First up, the Holly Hedge charity shop had these cute home-made record bowls. I know you can make these yourself in the microwave, but they were only 50p so I thought they were well worth it. I'm going to use them to display jewellery in at my Stella & Dot trunk shows. What do you think:
Next up was St Peters Hospice. I'm not a huge fan of them... they charge far too much and our local branch has a sale rail at the moment!! I've heard of 20p or 50p bins at charity shops, or even a £1 rail. But to actually have a charity shop with a "sale" err.. no, that's all wrong! Anyway, I still check out what they have, just in case! This time I grabbed a few few books at 50p each and a brand new designer t shirt for a 0-6 month old for £2 which I'm going to give to my friend when she has her baby.
|Antoni & Alison top & "Colours" book by the Meg & Mog writer!
|Ethan has taken a liking to Miffy books & he loves The Snowman
Feeling very pleased with myself I started making my way home... trouble was, my route took me past one last shop, Changing Lives. It was minutes away from closing for the day, but I dashed in. I'm glad I did. What I took home with me for the bargain price of £2.50!
Yup! A pair of Nine West shoes. My size, pretty comfy and in great condition. Yippee!!
I'm linking up with Lizzie for Magpie Monday.