Hey friends, I feel like I’m finally getting back to normal. Between the holidays and being sick, it’s taken me all month to start feeling creative again.
I finally went thrifting last week and found some great deals.
It started last Saturday when Brad and I went on a little adventure and continued throughout the week.
I began to pick up things I have on my thrifting list to use for Spring decorating.
No, I didn’t find everything on my list, but during the hunt, I found some things that were not on my list. LOL
So I’m going to share a few of my finds today, plus…. lots of brunch ideas.
Wow, I didn’t realize as I was planning this past week’s schedule, but it was full of brunch ideas.
I wanted to share my Galentine’s Brunch ideas since Valentine’s is right around the corner. Then it’s the third week which means it’s all about Supper Club.
I apologize if you aren’t interested in brunch ideas, but don’t worry because you’ll find lots of inspiration from around the web, plus my thrifted finds.
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This is a look back at all my adventures this past week.
Thrift Store Finds
Remember last week when I shared about going on an adventure to find a unique restaurant? Well, we also did a little thrift store shopping.
In addition, I continued to stop in at some of my favorite shops during the week. So I wanted to share some of my finds.
First, I found a few ceramic pieces that I couldn’t resist.
All of these pieces feel like spring to me.
I have plans for the bunny tureen and swan planter, and I can’t wait to share them with you.
The cute beach cow salt and pepper shakers were only $2.00 and will make a great conversation piece at the beach cottage.
In addition, the vintage set of Spice bottles may be my favorite find. I immediately washed them and filled the bottles with spices. For now, they are in my pantry, but I would like to display them in the kitchen. Just have to decide where.
Lastly, another swan, but this time in concrete, was a must-have and was actually on my list.
In addition, a trio of old copper pans and two vintage cookie cutters completed my week.
I look forward to sharing what I plan for each of these treasures in the next few weeks.
In Case You Missed It.
Next, take a look at this Valentine’s Porch Decor. It only cost $7.00 to create this festive door decoration.
In preparation for our monthly Supper Club series, I shared this yummy Hot White Russian Coffee Cocktail recipe.
Then it was time for our Supper Club – Book Club Brunch Table Settings. I hope you enjoyed seeing this fun tablescape.
I pulled out these DIY Twig Plate Chargers and decided to share one of my first blog tutorials with you again this week.
And finally, it was time for the Book Club Brunch Menu and Recipes.
Adventures off the Dirt Road
Why Didn’t I Think of That?
Each week, there are so many wonderful blog posts, and I’m sharing some of my favorites with you today.
There are so many creative ideas, and I’m always asking myself, “Why didn’t I think of that”? LOL
Kim shares what you need to know about creating a stunning cut flower garden with this seed collection.
Wait until you see how Jennifer combined herbal botanicals with air dry clay for a Valentine’s DIY.
This yummy Valentine’s Day Recipe is actually easy to make. Please take a look at Cindy’s recipe.
What do you think about this heart-shaped Charcuterie Board? Renae creates a stunning table arrangement for Valentine’s Day.
I love these super easy Rustic Hearts.
Need some inspiration for Kid’s Valentine’s Gift Ideas? Check this out.
Check out these great vintage and antique finds.
In My Cart
As I said in the beginning, I’m getting ready for Spring and have added a few items to my cart to help with projects and other plans I have coming up.
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