Here are my spoils:
I spotted a set of four of these glasses and quickly shot off a text to my friend Kristen. She collects this pattern but I wasn't sure if she needed goblets. She messaged right back that she wanted them, so into the cart they went.
Next, a very sturdy and cute basket for my daughter's Little Red Riding Hood Halloween costume. This will serve as part of the costume as well as the treat bucket. I also picked up a skirt for the costume, but plan to doctor it up a bit so I am not sharing yet.
Then my favorite find of the night, more vintage Christmas cookie cutters!
Also in the bag with the cookie cutters was this cake decorator. I have a few of these but this one is newer and in better condition.
The book section was pretty sparse but I pawed around until I found a few I wanted to take home, including these two children's Christmas books.
The Christmas carols book reminds me of one that I had as a child (and still have, sans its cover), and I love that it includes my favorite old English carol, "The Friendly Beasts."
Finally, I found these sweet little wooden buckets, which will be employed in my next Little House on the Prairie party somehow.
A few good finds, and I returned home in a better mood than I had left. Retail therapy, thrift style. Linking up to Sir Thrift a Lot.