I never cease to be amazed at the variety of shapes and sizes I have found in Santa figurines. I am also amazed at the length of the hat of the on dressed in red velvet. Advertisements
Some special Santas on a lace tablecloth. The tree on the left has small illustrations glued to card as decorations, the one on the right had handmade glass ornaments.
Why does he have a spring hat? Because it is made of metal? And why does the egg shape body have what looks like a catch to keep it closed? There is one question I can answer. Why did I … Continue reading
Patchwork pieces hanging in a narrow passage. The house has a weird floor plan and this part of the passage is pretty much unused, so is a great place for storing stuff, and displaying stuff for my own pleasure rather … Continue reading
Wouldn’t it be nice to be so happy?
I wonder why he has a bell for a body … though I guess he needs a bell somewhere because there isn’t one on his bike.
He arrived sitting on a spring … looks much more comfortable sitting on the shelf.
He will sing a song too, if you hit that red button between his feet. Not a bad voice either! This is one of many decorations I have inherited from my parents. There is a lovely photo of the great … Continue reading
… but the treadle sewing machine holds up a collection of Santas and trees, and there are more trees on the wall, more Santas on the floor, and a 6 foot tree filling the corner … all just inside the … Continue reading
A simple applique made to show off a set of four ceramic gingerbread men. The star, pudding and snowman demanded space too.