Vintage Market Finds in Vermont for the Garden
Do you love shopping for vintage market finds? Wait until you see what I found at the vintage market in Vermont for the garden.
There were so many great vendors and we found lots of cool stuff!
Some things came home with me.
And others I had to leave behind.
Wait until you see what I found thrifting this month!
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The Latest Thrift Hauls
Have you been following along with my thrifting journeys each month?
Last month, I found the coolest copper tub that you guys loved.
And I couldn’t agree with your more!
It looks so pretty all potted up for fall.
I can’t wait to plant it for winter!
This month, I found some AWESOME items that I brought home and some other cool things I wish I bought.
Vintage Market Finds for the Garden
Since we were up in Vermont a lot this fall, I hit the outdoor antique mall as much as possible.
I was hoping I’d see some of the vendors that were there Labor Day Weekend.
But that wasn’t the case.
So some of the things I should have bought, I totally missed out on.
I mean you can’t buy everything you see…can you?
If you ask Chris, he’ll tell you no. LOL!
Anyway, here are some of the cool things I found!
So there weren’t as many vendors this week as there were Labor Day Weekend.
But I still found some great stuff!
This time, we were shopping with my mother and step-father who visited with us for the weekend.
The highlight of this vintage market trip was finding $5 on the ground on my way in!
I mean…it’s like the flea market gods wanted to me to buy stuff today.
So I did.
Crocks, crocks and more crocks.
I love finding crocks when I’m out thrifting.
They are perfect for cut flowers, live and artificial plants.
Of course you can drop other collections of things in there too.
Like rolling pin collections, birch branches and other cool stuff.
But I lean towards plants, flowers and other organic materials.
How awesome is this Afghani table? (I hope I am spelling that correctly).
It was kind of big so I don’t really have room for it in my house.
But I thought it would make a great plant riser.
It cost like $100.
I thought it was a pretty good deal but opted not to buy it because I don’t have the space in my home for it.
I love copper items for fall decor don’t you?
These caught my eye and are just beautiful.
While I was walking around, I thought these megaphones were so cool.
Don’t they look like witch’s hats?
They’d make perfect Halloween decor!
I LOVE these gorgeous red goblets!
They would be perfect for my holiday table this year.
So I bought them.
He only had 5 so he cut me a deal from $30 to $15.
I was happy with it and snatched them up quick!
Aren’t those rusty wheel rims so cool?
They’d look great displayed on a wall or in the garden.
And of course you can always find vintage skis or snowshoes here.
We have a few displayed in our Vermont cabin.
But I’ve also crossed the skis in my garden and hung some winter boughs with holly on them.
It looks so pretty and festive all winter long.
And that’s it!
Thanks for thrifting in Vermont with me today!
Thrifting for Vintage With Friends
One of the best parts about blogging is meeting friends from around the globe.
It is super cool to see how different things are in different areas of the country.
And I’ve come to learn that thrifting and shopping for vintage decor can be easy or a challenge depending on your location.
Wait Until You See What Some Friends Found This Month Too!
My good friend Kim from Shiplap and Shells found some super cool treasures this month in the Puget Sound.
And I can I just say how much I LOVE this sign!!!
If you’ve not seen her garden and how she blends these treasures in with her blooms, you’ve got to check it out!
And my good friend Jennifer from Cottage on Bunker Hill in New Hampshire visited 3 antique stores in MA.
Jennifer makes the coolest DIY projects.
I wonder what she’ll be making after her trip to MA.
Wait until you see the cool stuff she found!
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