Tuesday, August 30, 2011

The Op Shop


Another op shop visit last week yielded some more goodies.

A pretty blue chenille bedspread,

an EasiYo at last...
I have been trying to get hold of one of these for a while, so I can make my own natural yogurt.

Some Pyrex dishes I hope to use for pies,

and a cute little jug...
Have a great day everyone :)

11 comments:

  1. I love finding Pyrex in the op shop to. It's dear to buy new but I have found heaps at $1-2. I have just caught up with your recent posts & I do hope your shoulder is feeling much better. Not to much gardening to aggravate the healing I hope.
    Caroline

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  2. Good finds, I have not made yogurt lets know how you go..yumm.

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  3. Looks like some of my treasures after a trip to the Hosparus Shoppe. I had a yogurt machine 30 some years ago which I got with S&H green stamps.I blogged about it, since there was such a weird happening involving the machine. I'll see if I can locate that story and post you a link to it.(It may take a while. I think that was back before I learned to use labels on my posts.)

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  4. The pyrex will be super handy. I love the little jug - super cute.

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  5. Yay, what great finds! I love my easi yo. It gets a work out most days around here. With three kids, yoghurt doesn't last long!

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  6. I love my Eziyo, great find Tania. I never seem to be able to find pyrex down here unfortunately. Who knows what will pop up one day though.

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  7. I like the bedspread! Good finds for sure :)

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  8. I find it very hard to leave behind a chennile bedspread. That easiyo was a lucky find - I've never seen a second hand one in all my years of op shopping.

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  9. Awesome bargains! I was hoping to find an ezi-yo in the op-shop but the ones I found weren't intact, so had to get mine new. Love the pyrex dishes you found, will have to keep my eyes open for those to I think, thanks for the idea :) Hope you have fun with the pie making :) Take care, Regards Ruth

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  10. Ooooh, the aqua blue chenille spread is lovely! Those bedspreads always remind me of my Grandmother... she had them on the beds at her house.

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  11. Hi Tania - I found one recently at an op shop too - first time I'd seen one!

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