Here are my finds:
Consignment store find. I think it's a green ballerina pattern depression glass vase. Sure of the pattern, not sure if it's real or a repro. $5.
This was my most expensive purchase. A chippy, old, wooden, primitive tool box. $22 at an antique store. I am going to use it to display some old game boards.
Two oval Irvinware chrome trays and one round Shelton tray at thrift/consignment store. $2 each oval, $3 on the round. Like new condition. I think these will be used in my flower garden for some bling!
I love to collect sprinklers (especially red) and old clippers. I think these are marked Stalwart. Along with the little funnel, all great garden junk! $4 clippers, $4 sprinkler, $1 funnel estate sale.
I don't think I could have too many watering cans and I couldn't pass up on this one at the estate sale. $4. Condition is fair.
More fun garden junk at the estate sale. Long handled Artisan grass clipper. $4.
Great old suitcase, 75 cents at the rummage sale.
Consignment store primitive aluminum scoop $2 and estate sale American Thermos lunch box $4. The lunch box is a great outdoor planter. (My dad and grandpa carried one of these to work in the paper mill every day! Memories!)
A rusty vintage bottle capper from the consignment store for a couple bucks. Interesting garden junk.
This is a double sided dart board. Regular darts on the back and baseball darts on the front. Marked made in England. All wood. $5 at rummage sale. Great condition.
My mom gave me one of her finds, this McCoy ovenware bowl with brown stripes.
This is the second brass holder I have run across recently. The last one I painted white and displayed Christmas cards and Valentines in the clamps. This one was a couple bucks at the estate sale. Also a Walker Ware vintage aluminum water pitcher $3 at the consignment store.
Total spent excluding the primitive tool box $47.75.