Monday, 3 May 2021

May Bank Holiday Weekend Charity Shop Haul

This weekend, we headed out into town to visit the new local Artisan Farmers Market held at Whitstable Castle. On the way, we popped into a few charity shops and I managed a pretty decent haul which I thought I'd share today! 
First up is this Joules Body Care Set for £3.50 ... I was really pleased with this buy as it I love Joules and this was brand new! Joules sets normally pop up in Boots around Christmas time, and I'd imagine this set is worth at least £10.
If you believe in the law of attraction (which I very much do!) this item I was talking about a few weeks ago, saying how it'd be great to have a float vest for Jude when he goes swimming, then I spotted this in the kids section. It's age 1 - 2 years, so will be used next summer. It was only £1.50 too! 
This is another item that's been bought for a few years time too. A Baby Gap jumper for £1.50! It's aged 3 years so will be put away for a couple of years, but I thought the item was such good quality and I'd regret not picking it up too. 
And yet another fabulous brand ... Baby Boden! These were £2, there was some wear to the back but other than that in reasonable condition.
I picked these Tu clothing joggers up for Jude too, they were £1 and aged 9 - 12 months so I'll wash them and start using them asap. We are always in need of trousers in this house for Jude and I loved the texture of these. 
A 50p bargain for my bookshelves. I've seen this title on Instagram and blogs quite a lot, and thought I'd pick it up for my collection and to add to my TBR list. 

This M&S book caught my eye - I love a coffee table book and for £2.50 you can’t go wrong. I had a quick look and it covers everything from fashion to food including iconic collections such as the Twiggy collection. 

This title I spotted for Jude and I thought would be a lovely eco read. It cost 75p and was practically brand new. 
We were very excited to spot these That's Not My Books. The tiger edition was a bit battered but we figured for 50p each and to have some new reads, it was worth buying. 
As a huge Snoopy fan, I was so excited coming across this set of board books. They come in a retro little carry case. There were 4 books inside for £4 and I was so pleased with this purchase! 
My absolute favourite find of the day were these two little dishes. The blue dish was £1.50 and the terracotta dish was £1. They reminded me of the new SS21 Oliver Bonas ceramic collection (which is on my wishlist!) and I thought they'd be perfect for al fresco dining this summer! We used them straight away when we got home too. 
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