I got this red basket and the items in it - a blue glass fish with a cork in his mouth ( I think I might put it outside as decoration in one of my flower beds), two blue bottles, a copper water dipper, a pretty butterfly (I think I will put it outside in my butterfly bush), a wooded angel, 2 DVD's and a painted enamelware percolator. I saw those percolators online and it said they were made in Sweden. It is so pretty.
And, I also got this black basket and everything in it - milk glass salt and pepper shakers, a jar lifter used when canning, and a vintage kitchen utensil. I think it is used for tenderizing meat. Anyone out there know for sure?
I got both baskets and everything in them for $5.
I also got this small quilt rack. The doll quilts are ones that I made a few years ago. I think I will stain the wooden rack to make it look nicer.
Below is a wooden bread basket, large old green vase, milkglass vase and glass measuring cup.
I have already painted the breadbox red to match my kitchen.
And last, but not least, my husband just had to get this.
Why, I don't know.
An old potty chair with an enamel pot for $1.
I guess I could put flowers in it.
I got a few other things, but didn't post everything here. I got a bunch of books and a lot of them were from a free box.
We didn't really get to go to any sales on Friday and Saturday because I went to the WVWriter's Conference at Cedar Lakes.
More about that on Writing Wednesday.