The dinner plates were just marked "HOME" & Made in China - they came from the Salvation Army Family Thrift Store - I bought on half price day for about four dollars for eight plates.
The large flower salad plate is marked Certified International (is that code for not made in the USA)?
The small bead and butter plate is marked "A PERFECT OCCASION" also made in China. For fifty cents each I will buy them (plus I get a Senior discount).
The cute little egg cups came from the Goodwill store a while back.
**************************Kathleen (one my my cohorts in thrifting at work) brought in the pretty yard decor that she is making out of clear plates and small crystal candle holders. The pieces are all glued together to be mounted on fence posts and such for outside yard art. Aren't they pretty? (and they look even better in person). FYI the one in the middle sold since I first posted these pictures.
Thrift on ladies - thrift on!
Remember buying from your local charities like Goodwill, The Salvation Army, and The Volunteers of America helps provide jobs for our communities and it also keeps your money in your community working for you!
I will be linking to:
Alma's Seasonal Sundays
The Scoop - Visiting from Debbie's Confessions of a Plate Addict