There wasn't a whole lot to look at this weekend in the 'Burg. The weather was nasty, and the paper didn't have many sales listed that were close enough for me to justify going out.
So I took the girls into Salvation Army for a quick browse. It was quick because I couldn't find a cart to stick them in. Michaela Byrd gets heavy after a few minutes, and Natalie kept pulling on my arm and saying, "But I don't want to go to SalBation Army!"
She cheered up considerably when we found a mini muffin tin identical to the one I found last month. It will come in handy when I need to make a bigger batch of mini muffins, brownies, or tarts. It also nests perfectly inside the other one for easy storage!
I am a sucker for children's books. I grew up loving good books, and I am so (!) glad I have two girls who love to be read to. We found Charlie and the Chocolate Factory and Ramona and Her Father (who doesn't love Beverly Cleary?!) tucked away on a bottom shelf. Sometimes you really have to dig through the beat up Disney dime-a-dozen books, but you can find a real gem if you try!
Got all three items for...74 cents!! Not bad for a rainy, muggy day.
I forgot to share this last week. Found this at the same Salvation Army last week for a dollar. I liked the shape of it. I can't decide if I'll use it for a vase or to serve juice at my sister's shower in August.
Close up of the detail on the front.