I got these two cute Radio Flyers at the big garage sale. Both the scooter and the wagon are for my three year old. He picked out the wagon himself and had such fun pulling it around. And, he kept trying to find things to put in it, so the sweet lady selling it gave him a little wooden box to put in it. The wagon is super cute, not only as a fun toy, but couldn't you see it as a centerpiece for a wagon or tricycle themed baby shower or something? I could...and I totally will if given the opportunity. :)
And look at all the books I scored! Some of those board books are practically new. And, I love finding vintage books. I collect Golden Books, so those are always fun to find. But, the vintage Dr. Suess and Eloise Wilkin books are super-awesome. Oh, and there's Twilight Books and a Sinatra CD in there, too.
I've always needed some little tiny bud vases, since my boys are forever bringing me dandelions and assorted wildflowers, which just don't fit in a regular vase. And I hate just throwing them away right away. They're like little symbols of love from my boys. So, now I have a place to put them. One is milk glass, a smaller version of one my mom had when I was a kid. And the other is pewter. Sort of. It's like 3% pewter and the rest is tin. But, I'm still going with pewter. :) By the way, the picture makes it hard to tell dimensions very well. The roses that are modeling the vases for me are teeny tiny cupcake roses. Don't you love the name Cupcake Rose? I have a bush in my yard, and I'm loving snipping off tiny roses to put in my new vases!
None of the above stuff cost me very much at all. And yet, as you can see by the vast number of smiley faces in my post, have given me much pleasure. Yay for thrifting treasures! :)