December 14, 2009

Vintage Christmas Monday no. 4

It's Vintage Christmas Monday, so don't forget to visit
I have only done 2 weeks of the vintage Monday but what fun to take pictures of treasures I love.My Santa tree.It has old and new ornaments and small Santas.

The real tree in the vintage coffee pot with cookie cutters and red bows sits on the breakfast bar shelf.

The round candle on the table with a vintage santa.The candle was made by my Mom when I was about 9 or 10.I remember she and the neighbor ladies getting together and making the candles.They whipped the wax and frosted and glittered the outside of the candle.

The sweet Christmas girl planter.So many memories.

The Night before Christmas book that has had the fuzzy parts loved
The last pictures are of my all natural tree.Lots of beeswax ornaments,pinecones,etc.

The fresh tree that has yet to be decorated,the coaster I am making as stocking stuffers for friends and one of my favorite Santa pictures made from a Christmas card.There are so many things still to do.I am making a list and checking things off but the list does not seem to get shorter.I will be sorry to see this fun end.thanks joan


Carol said...

Sending you happy Vintage Christmas Monday wishes from Boxwood Cottage in Germany

Blessedmom's Simple Home said...

All of your trees look so nice. It seems so festive around your house. I'm sure everyone is enjoying it.

~~Carol~~ said...

All of your trees are wonderful, especially that Santa tree! And I love that little girl planter too. I would love to see more of your home, because that staircase is absolutely gorgeous!
Merry Christmas and Happy VCM!

Judi said...

I think the little girl figurine Christmas planters are so adorable. Everything looks so nice and I can see you are in the Spirit! Merry Christmas ~ Judi

Gypsy Fish said...

OMG the knee hugger felt santa is soooo awesome I've never seen one as a I have to go find one to go with my OTHER collection..knee hugger elves.
Merry VCM!

Joan@anythinggoeshere said...

Love all of the trees you've created. xo Joan, your hostess