I found this Terra casserole at a SA. No lid (and I have no hope of finding one in this pattern), a bit scratched and a chip on the rim but I coudn't resist for $1.99.
There was one estate sale I was planning to attend on Saturday morning but got an email from the estate sale company saying that it was starting on Friday instead. I wasn't able to get there until almost closing time but was able to score a Pyrex cake pan for $3 and a cute vintage ice cream scooper for a quarter.
I also picked up a neat set of dominos with dragon pattern:
Of course I pushed my luck and went to a church sale afterwards that was more than 1/2 hour drive away because they made it sound like a huge sale. I was kicking myself afterwards because the pickings were super slim even though I got there right when it opened. They only had 4 rows of tables in one room whereas the other ones I've been to have taken up multiple room and even multiple floors of the church. I didn't want to leave empty handed after all that wasted gas so I decided to rifle around to see if I could find anything. I did pick up a couple of random things.
Who knew Esso made DIY candle kits?! It was only a quarter so I figured I'd add it to my craft supplies.
This set of coasters caught my eye. The foam backing was so old it was crumbling off but I can easily add some felt. It was only 50 cents for the set.
Also stopped by a yard sale on the way home and picked up these interesting figurines.
I do need to stop buying things just because I think they're cute. I have no idea what I'm going to do with these. How often do you get buyer's remorse?
Check out other fun finds at ATG's blog.