I found this vintage Tupperware condiment holder at a thrift last year. I love it! I fill it with mayo, mustard and ketchup and keep it in the fridge so it's ready to go.
I made room on a convenient pantry shelf for all the "supplies"
Gotta have a 1970's Tupperware pitcher! I see these all the time for a few bucks at the thrifts.
I found this caddy, along with a matching tray at the Target end of season clearance a few years back. It's very convenient for silverware, napkins, and I put the salt and pepper in there too.
I'll bet they get these again at Michael's. I got them in the dollar section on clearance for .25 each. They are tin or something and are great!
I've collected these over the year at yard sales and thrifts. I have a huge set of the same colored ones that I found all over the place.
I just found this "semi-vintage" ice bucket at Value Village for $4.
Ahhh....my favorite! I got this 1960's carafe and cups for outside tea (gotta have my tea) at a yard sale for $2
I put away most of the glass cups to make room for the plastic. Vintage Tupperware stackables are from a yard sale, The other cups (Green and patterned) are from Target and were cheap!
I love a good fire in the fire pit. Gotta have S'mores for that! I found this cute basket at a yard sale for $1. I use it for all the S'more stuff. The Hershey tin (.69 at Goodwill) holds the chocolate bars of course, and the vintage Thermos sandwich container holds the marshmallows. I keep it all ready to go.
These tins are always at the thrifts, so they are easy to find and cheap!
I keep this tote with several fleece blankets close at hand. I use the cheap ones that you don't mind getting ember burns on. It makes it easy to grab blankets, and you can stuff alot in a tote. You can find these blankets cheap at Ross or the thrifts.