My Mustard & Eggplant Thread Spool Necklace was featured in this great treasury of Plum and Mustard.
It’s been a while since I’ve done a post about my adventures in thrifting but now that I have been going more regularly I decided to give you a peek at some of my finds this month.
First up is my new favorite thing to search for, sheer button down shirts. They are great layering pieces for the summer months. I scored this one for a mere $4.
My embroidered slips have been selling quickly so I’ve been trying my best to build up my stock of vintage slips. This one was a great deal at $3.
Vintage nightie $5
Vintage Cardigan $4
Glass Diorama Containers $2-$4
Vintage wooden beads $3 a bag
I am pleased to announce that you can now find becky’s buttons & things at two locally owned boutiques here in Denver, Rakun & Fast Geek Boutique. Rakun is nestled in the Arts District on Santa Fe and specializes in locally made goods as well as recycled and upcycled wares.
The owner Meghan makes these adorable hand-stamped children’s clothing and shoes. Needless to say I’ll be headed back soon for a pair of those anchor shoes.
Paper Puppets by Miss Guindon.
Fast Geek Boutique is located in a cute strip of locally owned restaurants and store fronts called Cherokee Row. Created by Tina Jolliffe and Vincent Fasano, Fast Geek Boutique is dedicated to the creative local talents of Denver. The store includes original clothing designs, vintage clothing, accessories, jewelry, fabrics, craft supplies, art, books, and music.
If you haven’t been to these gems yet, check them out and tell them I sent you!