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08/27/2009

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Wow - that's quite a haul! But they're going to look lovely together at the wedding. Let me know if you need any help scouting for plates - I'd be happy to visit some DC-area thrift stores for you!

I grew up with those strawberry plates in the lower right corner! In fact, I think my parents may have a few sets of some of these patterns in their basement (they were a giveaway at the grocery store back in the seventies). I will check on that and let you know... I'm sure they'd be happy to get them out of the house :) ps. this is the Alicia who bought the record coasters from your etsy store for my wedding!

That's still a total score!! Even though you have more to find, you have loads of time.

yay pretty! i have one like the top upper left, but it's a loner and beautiful :)

Okay, I have to ask -- it looks like you're from Portland. If so, what thrift store are you going to? Goodwill plates are now over $1 each! I'd love to do something like this, but can't really justify it at twice the cost of renting... We're just outside of Portland, and if that's where you are, I'd love your thrift store tips.

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