After spending the first half and hour finding goodies, it gradually fizzled out, but nevertheless I wasn't disappointed with my finds.
Already having a jug full of coloured knitting needles, hubby did wonder why I would want more, but heh, you can never have to much of anything!
Jack in his quest to find pretty china for me was rather disappointed there wasn't much that I liked, however he did find this -
how did he know I wanted one? At only £3.00 I couldn't argue. I've seen similar ones at antique centres for considerably more. I think I'm going to paint the surround as it's looking slightly tired, but for now I'll leave it alone.
Don't ask me why I like this picture, but I do. You know when some things just jump out at you - this certainly did. The boys and hubby didn't even think it was worth the £1 I paid for it........
My last buy were some pretty cowslips at 50p per pot so we've planted them under our trees in the garden. I wish I had got more - maybe next time!
Now, back to the start of the weekend. We went off on another National Trust day which seem to be a regular thing for us, and as we are members it makes a reasonably cheap day out. Dunster Castle was our destination. A bit of a journey for us, but we drove through some pretty villages on the way, and we stopped off at Dunster Village before heading to the Castle.
It's a piccie overload I'm afraid as the grounds were so pretty.
Hubby's away all week with work, so I'm hoping this week will whizz by ready for the 3 day weekend!