I think this might have been my first time in an actual Good Will store, but I was on a mission so I didn't stray too much. Not like there was all that much to stray towards...
Last week we bought some shelves on clearance at Target, so I was trying to find knick-knack type things to place on them. Here is what I ended up with:
- Two brand-new frames for 99 cents
- One white frame for $1.99
- Two white vases, 49 cents each
- Two white tulip candle holder-things, $1.99 each
- One Pumpkin dish, 99 cents each
|The other frame was being spray painted, so it's not pictured. They were still in the plastic!|
Why would anybody but Emily Neria ever want this bobble head trophy? This is so strange to me!
After the Good Will, I headed to HD to get some spray paint for those frames. Now, before you go off thinking that I am not saving money on the frames since I had to buy spray paint to alter them, mind your own business! Just kidding. I bought the can of spray paint for the frames AND for another DIY project coming soon to a blog near you!
After HD, I headed over to Michael's to get some scrapbook paper. I wanted to accomplish this project in a bad way. There was a sale going on, 4 pieces of paper for $1. That's quite a deal considering they're normally 59 cents each! I got 5 pieces before heading over to the wooden (?) area to find the letter "D." I also picked up a tiny can of black spray paint since the letter was white, and I wanted it black!
|You can't tell, but the red/white paper is gorgeous and shiney. The black and white on the end there had already been cut for the frame! I guess I was a little anxious.|
It will sit on a white shelf in either our master bedroom or master bathroom. We have plans to do that on Thursday! That's also what the white dohickies are for that I got from Good Will. The black frame is from Target and was $2.50. Total cost of this project was under $6.