Monday, 24 October 2016

My Sister's Birthday Presents

Today is my sister C's birthday and here are her presents.
As per usual all, bar one, came from a car boot, a charity shop or a jumble.
The pink shoes were something C chose herself a few weeks back. Looking at the bottom of them they look like they may have only been worn once, possibly twice. They were £1.00.
 The grey socks are the one brand new item and they also cost £1.00.
The shoe coaster was 30p.

I would be quite happy to keep any of this next little lot. The sundae dishes are originally from Laura Ashley and were £1.58. The cereal bowl was 50p and the heart saucer was 49p.
The fabric the bowl is sat on is a fleece PJ top patterned with scotty dogs and polka dots, another item my sister chose and this was 20p.

Cath Kidston dusters still in their packaging for £1.00.

A pretty wire and beaded heart which can be used to display photos or cards. 
This was also £1.00.

This is the item the above heart is laying on. A furry black gilet for yet another £1.00

This navy cardi is a long skinny one and I like it's delicate pattern. This was a bargain at 20p.

Not a great photo as it doesn't show the subtle colours of this long snuggly scarf and makes it look a bit dirty! This was bought back in January and was 50p.

Nearly at the end now and here we have a beige and black floaty fabric top which cost 20p.

I think is my favourite piece of clothing. The bird and heart motif is just so sweet. This was where the final pound was spent.

As always our budget is £10 and these items tot up to £9.97.


WinnibriggsHouse said...

Wow what a haul! She should be thrilled with such bounty. It is my sons birthday today too, so happy birthday to them both. x

Maggie said...

Wow, what great bargains you got, i'm impressed!

Penny said...

I like this idea very much. I often include charity shop/vintage finds with my gifts, particularly at christmas, for example, a bottle of home made bramble brandy with two beautiful vintage/charity shop glasses, or a charity/vintage silver spoon with some home made jam. I think these gifts are so much more personal and original than many others x

Jo said...

Happy birthday to C, I hope she has a wonderful day. What a great lot of presents, she must be thrilled with that lot.

Kim said...

That's amazing, I may begin shopping in my local charity shops.......very inspiring.

Cheryl mylittlepieceofengland said...

What fantastic presents, you certainly have a good eye for a bargain xx

Sally A said...

I do love seeing what you buy for each other with your budgets. So clever and there is usually at least one thing I lust after! :-) x

Lowcarb team member said...

Many Happy Birthday Wishes to C.
What a fantastic selection of gifts ... you do so well, she must be so pleased.

Good wishes for this week

All the best Jan

Kezzie said...

Oh wow, you do SOOO well! I am very impressed!!!! The sundae dishes are so nice as are the sweaters!!

BadPenny said...

I love the fun you and your sister have choosing bargain gifts for each other x

Simone said...

So many wonderful bargains yet again! I don't think that charity shops near me sell any item for less than £2.00! You have done so well with your purchases. I hope your sister loved them all! x

Louise said...

You do get some brilliant bargains!

Anna @ paperdollsandposies said...

Great bargains you picked up especially those dusters! For me pretty dusters are a must they help make cleaning feel less of a chore.
Anna xx