Thrift Store Finds and Repurposing

Here's a list of links to all of the posts with my thrift store finds or repurposed items for dolls.  This isn't meant to be a "brag" list, but instead a list of posts that encourages you to go out and find your own treasures to use for your dolls.  It also serves as a reminder that you don't necessarily have to pay top dollar or have brand name items to have some great accessories, outfits, and more for your dolls. :)

At the bottom of the page, I'll add pics of the thrift store goodies I've found that aren't featured in their own exclusive post. :)

Enjoy!  I hope this page leads you to search for treasures of your own. :)

-Alexander Girlz doll; American Girl books; Disney dolls; Beauty and the Beast stuff; 80s dolls and toys; items repurposed as doll furniture
-American Girl Chrissa Doll (Craigslist find, not thrift store, but fun nonetheless) ;)
-American Girl clothes and accessories (BEST DAY EVER!!!) ;)
-American Girl Samantha doll (Even BETTER best day ever!!!) :)
-Battat Horse
-BFC Ink Kaitlin doll #1
-BFC Ink Kaitlin doll #2
-Bitty Baby Dolls, American Girl Lindsey doll and more items repurposed as doll accessories
-Calico Critters lot, American Girl Penny horse, Lalaloopsies
-Calico Critters, My Little Pony, Barbie in India, and more! (out-of-town Goodwill Grand Opening)
-Disney and Les Miserables shirts; CDs and VHS; items repurposed as doll accessories
-Doll clothes and radio repurposed for dolls
-Doll dresses; LIV dolls
-Hearts For Hearts Consuelo
-Items repurposed for doll accessories and furniture
-Play Along Club Sophie Kate doll
-Tonner Tyler Wentworth Doll :D
-Various items repurposed for my doll rooms

American Girl Molly Doll (found at Goodwill in Nevada for $2.99):
Molly is put aside for Little Gal for her 8th birthday or Christmas. :)

More to come as I find more treasures! :)


Aileen said...

Hi! I've never commented on your blog before but I just wanted to let you know that I like the changes you have made and this section is my favorite. I love to see and get inspiration from the things other people find and repurpose for their dolls. This is the first doll blog I joined and still my favorite.

beastsbelle said...

Hi Aileen. Thanks for commenting. :) I'm glad you enjoyed this page. I was hoping it would be fun and helpful for my readers. :)

Great to hear from you. Thanks for liking my Facebook page, too. :)

Anonymous said...

Hi!I'm Lanie and this is the first time i've commeted on ur blog!i really like ur blog. I still can't beleive you found Molly for $3.00! I love looking at doll blogs and i enjoy yours.Bye!

beastsbelle said...

Thanks, Lanie...nice to meet you. :)

Anonymous said...

I love this page!! I have read every entry multiple times and love hearing about what you find at goodwill!! Thanks for being such an awesome blogger!!

beastsbelle said...

Aww, thanks, Anonymous. :) Glad you're enjoying the posts. :)

Lindy said...

I found a Molly AG for $5 at a thrift store... they are now getting harder to find, because more shops know what they are. I saw an AG for $50... not so much of a find but still better than new. I get dolls with awful hair and fix them. Recently I've done two Our Generation dolls. I got one for 2.25 and one for 99 cents! And I got a Lapsitter for Free with Purchase. I had not seen those before. I agree, don't grow up-- I am a Grandma of 14 (the latest due in a couple weeks) and only one granddaughter, so I "adopted" a couple girls to sew for, and of course my dolls all need wardrobes. The plan is to find girls that need them and give them away. So far, I haven't parted with too many of them. LOL I'll have to leave instructions in my will!!