I am officially addicted

Hi, my name is Kelley and I am  a second shopping for Polish table linens addict!

I love table linens!  I love the fact that just by changing a tablecloth on a table the whole look of a room can change.  I also love handmade and vintage type things.  Maybe because it reminds me of my grandparents and the handiwork they did and that now I do, or maybe I LOVE these type of linens because I know how much work goes in making them.  But every time I go into a second-hand store here one of the first areas I go to is the tablecloths and linen area to see if I can find any goodies.

Today I scored BIG with 4 linens from one of the stores I shop at that is not to far from house!

This is probably the best find I have found here so for in the last year!  This one is AMAZING and the detail is just WOW.  I paid....... 20 zlotys($6)!  The linen fabric itself would cost me 20 zlotys.

This is probably the best find I have found here so for in the last year! This one is AMAZING and the detail is just WOW. I paid……. 20 zlotys($6)! The linen fabric itself would cost me 20 zlotys.

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Can you believe I only paid 3($1) zlotys for this?

These are perfect for Easter decorating coming up.  I paid 10 zlotys($3) for each of these, CRAZY!!!

These are perfect for Easter decorating coming up. I paid 10 zlotys($3) for each of these, CRAZY!!!

Are these not wonderful?  Now do you understand why I am officially addicted?

So needless to say they are now in my washing machine to get the smell out and then tomorrow ironing and then maybe a good excuse to start the Easter decorating of the house so I can put these out right away.

What 1 thing makes you think of your grandparents when you see it or smell it?  For me it has to be Polish Tartar as I used to eat that at my Grandma house but we called it Tiger Meat.

love kelley
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