Here are some noteworthy finds that will work out well for decorating my home.
Vintage and distressed wooden tulips in an ugly green container for $2. The tulips are great, but I may have to either antique or paint the pot to tone down the green or simply set the container in a terra cotta pot. You will see them pop up in post soon.
A great little white, distressed miniature metal oil lamp for $5. No chimney. I will have to find one to fit and it has to be very narrow at the bottom. Perfect for rustic vignettes.
Vintage, rusty grass clippers for $6. They will fit right in with my garden tool collection.
I think this is an egg tray. Unmarked. 12 indentations but most deviled egg trays have the egg laying lengthwise instead of up and down. It might be silverplate or very shiny stainless. I could picture it with decorated Easter eggs on it. $2.
Then two lady figurines to add to my collection. Florence Ceramics Sue Ellen and Delia. No damage. $4 each.
Then my most unusual find, a Buckeye gas nozzle. I think it's brass. I paid $6. This will probably go in my junk flower garden unless I find out it has some value for resale.
So would you have picked up my thrifty finds too?