My parents are staying for the Bank Holiday weekend and as my mum taught me all I know about charity shop shopping and bargain hunting it was inevitable that we would spend a morning trawling local charity shops.
Despite only a two hour reconnaissance we have an impressive haul! I told her that her bargains should be included on the blog too. so first up are my mum's goodies.
She bought two pairs of shoes (she's loving wedge heels now they are back 'in' - I'm jealous I can't wear heels due to my CMT)
She bought a cat print fun fur jacket as she's envious of mine ;-)
She also bought this lovely embroidered and beaded bag, originally from Accesorize, which I spotted and she nabbed while I was deciding if I needed another handbag!
A skirt and top, the skirt is linen and the top is a Jaeger one
Two very pretty bowls, the china one to be a soap dish (it is just the right size) , it's very delicate and cute, the glass one she has no idea what to use for but in true Magpie style, she bought it because she liked it!
And then the goodies I bought (which actually are not as awesome)
First I was attracted the suave good looks and roguish moustache of Ian Stewart , unable to resist his 50's charms I bought him to play on my retro portable record player.
I bought a teacup and saucer for Mr Tattooed Mummy with the witty slogan, "I don't go to the Gym - I garden" which is very appropriate.
I bought a small bag for myself featuring My Little Pony - it's quirky and odd and is a source of embarrassment to DD so my work as a parent is going well.
I found the perfect match for a previously found and adored pyrex bowl (see here) so was very happy with that.
I bought two annuals for DD at 50p each (cheaper than a comic!) and she was thrilled.
And I scored a copy of the SIMs (deluxe edition) for PC which I haven't tried but have always wanted to - for £1
So all in all a fine haul. How did you fare? was there a drought? or a flood of great bargains in your life this week?