Time to show you some of my recent op shopping finds :)
Two Expo 88 (Oz the platypus) fridge magnets, I rambled on about expo 88 in this old blog post, if you're keen to know more :)
Have you ever started a collection and then had the realisation that space might be a factor for this collection to continue? That's how I've been feeling about Pyrex (which I see quite a lot of it whilst thrifting) so I've been way selective and also wondering if I should just stop now - eep?!
This knitting book is half super amazing and half wildly inappropriate
White male in aboriginal themed sweater = what were they thinking???
The photography is amazing though, the country setting with all the models looking crazy sad! How great is that cardie with the Fosters design (type of aussie beer) on the far right!
I would love love to be able to knit these patterns, Vegemite and Ned Kelly and a koala cosey! Every thrift mission I browse the jumper rack in case I found an amazing home made knitted jumper #dreamfind
The parakeet and kanga are so good!!
I also picked up a bunch of yen mags for a dollar, I've got a big stash of Yen and Frankie now that I need to read ASAP!
These snowflake Pyrex dishes, were cute and small = win win!
A little plastic moth brooch I purchased in Biggenden for 2 dollars :) Moths have a special place in my heart and it's rare to see them in jewellery form!
Another name mug for my collection (also super hard to find!) and a divided casserole dish which I've been taking to BBQs recently and its been the perfect size
and lucky last, a swan holder probably for toothbrushes but I'm using it for pens on my desk :)
Such a rebel :P
Such a rebel :P