First stop, Savers in Dandenong. I hadn't been there for a long time and for such a HUGE shop I was disappointed not to find anything I liked. Gina found a couple of things, so the trip there wasn't entirely in vain.
Next stop, Salvos in Dandenong. Yay! Success. Found these 2 small prints of Tasmanian scenes for $5 each.
Then on to Doncare in Doncaster East, where I found this sweet top with glittery bits through it for $3.
Fourth stop, Salvos in Doncaster East. Normally I bypass this shop, but because Gina was with me I decided to go in so that she could see it. Am glad I did, as I picked up this Kenwood food processor for $15. I'll give it to a friend of mine as she's been moaning for months that she needs a food processor. There was some nice bric-a-bric stuff and both Gina and I admired a pair of cute wooden cat & mouse bookends and an English cottage tea pot set. I heard lots of "oooohs" coming from Gina in this shop.
Onward then to Rotary Rummage in Doncaster East where I found a pure wool Country Road cardigan in excellent nick for $7, plus a beaded makeup bag for $5. (Sigh, another bag which I really DO NOT NEED, but couldn't resist because it was so unusual.)
And lastly, a poke through Doncare in Blackburn North turned up these goodies: - black tunic for $4, peach coloured bracelet for $1, greeting card for 60c, and either Chip or Dale oven mitt (HOW COULD I NOT BUY THIS?) for $1.
Gina found lots of goodies too, so all in all a productive day!