Monday, October 4, 2010

Big Community Yard Sale

-Getting this text from the girls next door made my morning Saturday.

They weren’t kidding when they said BIG community yard sale and tons of people.

Here’s a close up of my finds.  Can you figure out what they are?

How did you do?  Let's zoom out and find out.

I don’t wear a wig but I love her eyes and her red hair.  I think I should name her.  Any sultry name suggestions?

I know it’s not a vintage can (it’s got a website address imprinted on it) but the graphics do look vintagy. Vintagy, new word I just made up.  It means when something’s got a vintage feel to it.

I found another turquoise glass insulator.

This one was a tough one to figure out.  It’s a set of glasses with aluminum holders.  I like the round shape-bottom.  I have an idea on how to display that.  In the mean time, they will be great in this wire basket to perhaps hold flowers.

I have no idea what to do, if anything, with these oil tins yet.  But they look cool, don’t they?

Finally, I bought this pan just for the color.  It’s perfect for holding my tea towels or handy to grab when I bake brownies.

Total spent, $5!  Did you come across anything good in garage sales this weekend? I

Yanet  IIIII
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Kelli said...

Fab finds ...great bargain hunting ... you're a girl after my own heart! I think your sultry girl could be Serena!! (I think that might be the name of Samantha's naughty cousin in Bewitched?????)

COTTAG3 said...

Five bucks for all of that? I would have paid that alone or more for those aluminum glasses. Those are great.

Andrea said...

That must have been an awesome yard sale!!! You got some great looking stuff!

Ocean Breezes and Country Sneezes said...

Looks like it was a great yard sale!!! Love your finds! Have a nice day!

Unknown said...

Wow what an awesome sale! Can't believe you got all that stuff for only $5.

tazolover said...

Absolutely gorgeous finds! Love your new friend. She looks like a Bianca or maybe Scarlett.

Teachinfourth said...

The old glass insulators are awesome...