Do you love to go thrifting or antiquing and find pretty things with the best deals? I love to thrift unique items for my home and garden.
Wait until you see what I found thrifting this month!
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Thrift Unique Items
I love shopping in all the local thrift and antique stores in Vermont.
When we are up at the cabin, I’m always finding something cool to bring home.
The town where our cabin is even has a weekly outdoor antique market in spring through fall.
Wait until you see the unique thrifty finds I found!
Thrifting with the Gals
Have you been following along with the monthly thrift hauls?
Every month my friends from around the country get together and go thrifting.
It’s so cool to see how different the thrifting is in different parts of the country!
If you are coming from Kristin’s at White Arrow Home, Kristin has such a beautiful log cabin home in the Northwoods of Wisconsin.
Thrifting Unique Decorating Items at Wilmington’s Antique Flea Market
I love to go finding but there aren’t a lot of options to go thrifting near me that are a close drive.
And the options there are, have limited hours of operation so I can’t always get out when they are open.
So when I’m up in Vermont, I make it a point to get out to the cool shops to see what I can find.
This month, I found some few cool items for my home and garden.
One of my favorite places to thrift is the antique flea market in Wilmington, VT.
There are lots of great vendors that find some cool vintage and salvage finds.
You can pretty much find anything you want there.
From t-shirts, to jewlery to architectural salvage and plants, this outdoor flea market has it all.
Wait until you see what I found!
My daughters Mackenzie and Shana came with me.
They enjoyed looking at crystals, clothing and some decorating items for their dorm rooms at college.
But I found these totally awesome egg crates!
Aren’t they fabulous?
Perfect for my garden.
I’m not sure where they will go yet but could stick a container garden in it or just add it to the beds for some cottage garden interest.
One of my favorite finds, and I’m so upset it was already sold is this rustic find!
Isn’t it so cool!
That would look awesome in my garden all planted up, right?
And speaking of gardens, while I was walking through the flea market, I came upon these gorgeous sunflowers!
Aren’t they amazing?
If I was up here full time to care for them, I would get them.
My small gardens there right now don’t have much planting space and I’m not planting anything while I’m here this weekend.
But they really struck me while I was walking through the flea market.
In addition to those beautiful sunflowers, this seller had lots more flowering plants to select.
Not gonna lie, it was not easy to leave without anything green!
After we were done shopping at the flea market we stopped by my favorite antique store that I told you about last month.
Unique Thrift Finds Found at My Favorite Antique Store in Vermont
Since my favorite antique store is right near the antique flea market, the girls and I dropped in to see what he had.
And I’m so glad I did because I found this adorable wrought iron basket.
Not sure where it is going yet, but I love it!
And I also found a few crocks and jugs that I’m bringing home.
I love using crocks with my decor.
They are perfect for tucking in my plants and flowers.
My Thrifting With the Gals Group
My friends and I share our in-store finds in Instagram stories every Wednesday at 1PM EST.
If you can’t make it at 1 to shop with us, the stories stay live for 24 hours.
So if you want to come along in-store, be sure to stop by Instagram and check it out.
And the stories will be saved to my highlight called Thrifting.
Next up on the thrifting tour, is Kristi from The French Creek Farmhouse. Let’s see what she found thrifting this month!
Want to See What the Gals Found? Click on the Name Below!
- Bricks ‘n Blooms (You are here)
- The Ponds Farmhouse
- Dabbling and Decorating
- White Arrows Home
- French Creek Farmhouse
- Sonya Burgess Blog
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