Here's a few of those nice, fat, squat canning jars. Perfect for the jams I make. They're wide mouth, too, which makes it easier to use a knife to get to the jam.
Picked up a zippy bag full of sewing notions and I just love the graphics on the sewing needle sets.
I found the vintage Santa Claus today and got him for 25 cents. He's dated 1968 and still in pretty good shape. He'll be set up with our other vintage santas that we have, unless he happens to be a duplicate, in which case, I'll sell him on eBay. I think he is a bigger one than any I have, though, so he's probably a keeper.
Here are those gallon glass jugs we picked up for 50 cents apiece yesterday. The 3 on the left are all probably cider jugs and the green one looks like a wine one, to me. Their tops are kinda rusty, so I'll swap them out with cork and they'll be as good as new for the wine we made.Here's a close up of one of the jugs-- really nice embossed apple leaves all around it. I have a similar one that is half the size of this, that someone turned into a lamp base. This is apple country here, so yard sales are always packed with apple themed knick-knacks and fabrics.
I just love these tin measuring cups and spoons. I have several sets that I actually use, some I leave in the flour and sugar jars, and the rest are in the drawers. I probably have too many and can stand to sell some off, but I just love, love, love these! I pick them up whenever I see them. Found the salt and pepper set today for 50 cents.