And, it matches my wall perfectly. :) I was pretty giddy over that chair when I brought it home.
Then, I found this Revere Wear sauce pan at a yard sale for around $7.00. I love how the lid has holes and the pan has a spout for pouring.
This globe was $2.00 at another yard sale that morning...
I found this porcelain lamb. I don't care for the paint and glaze on it, but for another $2.00 I figured I could experiment to find how to de glaze it and paint it to look more like cast iron, or my white bunny that I distressed here. Any ideas on how to "de glaze"? Someone told me Hobby Lobby has a product, but when I asked around there, they didn't know of any product to do what I was asking.
Look at this beautiful vintage tin picnic box. I bought that at the estate sale with the chair.
I will probably list it in my shop in the spring.
Along with the sauce pot, I picked up this 3 piece steamer for $5.00, and the little nonstick fry pan for about $2.00 ( I think it was). I actually used this pot to make that yummy artisan bread! I wasn't sure if it would work, but I doubled the loaf so I needed an extra pot, and it did just fine.
The fry pan looked brand new. I had been thinking of getting a new one because the non stick surface was starting to come off my old one. And, for me, it is the perfect size to scramble just a couple of eggs for one kid at a time as they leave at different times throughout the morning.