Thrifty Things Friday #47

Hi everyone!

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I recently picked up this frame at the thrift store (Yes, I went to a thrift store…finally!)  for $1.49. I loved the thickness of the wood. 

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Then I searched out “Vintage St. Patrick’s Day Postcards” and found these sweet little boy and girl postcards. I copied them and sized them to fit the frame openings and just printed it off on my printer. No special paper, printer or crafting machine. Just cut them and slide them into the frame.

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Isn’t that simple but so cute?

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You could do this for any season/holiday.

Now, let’s check out a couple of fun posts from last week.

Sandra at De Oude Huize showed us all the repurposed treasures throughout her home.

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Over at Retail DiYet, we saw a great redo on an old hutch!

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And at Scarlett Loves Elvis, we got to see some wonderful thrift finds!

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Thank you ladies for sharing such fun thrifty posts with us! Here is the “I was featured” button for your blog!

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Please remember to link your post back to this party at The Thrifty Groove. I only feature those who show the link on their post! Thank you!

Okay, let’s get this party on the road!





I’m joining:

Home Sweet Home

Tickled Pink

Show and Tell

Feathered Nest

Vintage Inspire

I’m Lovin’ it Friday

 

 

19 comments :

  1. Very cute and thrifty project!!! Thanks for hosting the party for us each week!

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  2. Hi lovely lady.
    This is so cute!!! I love all your thrifty project sweet lady.
    I would like to thank you so much for having your linky party for us.
    Hope you have a wonderful weekend coming up with your family.
    XXOO Diane

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  3. Love your features! I enjoy visiting everyone and seeing their treasures! Hugs! ♥

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  4. Great idea for an old frame. I have several just taking up space in the attic. Thanks !

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  5. What a cute project! I love that you found put the old postcards in them. Thank you for hosting this party.

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  6. Love the vintage St. Pat's graphics! Thank you for hosting!
    Sherry

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  7. What a cute idea. I love those St. Patrick's images.

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  8. Great use of a great frame. The St. Patrick's Day graphics are perfect! thanks for hosting!
    Lynn at Cottage and Creek
    www.cottageandcreek.com

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  9. I like that Diann! Now that we have a color printer I can do something like this! Hugs, Linda

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  10. Great finds, Diann! Thanks for hosting!...hugs...Debbie

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  11. Super idea to make great use of that adorable frame. The St. Patrick's themed postcards are so cute, too!

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  12. Oh Diann.....Those postcards are DARLING and they look perfect in that frame. What a super idea. Great job! Susan

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  13. I just love your little frame with the postcards, Perfect!
    I'm happy to be joining your blog party and looking forward to seeing all the other great thrifty finds!

    Thank You so much for the sweet comment you left on my blog!
    Have a wonderful weekend!

    Aledia

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  14. I love the postcards! They are super cute. Thank you so very much for featuring my hutch! I couldn't be more excited!
    Danielle @ The Retail DiYet

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  15. Great features again this week Diann! I don't have anything new so am here to see what everyone else has been up to!! I would love to see your sweater wreath when you get done!!!

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  16. That's a really great idea! I spent way too long on eBay and Etsy yesterday looking for vintagy St. Patrick's Day things...I forget how much is available to us online! :) I've got a weekend link-up going on too, if you're interested---just look for Thursday's post.

    I wanted to let you know that I'm hosting a month-long Giveaway Jubilee beginning March 1st. You can participate as a giver, a (hopefully) winner, or both! Just click on the button at the top right of my sidebar that says "Giveaway Jubilee" for more info.

    Have a happy day!
    Sarah

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  17. This is a sweet idea! Have a happy Sunday!

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  18. I love vintage postcards! I framed a bunch of vintage Halloween postcards. They are just too cool!

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Thank you for taking the time to comment! I love to hear your ideas. If you ask a question, I will answer it here in a comment back to you. Please check back! Thank you for visiting and have a wonderful day! Diann :)