Thursday, March 1, 2012

Meet Some Friends of Mine...Thrift Core Friends & Sponsors

I'm excited to present my current sponsors! It's an honor to work with every single one of these hardworking bloggers, resellers, artists, and producers. I hope you'll check out their shops and websites!


Vintique Homes is the overflow of camera collections, mid century modern d├ęcor, misfit toys, and other vintage goodies of Jeremiah Cota. Jeremiah enjoys thrifting and the thrill of searching for the next vintage goodie. Vintique Homes hopes you'll give us a visit and give a vintage goodie a new home!




OldSkoolJunk is a collaborative vintage and art brand run by my business partners and friends Rosaly Natera and Richard Smith. We met at Art Walk and I was so blown away by their amazing work that we've been collaborating ever since.  I highly recommend checking out their Etsy Shop! If you're local, check them out at Southern Crossing Antique Mall, booth #356.

I've been reading Moe's artsy-craft blog Five Sixteenths for years, and I've enjoyed watching her grow and change as an artist.

She always has fun extras like free desktop calendars (I have this cute one for March equipped!) Check out her blog for more goodies and artsy-crafty fun.

My fellow thrifty-artsy-crafty-hippie soul pal Carrie blogs over at Little Big:

I write about my life as a homemaker, feminist, librarian, wife, and mother.  Thrifting is my passion and I love to share my ideas for living the good life on a budget. I focus on the important things in life and the possibilities of living simply and well with less.

She has a colorful matching vintage shop full of sweet treasure to explore, too!


The Maiden Voyage team create my favorite vintagey t-shirts on the web! Their designs are retro-manly fun and imaginative.

Read about the team's vintage inspirations in this special interview, a great read for those of you who want to branch out and create a clothing brand of your own!





My pal Nicole has made a name for herself in the local art community for her distinct, colorful art style featuring a plethora of land and sea beasts!

She's always available for commissions and has incredibly fair rates. If you're local, she sells her wares at Art Walk and Southern Crossing Antique Mall (along with an amazing selection of vintage goodies!)
I'll let Nell tell her vintage story, it's probably your reselling story, too: Three years ago my husband and I moved into our 620 square foot bungalow.  What started as a quest to find unique (smaller-sized) furniture quickly turned into a yard sale obsession! I brought than could fit in our walls and so began Nells Vintage House! In a perfect world, my house would be twice as big, furnished with the perfect blend of Mid Century and Industrial edge and my kitchen shelves would be open and covered in Pyrex! 


Nell blogs about her beautiful vintage finds on the Nell's Vintage House blog!

Discount Code: Use the discount code "Thiftcore" for 15% off your entire purchase!

 Thank you for reading about my friends and sponsors. Each of these people have supported Thrift Core and help me build the brand, and I'm very grateful! If you want to join the Thrift Core team simply email me to discuss sponsorship and giveaway opportunities.
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