Thrift Store Finds – Vintage Owl Bank {link-up}

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Thrift Store Finds

vintage owl bank

My recent visit to Clover Market, the local flea market filled with local handmade items and vintage treasures was a total success. No surprise there, though. It’s one of my very favorite markets!

This colorful vintage owl bank is perfect for our daughter’s room. The colors are vibrant and I just love all the details. It reminds me of the bank I had growing up!

It was also a purchase from one of my very favorite Clover Market sellers: Stephanie at InWiththeOld. She’s local to PA, but she has an Etsy shop, so anyone can take advantage of her great eye for vintage treasures! Follow her on Facebook, too, where she sometimes offers special discounts (and photos of vintage goodies to brighten up your news feed)!

Share your own thrift store finds

Did you find an amazing steal at a thrift store? Join Crystal from Surviving a Teacher’s Salary and me as we share our money-saving deals from thrift stores every Thursday! We would LOVE to see your great deals too! Link up your own thrift store finds and join us every Thursday to be inspired by everyone else’s deals!




This week I’m also linking up to the following:
Thrifty Thursday RewindFabulously FrugalThrifty Thursday FavoritesFrugal Days Sustainable Ways

Comments

  1. says

    So cute! A friend of mine did an owl cake last year for her daughter’s birthday. She ordered it from Traub’s.

    I have to go thrift shopping. I just need to make time on the weekends because it gets stressful bringing my 4 year old along.

    • Alissa says

      Oh fun! I bet that cake was super cute! I definitely do my best thrift shopping without the kids, too. I’m hoping in a year or two they’ll be able to truly appreciate the patience (and thrill) of the treasure hunt and join me, though!

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