The candle holder was 50 cents at the first stop, found the candles for 25 cents for two at the next stop.
I got the crock and harness for $5 and the books were 50 cents each, they are all in excellent shape.
This last bunch of stuff came from a surprise stop on the way home. I stopped at a house of a woman whose son went to school with one of my boys, I had been in the house a few years ago and it was beautifully decorated, just the way I would like if I had an unlimited budget. She is selling her house to travel more and just simplify things so I got ALL of this for only.....$5.00. I have been wanting one of these to put by the wood stove for quite some time now, patience pays:0)
The basket with the sunflower has a bunch of little stuffed things, there are even some stuffed candy corn and several small pillows with crows on them. Everything comes out of the basket, nothing is glued in so I can take them out and use them around the house this fall. The two wooden boxes will be great catch alls for my sewing room, I think.
This basket will be put away for Spring.
The only thing I didn't get a photo of is a floor grate that I bought for $6.00 and already put it in place. I had a brass one that was broken and found a black cast one that fits perfect.
When I got home I finally decided to get working on the ladder that I posted about on July 8. Hubby helped me to (Deb close your eyes, you probably don't want to see what I did, lol) cut this old ladder into two shorter ones that I could use for display in the living room and my sewing room. I was just going to measure and take a handsaw and cut the thing in two pieces, hubby had other ideas. He though I should angle the cut based on the distance away from the wall I planned on setting it, so it took longer but I guess I have to admit they probably set better because of the angle cut, just don't tell him I said that, LOL.
Instead of the handsaw I got to use this tool.
You really can't see them but here are my two lines to cut on, when I finished I had two ladders.
Midnight checking things out and looking for something to steal and chew on!
The one on the left is in the living room and the one on the right is in the sewing room. They will look great with "stuff" on them.