We did some antiquing the last few days, and I found a few items of note. I picked up a couple of wooden clamps (16" opening). They weren't antiques, but the price was right ($35 for 2, retail is usually over $25 each). We picked up a Coca Cola sign (~ 48" x 18"). It was probably made in the last 20 years or so. It wasn't enameled, but the read and white paint scheme will look great on the barn (only $20). I'll post a picture later after we get it on the barn.
The most interesting find was a wooden bar clamp. There were 4 for sale. I just picked up 1. It is about 5 feet long. It would have been used for clamping larger furniture pieces and tabletops. I really liked the wooden screw.
We had small 'bird house' we got an an auction (actually, it was shoved in a crock we bought - it came free). I had a spare stair spindle from another project, so I made another decorative bird house to put over in the side garden (I sometime call it the white garden as we have other white items there mixed in with the wildflowers). I gave it a couple of coats of paint.
We picked up a child's ironing board. We will touch up the paint. It didn't have an iron, so I whipped up one. It too will need to get painted. I hope our granddaughter will like it. I am pretty sure she will!