While we were in Arizona, Hertz surprised us with an extra $200 Pre-Authorization Fee for our rental car, so we had to be creative with our food budget and it meant no spending money! We hit the Fry's grocery store in Fountain Hills and on Saturday evening on the way to a family friends' home, my teen's braces were starting to hurt her gums so we had to stop at the old Basha's we used to go (back when we lived in Mesa) on the way to get some wax for her.
What's a girl to do with a camera in stores? Snap up pictures of dishes of course! I mixed up the pictures while uploading so I can't remember which store had what. I'm sure Marty of "A Stroll Thru Life" can help us. She lives in Scottsdale, AZ! She is one lucky duck!
Can you say Arizona is ready for summer time? Look at all these beautiful shades of summer in the tumblers. A whole rack of them!
Here's more for those outdoor cocktail entertaining ideas... You see the drink dispensers? I think those are built in ice tubes to keep your drinks cold! Great idea!
Look at these dessert stemware and bowls, even ones for margaritas! I am lovin' those cobalt ones!
A close-up of the ice cream bowls... I almost begged dh for some cash to buy the lavender ones,but I stopped myself. ;-) $1.99, that's it and they are ceramic!
More cobalt plastic stemware and look at those yellow margarita stemware. The floral dishes are just adorable! I am getting more furious with Hertz! Aarrrggghhh!!!!
Look at these plastic black dip bowls. They each resemble a mortar! They even came in cheese colored ones!
And here are the ones I've really salivated over. Wide snack sharing ceramic bowls from Mulberry. They are gorgeous! And how can you not want them at $1.50 a piece and they are twice the size of a regular bowl.
Thank you again Tam for hosting another great week of looking for Three or More great items.
TABLESCAPING IDEA: ("Brain" had a blast snapping up pics in the store) Never be afraid to bring your camera inside stores. If you find great ideas or inspiration items, snap up pictures and catalog them for future use.