Thrifty Finds and Mini Tools

For the past few weeks, we’ve been prepping V for kindergarten.  He started today.  So crazy!  Between our prep, we made a few stops to thrift stores and a garage sale.  At said garage sale, I found a cane arm-chair with decent upholstery for 8 bucks.  Had to get it.

Cane-Chair-from-Front

I’m really hoping to find another similar chair to make a pair for the living room.  Until then, this lady is in our bedroom, hanging out next to the little cane ottoman.

Cane-Chair-from-Side

I also found these cute wicker and glass cups.  (Notice my new obsession?!)  Two bucks for the set of four!  And V picked out the brass apple that is also a bell.

Goodwill-Cups-and-Brass-Apple-Bell

Last week, Emily Henderson shared a picture of a mini tool set.  And I fell in love with it.  Had to have a mini gold something.

At Hobby Lobby, we always have to stop to look at the doll house stuff.  Not only for me, the boys love it, too.  I wanted to get a mini office or kitchen supply set, but didn’t see anything I liked.  But the boys found a…mini tool set.  So that’s what we got.  A quick coat of gold spray paint and my tools look nearly identical to Emily’s set.

Mini-Tool-Kit-Spray-Painting

Unfortunately the boys lost the little scissors, but I’ve got four cute gold tools mounted to a painted scrap of MDF.

Mini-Tool-Set

And admire it while working at my desk, along with my tiny silhouettes and mini sea shells.

Mini-Tool-Kit-on-Wall

Are you becoming a wicker hoarder?  Perhaps a miniature collector?  What’s your decor soft spot?

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8 thoughts on “Thrifty Finds and Mini Tools

  1. Being the age I am, I am so over wicker! During the 70s when my friends and I were all moving out of our parents house for the 1st time, wicker was the go-to thing in home decor because it was so inexpensive. We would joke about being able to feed goats in our apartments, we all had so much of it.

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