Sunday, September 2, 2007

Rummage Day

There is nothing I like better that a good old rummage, so today was the day we went off to our usual secondhand place called Emmaus which is a charity run by and for the homeless, they have branches all over the world. Sometimes I go there and come away with nothing feeling quite disappointed but yesterday I struck lucky. We arrived early and managed to get 7 pairs of old french shutters for the barn and a couple of little french chairs. I also came away with some enamel pie dishes an old oak rolling pin, a butter dish, several white french cotton sheets and bargain of the day 2 pairs of huge salon curtains which I,ve started washing already. The whole lot cost me 80 euros which I think is about £50.


cd&m said...

Hello thanks for visitng Caton Darling and Moore and welcome to the wonderful world of blogging. We are also quite new to it all but have already met some lovely folk and it is all great fun. Love your blog already and will keep coming back to see what you have been up to. BTW if you change your comments to allow other commentors it will make it easier for Typepad and Wordpress bloggers to comment thus you may well get more comments.
Off to check out your website now.

A Saucerful Of Secrets said...

Hi there Julie or is it Jules, just came across you via cd&m's blog, thought I'd call round. I started my blog in July and wondered why I wasn't getting many comments, I still don't get that many, but hey, I'm enjoying doing it and my children will be able to look back and read about our adventures. Your doing great, I shall call again, Best Wishes from Annie x

Mary said...

You can certainly get some bargains in France and so much in keeping with older houses Hope you are getting sunshine there its really miserable here.

Country Cottage Chic said...

What great finds! Welcome to the world of blogging - I'm so pleased to have found your blog & will look forward to reading more!

Leanne said...

good bargains there, I enjoy a good bargain too!

Leanne x

Tracy said...

Lucky you they look fab oh how I wish I lived in France......maybe when the children have grown up

pink-petal-designs said...

Hi, thanks for visiting my blog, you have a lovely blog too .
I love a good old rumage and you have some lovely finds there !
Sarah x

mollycupcakes said...

Many thanks for the lovely comments you left on my post.
I'm with you on the whole rumaging thing, it's just such fun.
Very glad you like my website, we're still geting all my stock this new look site. It will be finished very soon, so hope to see you back there ;)
Kind regards.

Catherine x

Sophie Honeysuckle said...

Oh I love french shutters-I have some in my conservatory and I love them!! You found some great things!

GigerVamp said...

Hi, thanks for visiting my blog, it's lovely meeting new people, and I'm looking forward to getting to know you better. :)
You've got some great finds there. Just imagine how much pastry that rolling pin has rolled out over the years!

Charmingdesigns said...

Hi, just found your blog, lovely! Love the goodies you found. What are those containers called that have the funny spicket on them. I have one...dont know what to do with Keep blogging away and I will keep visiting! Laurie

buttercup&roses said...

oh my...What fabulous finds!!! We dont have anything like that near us, I wish we did, Im so jelous, the shutters sound just wonderful!

Jennifer x

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