One of my favorite finds were these Saltwater Sandals for Youngest Princess. We're still having pretty warm weather and I needed some school shoes. These were $1 and fit perfectly.
Aren't they cute? Apparently someone else thought they were cute, too. It was a good thing that they were only a dollar because last night at her daddy's flag football game, she took them off to play in the dirt and by the time we went to have her put them back on, they were gone. It doesn't sting so much to lose a pair of shoes that were only a dollar, but I was sad to see one of my treasures gone already.
I've wished for a long time that I had a glass pitcher that I could serve ice water or lemonade in, so I thought this was perfect for 50 cents. : )
I loved it and thought $2 was a good deal, but then I got home and couldn't find any outfits I could use it with. I'm not supposed to buy anything unless I know I can use it and I'm willing to part with something of equal function, size, or use when I get home so I don't fill up my house with
Lesson learned. (But I still like it so I don't regret it too much. Would it be wrong to go and buy an outfit to match my $2 purse? Ha Ha) : )
My kids have gotten into the treasure hunting as well. The girls were pretty proud of the light switch covers they found for their bedrooms for 50 cents each:
I got the baseball sign from my last treasure hunt up. It's a perfect fit for Prince Charming's room.
He got another addition to his room this time:
It doesn't fit the sports theme, but it looks good with his play mat. Now I've got to get that up on the wall.
Speaking of Prince Charming-
Hey Mom, whatcha doin'?
I'm a treasure. Take my picture!
One of my favorite bloggers inspired me and I had fun with it.