I love charity shopping, here's some lovely things I've been buying...
I have many small niblings, and I'm only buying secondhand or eco friendly presents this year, so this lovely hedgehog on wheels, that looks brand new, will be going to one of them for their birthday this year.
Hedgehog on wheels, £3, local hospice charity shop.
In the same vein, I picked up these lovely games for between £2 and £3 pounds each, they're in really nice condition (apart from the counting game is missing one yellow hoop!), so will be played with or given to the niblings.
Children's games and puzzles, £2-3 each, local PDSA charity shop.
I LOVE these shoes! They were £15 including postage from eBay, they're soooo cute!
Red or Dead Jade shoes, £15, eBay.
My mum gave me this super lovely beaded food cover from the charity shop she volunteers in. I'll use it on my jug of juice in the garden in the summer.
Beaded food cover, present, local Oxfam shop.
My mum's husband volunteers in a different charity shop, and he kindly picked up this air dry clay for me - what can I make with it?!
Air dry clay, present, local Salvation Army charity shop.
I try to resist crafting materials, as I have so much, and I haven't actually had any motivation or inspiration to craft for a while, but I couldn't walk past this fabric for £1 a piece, or these scrabble-style letter tiles, I'm sure they'll come in handy, either for me, my Rainbow guides or for crafts at work!
Fabric, £1 each, local Sue Ryder charity shop. Scrabble tiles, 75p, local hospice shop.
Have you bought anything good from the charity shops lately?