Sunday, 2 October 2011

This week from the...

'Glomesh, Made in Australia' already in use. $2.50 for the coin purse, and $2 for the wallet, from different Op-shops about a week apart. Isn't it funny how sometimes matching pieces turn up in groups, and then nothing for ages.

The Hostess Cook Book (1952), featuring over 700 recipes. First on my list is Yo-Yo' and Coconut Butterscotch Pie. 50c for this one.

And lastly this quite large pumpkin canister ($4).

Happy thrifting for the week ahead.


  1. Zara, you have a knack for finding wonderful bargins...I love those purses and that cookbook is fab, thoguh I always have trouble converting the measurements :)

  2. Heh, I like your op-shop pic, and that cook book looks cool, the oldies are always the goodies x

  3. Lovely peices you have. I also have glomesh purses that eventually get matched up

  4. Wahoo great finds! What are you going to put in the pumpkin I wonder? Could be useful on Oct 31st!
    Gotta love glomesh!

  5. I'm definitely a fan of the glomesh! That pumpkin canister is pretty cool too.

  6. LOVE glomesh so. much. My great-grandma has a beige shoulder-strap bag.

    Cute pumpkin and cute cookbook!

  7. Love those coin purses. So lovely!

    The Joyful Thrifter

  8. awesome finds. I have a soft spot for glomesh

  9. Ohh Zara, I adore the glomesh. I remember loving my mums glomesh purse as a child. The glomesh purses in my local oppy are in the glass cabinet section(read the too expensive to buy section)


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