I got out a little late this Saturday morning. I had a really overwhelming and tiring week so I let myself sleep in a little bit before I got out. By the time I got out to my car it was 8:30 and I had no cash with me. On my way out I grabbed the only money I had.....my change jar.
Even being late and counting out my change to pay for items I was still able to find a few things.
I got all these green plants for $2. These will be good for decorating. It's always nice to have some green to throw in the mix. I will paint the pots to match whatever color scheme I need.
C.J. mentioned wanting some noodles for when we go out to the lake so I picked these up for .50 cents a piece.
Jaysa is really into being a cowgirl right now. When I saw these little kids chaps I thought she would love using them for dressups. I paid $2 dollars for them.
I also bought myself two workout tank tops and an athletic jacket for $1 a piece.
I found C.J. a few shirts at the same garage sale. I bought him 4 shirts for 3.50. The two black shirts are Under Armour and Reebok polo's he will be able to wear to work. The other shirt is just one he can run in. I bought it for .50 cents. The last shirt was a white Callaway golf shirt that must be in the wash somewhere cause I couldn't find it to take a picture of it. I bought the others for $1 a piece.
OTHER AWESOME DEALS
Here is a kid's bounce house for $75. This would be so much fun!
I loved these flats but they were a little bit too big. They were a few dollars a piece.
These are brand new kid's track shoes for $3 dollars.
Here is an umbrella stroller for $2 dollars. You can't beat that price!
I also found a lady that was selling some canopy covers she made for $15 dollars a piece.
She had lots of patterns. Some of them weren't the cutest but if you are in need of one this would work.
She also ha some of THE cutest baby girl clothes for $1 a piece.
I think this one was really cute! She also had a little black onesie that said "This is my little black dress" and had a pearl necklace printed on it. SO CUTE!
This tin bucket was .50 cents. I just bought one of these at D.I. for $1 and here is what I did with it.
This is hanging on the ladder I made a while back for my brother's engagements. I am still working on getting a few other things up on it before I post about it. This was a silver tin can just like the one I found at the garage sale. I spray painted it white. I found an awesome roll of this burlap at D.I. for $2 dollars. I cut a piece off and drew a #5 on my can with a permanent marker.