It doesn’t always look like this, and I feel as though belongs to somebody else when it is! The tree and the garland across the window are both made with fabric strips for foliage. It’s actually a better photo of … Continue reading
You can call this a garland, bunting, or string … doesn’t matter! Sort your Christmas cards into themes if you like, then sort them into sizes so you can glue them back to back. Use an awl to make holes, … Continue reading
This angel is used on the tree with Crystal and Gold Collection of decorations. Like most of the ‘crystal’ she is plastic, but good enough plastic to look effective with lights on the tree, and not easy to photograph in … Continue reading
The bottle Brush tree is one of a pair, and that bell … is noisy! Not a pleasant sound either, but it looks wonderful hanging on a door knob. It would scare the living daylights out of a burglar too … Continue reading
The tree from the two dollar shop has a packet of jingle bells tied on with No 8 thread. All three Santas are hand made, and the timber tree was turned by a home handyman.
The bear came gift wrapped from a friend who has donated many items to my collection, and the rocking horse was found by another friend. My only input into this little part of the collection was making the fabric Christmas … Continue reading
Not much bigger than a nut!
The big tree is an Avon perfume bottle which is probably about 30 years old. I could call it vintage, I guess, but as I was the one to make the purchase, it is definitely not yet vintage! The perfume … Continue reading
Love this guy .. there is another similar one in my collection.
The decorations on this tree are broken bits and pieces of jewelery, pre-owned by assorted, mostly female, members of my family. There are brooches, pendants, broken chains, earrings, necklaces, watches … some of the latter donated by Butch, and a … Continue reading