Honestly, it's a title that doesn't bother me at all. As a matter of fact, I'm kind of proud of that title! Finding treasures at "tag" sales (synonymous with yard sales) is one of life's greatest joys.
Thrift stores, flea markets, and consignment shops are definitely some of the most fun places on earth to shop.
After decades of finding awesome bargains to enhance the beauty of our home, it would be almost impossible for me to pay full price in a store for anything.
Truly, one can find exquisite items if willing to rummage through boxes, see the "diamond" behind the dirt, and visualize how an item will look in one's home.
Virtually everything shown in the photographs in today's post came from thrifting. Everything.
The lines of the gorgeous pitcher, shown below, are so unique. Even though I loved it, a very beloved friend got it as a Christmas gift. It's always good to share thrifted treasures.
This box of sparkling pink Christmas balls and tree topper will be perfect on my future pink tree! I bought the entire box at a Salvation Army store for $3.99!
Silver trays can often be purchased cheaply. They make perfect fruit trays or bases for silver vases with flowers.
I love this tea pot and put it on top of the refrigerator where it can be seen every day.
Colored glass in all hues calls to me. These beautiful amber pieces all came from tag sales or thrift shops. In the fall, they line the kitchen windows.
Of course, I love all different colored glass such as this green vase, some cobalt treasures, and a couple pieces from a cherished cranberry glass collection.
Thrifting is the absolute best addiction a person can have!
WHAT IS YOUR FAVORITE ITEM TO LOOK FOR IN THRIFT SHOPS OR AT TAG SALES?