Thrift Shop Projects March
Thrift shop projects March is not really a “project.”
It’s shopping creativity! 🙂
Needing a few containers to keep craft supplies at hand and still be decorative, I headed to our local Thrift Shop for our local Humane Society.
I could’ve found some plastic thingamabob in our local mass merchandiser. But I’d rather get creative in a thrift shop.
The money goes to a better cause.
Although the only money spent for this shopping trip was $4.25.
Can you guess, everything I bought was…white.
I started with a coffee mug to hold favorite pens and pencils. This coffee mug reminds me of the one my grandpa drank from for years. I have his actual mug in our dining room hutch.
It’s a very special cup of coffee when I drink from it!! 😀
I found an oval dish and I love the shape. It’s holding twine and clothespins. I use clothespins as small clamps when crafting.
A small bowl and matching saucer is perfect for small painting jobs. The paint washes out easy when I’m finished. I also use old inexpensive spoons and knives in the craft room. They are great to mix paint or open something.
My favorite idea was a cheese shaker to hold those special paintbrushes.
I going to love the craft room…if I ever get it finished!
Do you have a craft room or area in your home?
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