Category Archives: Gift of Thrift
My sister Lynzie Norquist was a guest blogger back in 2013. She LOVED to make things sparkle just like she did. To honor her, I’m reposting a few of her beautiful handcrafted items and I’m linking back to a couple of her “how Read More →
There is just something about children’s books that makes my heart happy! Maybe it is their beautiful illustrations and colors? Maybe it is the heart-warming stories? Or maybe it is just knowing how much children’s souls and minds are nourished with reading? Well, Read More →
Baskets have been a popular and useful household item, probably since people became people. “The earliest known baskets were made about 27,000 BC in eastern Europe. But people probably made baskets much earlier. They just don’t last very well, because they rot.” https://quatr.us/africa/history-baskets-invented-baskets.htm Flash Read More →
Give the Gift of Thrift! Finding something fun and unique (and thrifted) is a very clever, responsible and smart way to give! And to make the presentation fabulous, Thrift Town offers FREE downloadable-printable “Gift of Thrift” gift tags (Vintage Christmas Tree was from Thrift Read More →
Katie from Thrift Your Heart Out recently searched our Sacramento store for the perfect holiday gifts and decor. Take a look at what she found in her latest video! Click the picture below to watch.
It’s one of my general (personal) parenting rules to not even dip my toe into the pool of “expensive hobbies”, cause even if you buy things one piece at a time, it can get addicting and well, expensive. My nephew LOVES trains, and had been wanting Read More →