December 7, 2009

Vintage Christmas Monday Blog party

Over on http://thepottingshed-anythinggoeshere.blogspot.com/2009/12/vintage-christmas-monday-number-3.html
there is a vintage party going on each Monday.
I decided to join in.It is the 3rd Monday but I am slow this year getting My decorations out.Here are a few.I have Many vintage things to put out yet.The coffee bar is decorated.The green pottery I have collected over the years.The vintage ornaments were a gift a few years ago from my aunt Marian.What treasures they are.I put more on our real tree.

I love the old teasel trees and the Santa mugs.The elves were my mother in laws.I will leave it all out through Christmas day then put them away and bring out the snowmen collection.






The small buffet is decorated.The wooden trough needs pine and ornaments.I love the little trees under the dome on the cake plate.The tiny Santas and deer are so sweet. My tiny cupboard with the vintage tea set is perfect on the buffet.The cookie cutters were mine as a child.The angel food cake pan holds the white tree perfectly.

7 comments:

Judi said...

Oh I just love how the display on the footed cake stand turned out! So clever and creative. It all looks so very nice. Thanks for sharing your treaures. Judi

Petite Michelle Louise said...

LOVE the display on your cakeplate. very sweet...thanks for the inspiration! ~*~*~*michelle

~~Carol~~ said...

You've got a lot of wonderful decorations! I especially like the little scene in the cakeplate, and all of those Santa mugs. And that little red elf too!
Happy VCM!
Carol

Joan@anythinggoeshere said...

Everything looks so sweet. Love the arrangement under the cakeplate. xo Joan, your hostess

My Grama's Soul said...

How nice that you have enough vintage things to change your display throughout the season. I am jealous.

Cheers,

Jo

Martha said...

HI! I love the vintage Christmas decor, I have a lot of stuff, every year I switch things out to make a change. Last year I had more vintage items out. I usually keep my snowmen away until after Christmas, just use a few, but my son and his family are coming to visit and I wanted to share these with the grandchildren! Wishing you and your family a blessed and wonderful holiday. Martha

Cindy said...

Love vintage Christmas