I bought this chair for $2! Ok, so some people can't believe that I actually PAID for this chair, but my oldest dd literally said, "Oh that's gorgeous!". Yes, she knows beauty...well, it WILL be beautiful after I repaint it and my mom re-covers it.This vintage tissue box was $1, the round paper doilies were .13, and the VERY OLD and well loved hamper was $3.50. It is perfectly shabby!
This stool was $3 (my girls are using it as it is-they insisted- beside their bed), the cute vintage hankie was .25 and so was the child's gold necklace.
Just in case you haven't gotten a good look at the chair...
I have now sanded the chair and taken out the old horsehair and burlap that was covering the springs. I will show an after picture in a few weeks (hopefully).
The first time that I went to this sale I was looking at some newly embroidered pillowcases and the (older lady) seller asked if I knew how to embroider. When I said that I didn't, she insisted that she teach me, so I told her that I didn't have time that day, but I would surely be back to her sale later in the week. Well, as soon as she saw me, she had her supplies ready and started in on showing me how to embroider (I did pay a little bit of attention as I was scanning all of the new things that she had put out to sell). Just another bonus to thrifting!