Friday Finds #4 | Thrift, Craft, and Antique Stores

I know, I know. These finds were from November, but I'm still trying to catch up. I do hope y'all will forgive me and just enjoy the finds!

Here's my video reveal of all of these scores. It actually includes all of them because it was recorded just after I discovered the goodies.

If you're just not feeling like watching me ramble for five and a half minutes, here's a peek at most of what I unearthed.
From a thrift store in Mobile, AL
From Blue Girl Beading Co in Gulf Shores, AL
From Hobby Lobby
My favorite find in this post! From The Rabbit Hole Marketplace in Summerdale, AL
The jewelry was brought home in a bag and sorted before being placed in a jar. This may not be the right jar. You'll have to watch the video to see what I got. Oh, and I figured out that the tiny jars are food coloring jars. I was excited about that. Anyway, these were from an antique store in  Robertsdale, AL.

So, that's the bulk of my finds lately (even if that was back in November). I've been so busy since then, there hasn't been a whole lot of treasure hunting. Hopefully that will change. However, I've got so many treasures right now that I really just need to spend some time working with them instead of hunting for more! Who can resist the thrill of the hunt though?

Have you found anything good lately?


  1. Oh, Hope! Drooling here...I also love the keys, and the Vintaj finds are fabulous! I do love a good hunting trip. I can't wait to see what you do with all this fabulosity!

  2. oh this takes me back ... I had piles of those old McCalls and Butterick patterns. I actually made my first couple of suits before moving to NY when I got out of college. ha! and then that watch ... I have one exactly like it - an old Seiko I got for HS graduation. Thanks for the trip down memory lane :)


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