Thursday, July 14, 2016

Thrifty Thursday #224

I recently went to an estate sale and actually had the opportunity to make it to their pre-sale.
(A pre-sale is when they open on Thursday afternoon before the official sale
that runs Friday through Saturday.)
I didn't find anything big. I did, however, score some good office supplies.
 

I love old stamps.
I got these for $1 each.


I never pass up ledger paper- even it it's not vintage.
I got the pad of ledger paper for fifty cents and the graph paper pad for a dime.
 

I got this bundle of chipboard for fifty cents.

 
I also got a bunch of envelopes for $1.
I was loving the bottom envelopes. They're not your average size envelopes: they're 5 x 11 1/2".


The last thing I picked up is this tin of Brasso.
When I was in the Army, we used this stuff quite a bit on doorknobs and belt buckles.
I have a few old pewter pieces that I'd like to try to clean up.

Sometimes when I hit an estate sale pre-sale, I plan to go back on the last day to see what I can get at half price. I didn't see anything that I wanted to go back for this time, but I was glad I stopped.

Thanks for stopping by and God bless.

Set your mind on things above,
 not on things on the earth.
Col. 3:2

This post is linked to Blue Willow House, The Cottage Market, Life With Lorelai,
and Gingersnap Crafts.

4 comments:

Edye Nicole said...

I had no idea you were in the army, Laura! Thanks so much for your service :)

God bless
Edye | Http://gracefulcoffee.wordpress.com

VintageSouthernPicks Florence S said...

Love seeing people's finds! What will you do with the stamps? Anyway, useful finds. I never pass up ledgers either. I use them to do my bookkeeping on Etsy. Visiting links today from Vintage Charm Link Party.

Sahana Ajeethan said...

Love your estate sale haul. I love these kinds of sales.Thank you for sharing with us at #HomeMattersParty. We would love to have you again this week.

Sharon @ Blue Willow House said...

Great office paraphernalia finds. I love all kinds of paper goods like you found. My SIL was in the Navy! Thanks for sharing your finds at Vintage Charm.