My dear husband has some concerns about my shopping habits. When I find an amazing deal on something that I can use for my home, I can't resist. I stash these treasures away until I have the time or inspiration to use them.
I think that deep down my hubby thinks he will be living out his golden years with a hoarder that fills our closets with toothpaste and picture frames.
I'm beginning to fear that he may be right.
Look at some of the things that I found while I was packing.
I bought these because I was inspired by The Nester's project here.
I found them at a going-out-of-business sale for just a few bucks and couldn't resist.
I was so pleased with the results of painting this mirror, that I started snapping these up whenever I see them Goodwill. I'm planning to paint them and give them as gifts.
I just can't resist super-cheap picture frames. The biggest one was actually picked out of someone's trash. So embarrassing. I'm planning a a picture wall in the new house so I've been collecting frames when I find them at a bargain.
I found these lamps for less than $5 each. I'm planning to paint them although I haven't decided what to do about shades yet.
So am I the only freak who buys these kinds of things without a specific plan? Do you have a plan and then search for the parts you need? Or do you pick up bits and pieces as you find them and make the plan later.
Am I going to become a crazy toothpaste hoarding old lady?