Thrifter Share

A post to share your thrifted finds whether you plan to keep them, sell them or give them, share them here first!

Last week’s thrifter share kind of blew me out of the water, what an amazing find we hauled in, a ShopSmith right here, right now in our garage! Kind of amazing to think we now have the capability to make just about anything we want to, um except what do we want to make??? That’s the biggest question. I guess it’s best answered by HOW THE HELL do we run this thing and make it do all the cool stuff we want it to. It’s pretty nifty though because it comes with a step by step manual and walks you through several projects all the while teaching you each and every tool, and how to use them all.

My finds, not as exciting or as excellent, are more my speed and I don’t have to figure out how to use them. Well one, maybe I might need to figure it out, I’ll let you guess which one it is.

Adorable hand made doorknob decorations, 4 matchingthriftermakerfixerfarm.com

1 oddball. thriftermakerfixerfarm.comProbably for sale, we’ll see, they’re not my style but they’re vintage, handmade and kitschy which are all my style.

Little pair of wooden shoesthriftermakerfixerfarm.com perfect, PERFECT for leaving St. Nicholas a little something something on December 5th. Definitely for sale we have our own pair already.

And this awesome and slightly freaky Hansel and Gretel Cake Pan, the Hexenhaus. thriftermakerfixerfarm.comthriftermakerfixerfarm.com thriftermakerfixerfarm.comA stand up baking pan that clamps together, I’ll need to translate the recipe and directions to figure this thing out. Pretty cool though. 

What are you spending your pennies on?


3 thoughts on “Thrifter Share

  1. You found some cute things. That Hansel and Gretel cake pan is sure unusual. I wonder how it would look when you baked with it. Have a great week!!

  2. that fairytale of children getting lost in the woods and then getting fattened up to become witch’s dinner was my most dreaded one as a kid. the cake tin is a bit creepy! :) love the wooden clogs though!

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