Making a Warm Entrance

I almost didn’t even look at the price tag of this wool blanket  when I happened upon it at a local antique shop.  I just figured it was out of my price range.  It was Tartan plaid afterall. I decided to entertain myself and nonchalantly check the tag.  When I saw $12, I had to take a second look to make sure I wasn’t missing a zero or transposing a number.

I almost gasped when I realized it was truly only $12, but then thought better of it.  I didn’t want to draw any attention to my amazing find.

I quietly and calmy put it in my arms and walked straight to the register.

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Comments

  1. Cindy says

    What a great find! That sure adds a pop of the perfect color!! I love the basket and greens as well….you have such a nice touch:)

  2. Nancy says

    Isn’t it great when we find amazing bargains for wonderful old things..I found my old Oxford cupboard (similar to Hoosier) at a goodwill store years ago..when I read the $50.00 price tag I almost tripped and fell trying to get to the counter to pay for it..lol..Enjoy your beautiful blanket Mary!!

  3. says

    Hi Mary, your photo drew me right to your front door. Love the red plaid blanket on the white chair and the basket of greenery. Beautiful and welcoming. Blessings, Pamela (next door in New Brunswick) :)

  4. says

    Loving that blanket! I have been trying to find one in deep blue’s for my screen porch but I haven’t found one with that great price! Warm and inviting, thank you for sharing, Kris

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