I ran into a little trouble near the end of my latest project, as in a couple of metal parts being very stubborn to drill into…. but I didn’t give up.
My project did get finished but it was way too late to get the photos edited and the post written in time for today. So I’m switching things around this week and posting my latest finds today and I’ll share my project later in the week.
So… what to do on a hot, humid, and rainy Saturday? Well, going out for brunch and a little thrifting always fits the bill.
This vintage hand painted clown salt and pepper set is made of wood. I love how it’s so colourful.
I wonder what that clown is so sad about?
If you’d like to try to cheer him up by giving him a new home this set is available here.
Cardinals are lovely no matter what, and this souvenir Kentucky salt and pepper set is decorated with 24 K gold.
It’s available here.
The vintage Maynard egg beater is a keeper for my collection.
The vintage measuring spoons will go into my wind chime stashes, and if I can figure out what the top part of that veggie peeler is for I might list it in my etsy shop. Does anyone know? I’ve never seen one like this before.
Until a little while ago I had never seen one of these vintage Wear-Ever juicers. Now this is the second one. The first one sold pretty quick and this one is available here.
I love finding funky folk art pieces, and this hand painted wooden carafe set is very colourful and fun. It’s available here.
If you’ve been following me for a while you know that I have a thing for vintage aluminum pieces… like this vintage bread tray.
It’s hammered aluminum and has a lovely etched leaf design running through the centre.
And I couldn’t resist this vintage aluminum chafing dish.
The legs are a daisy pattern…
and the hammered lid has a lovely design of a rose bud surrounded by flowing ribbon.
I haven’t decided yet if I’ll list this in my shop or add it to my to-be-repurposed-someday treasures.
My problem is that I already have too many of those. lol. How about you?
Thanks so much for reading and until next time…
keep on keepin’ on!