We are hooked on the "door shelf" - you could look a long time for a cute little corner shelf like this - it's the greatest idea! Gary bought the door used, made the shelves, painted and all I had to do was load up the shelves, but you know, that's not so easy - you stand back and something just doesn't look right, I did this numerous times.... I could still be moving things around! This is my second shelf, he also made one for Carla which she took home this weekend, I think he should go into shelf production!! This is also the first Christmas decorating I've done, except for buying a Poinsettia and I guess that doesn't really count...
I think this is perfect post for Rednesday - bet there's some Christmas posts over there already... I am also linking up with Vintage Thingie Thursday , Share Your Cup Thursday and Thursday Favorite Things Blog Hop If you haven't entered my vintage Christmas draw - please come on over and enter here.
I didn't have a Santa knee hugger, he just arrived this week, some things you just have to buy online.
Putz houses from home
I love the music box, it belonged to my grandmother, it should have a candle in the middle but I didn't get around to buying that yet. I blogged about my little "hair ornaments" last year - if you want to read it - well, here it is
Don't worry, this is not the music box I'm giving away, the other one is packed safely away in the closet. I love the Santa with sleigh, this also came from home, it was never my Mom's, I think it belonged to my great aunt.
Shiny Brites in Pyrex, I like it!! I used Mom's old corsage and a Christmas hankie from her collection too.
I blogged about the doll a while ago, I didn't know what she was, turns out she's a Bradley doll, from the 70's.
So many people seem to have this same blow mold!