Fab Finds & Thrifty Advice

2018 Jun

Contributed by: Anna Lee, Vlogger  and Salvation Army Thrift Store Creative Expert.

Okay funny question for you… where did spring go? I mean I’m not complaining or anything but it’s just crazy how we’re... more

2018 Jun

Contributed by Haley Ifraimov of Haley's Corner.

Here's thrifting tips for the summer from Vlogger Haley Ifraimov at our Richmond Hill location in Ontario.

2018 May

Contributed by: Denise of Thrifty by Design and Salvation Army Thrift Store Creative Expert.

It’s that time of year when you crave to get out in the garden and get dirty. Or at least I do!... more

2018 May

Contributed by: Anna Lee, Vlogger and Salvation Army Thrift Store Creative Expert.

Okay here’s the thing, I think I may have just found my ultimate varsity... more

2018 May

Contributed by: Autumn Hachey, Salvation Army Thrift Store Creative Expert. 

With the temperature rising, and Summer right around the corner.. It’s time to purge our... more

2018 May

Contributed by: Tijana, Creator of the A Plentiful Life  Blog and Salvation Army Creative Expert.

A friend asked me to help with a few girlie décor items.  She wants her new home to have some fun feminine elements, so I decided to create a bright pink Inspirational Globe!  Above is what the globe looked like before the transformation!  I found this vintage globe at my local Salvation Army Thrift Store... more

2018 May

Contributed by:Olivia Aimes, Vlogger and Salvation Army Thrift Store Guest Contributor.

For a vintage collector going to a Thrift Store is the equivalent of hunting for treasure in the wild. It's full of excitement and anticipation for what might be... more

2018 May

Contributed by: Anna Lee, Vlogger and Salvation Army Thrift Store Creative Expert.

Yep, official #crazyplantlady here coming at you with a fun challenge for today’s blog post. I thought I... more

2018 May


Contributed by Denise of Thrifty by Design and Salvation Army Thrift Store Creative Expert.

Here’s  another  list  to  share  -  5  thrift  store  treasures  you  can  repurpose into  garden  fixtures.  These  are  simple  projects  for  flowers,  herbs  or succulents.  Whatever  your  fancy!  Easy,  low  cost  and  they  look  darn good.

1.  The  easiest  is  to  repurpose  a  cup  or  bowl  into  a  planter.

Or  find  some  Mason  jars  and  turn  them  into  hanging  planters.
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2018 May

Contributed by:Anne Lee, Vlogger and Salvation Army Thrift Store Creative Expert.

As you guys all might know by now, I’m a total thrift... more

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