Tuesday, December 11, 2012

Full Set Thrifted

How often do you walk into a thrift store and find a whole set of Pyrex...anything?!  I couldn't believe it.  The pieces were sold individually, but the whole set was there.  So for $18...Happy Birthday to me!  I really like this variation of the Spring Blossom and will use this as my regular mixing set.

I'm noticing that I was so excited, I didn't dry the bowls very well before taking pics, LOL.

Stacey www.gfpastorswife.blogspot.com


13 comments:

  1. Hi Stacy,

    Not only did you get an amazing full set, you also found Crazy Daisy, not Spring Blossom. The Spring Blossom pattern is pretty easy to find around here but I have only seen pieces of the Crazy Daisy pattern on a couple of occasions. There are very subtle differences between the two. Lucky find for you!

    Happy Holidays,

    Erica

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    1. yes! I never know what to call it...I like the Crazy Daisy name better. I didn't even know the cinderella set existed! I have the 3 mixing bowl set

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  2. Nice find Stacy!
    And a good price too. Don't you just love finding something so awesome for such a good price?
    It reminds me of when I found the Spring Blossom 4 piece mixing bowl set in Savers and the total price was $8.95!
    Love finding the whole sets of Pyrex.

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    1. Yes, that's a rare event...you got a great price!

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  3. Happy B-day to you!!
    These are cute!
    :)
    C

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  4. Wow! What a great find! Happy birthday to you indeed!

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  5. awesome find! Pyrex makes for the best kind of birthday!

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  6. Everyone deserves a special treat for their birthday!

    Nice find, that happened to me twice - set of Colonial Mist Cinderella's and a pink fridge set, which probably was my best Pyrex find, ever!

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    1. wow! I can't imagine finding a whole fridgie set of anything!

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  7. I still don't believe in a "Crazy Daisy" pattern, just different variations to the Spring Blossom Green patterns.

    Great score, BTW!

    I find sets of Butterprint ALL THE TIME. For the mixing bowls, minus the 404 because I believe it was sold seps. But I've found 4,5,6? sets out there together in the wild & have passed up on 2 sets.

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    1. It's so funny that there is no "official" concense on the name of the pattern....I go back and forth :)

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  8. that is the most amazing thing ever! love it!

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