl is actually a nut bowl! Apparently the nutcracker sits in the larger holes and curved metal picks sit in the smaller ones (so you can pick open stubborn shells) while nuts fill the rest of the bowl. Pretty cool!
I spotted this little gold tea light holder a few aisles away from the chunky wood slice bowl:
It was $2!
I didn't really need it but I liked the star cut outs and thought it would look cute in some future holiday vignettes :)
The last thing(s) we left with were a few wall frames:
All of them were $1 except for the gold frame which was $2:
I'm debating on whether or not I want to do anything to them since I kind of like the mix of their current finishes. We'll see!
We also got a standing frame:
The acrylic/plastic part swings back and forth which is different! I'm not a fan of the light colored wooden base so I might paint it (hot pink? army green?) or sand it down and stain it a little darker. I also plan on choosing some art that's smaller than the piece of acrylic/plastic and mounting it in the center so it'll be a swinging floating frame!
Oh and it was $2 which I thought was a total steal!
Total spent? $15.13 including tax! Maybe I should go thrifting more often...
Have you been thrifting lately? What have you found?