I found this salad set a while back at a rural thrift shop and fell in love with it straight away. The sticker on the bottom indicates that it was made in Japan. The whole setup was less than $5 and it’s in excellent shape. So much fun for wing dings where lettuce and assorted vegetable options and dressings are provided to meet the culinary enjoyment and nutritional needs of suppertime guests.
This large Pyrex casserole was just $1 at a church tag sale! Sweet. I found another one just like it later on, only that one was a divided dish.
Everyone loves a good night of fondue. And what goes better with goopy, processed cheese than avocado green melamine plates from the era of Marsha Brady? Not only are these highly enjoyable for serving food, but in the event that you’re lactose intolerant or have exhausted your interest in melted cheese you’ll find that these type of plates are also great for holding beads and trinkets for jewelry making projects!
Scomped this up a while back. Very adorable!
Shortly after taking this photo I dropped the doggie planter on the stairs and he broke into eight million, two hundred and twenty seven pieces. Through the miracle of crazy glue applied with toothpicks and three hours of patience, he made a miraculous recovery.
Perhaps my strangest acquisition to date…a stubby little amputee chick sporting a jaunty straw hat and attesting to her love of being without a gentleman caller. And she’s a bank which tells us that she can make and keep her damn own money, thank you very much! Note the sly expression and the seemingly omniscient “I know something you don’t know” look in her eyes…