Welcome to my vintage Christmas at Home. I am part of a blog tour with Sondra Lyn At Home. It has been a week with over 20+ bloggers and their Christmas decorations, home tours and more.
If you are new to my blog, I am happy to have you here today.
Welcome to the first annual Home for the Holidays Blog Tour
brought to you by Sondra Lyn at Home!
This year’s co-host is Michele from Our Rosey Life. Thanks, Michele!
We are so excited to bring the selection of blogs that have been assembled for this inaugural kick-off. Be sure to check back for each day’s inspirational links!
Here is the line-up for the week:
Monday – Gifts and Wrapping
Tuesday – Trees and Decor- Part I
Wednesday – Crafts
Thursday – Recipes and Tablescapes
Friday – Trees and Decor- Part II
Each day you will see new links added for that day’s featured topic. So let’s get started! Enjoy!!
Home for the Holidays
Monday ~ Gifts and Wrapping
Tuesday ~ Trees and Decor- Part I
Wednesday ~ Crafts
Thursday ~ Recipes and Tablescapes
Friday ~ Trees and Decor- Part II
Today is MY turn to show you some of my Vintage Christmas At Home.
Much of my Christmas decor is vintage, worn and has a part in my family history.
I am blessed to own my grandma’s vintage angel collection. These angels were produced in the 1930s.
Placing the vintage angels, in vessels with epsom salt highlights them individually.
The little homes and church are also grandma’s vintage collection.
As a child, I remember seeing them along with bottle brush Christmas trees on the mantel above her fireplace.
Using vintage tart tins filled with red jingle bells adds the Christmas red I was hoping for.
Vintage Mason jars are always fun to fill with strands of pearls and a tealight.
My grandpa’s croquet box is used often in my daily home accessories. It’s one of my fave pieces to use at Christ time as well.
For years our Christmas tree has been filled with vintage crystals, and shiny brite ornaments.
This year, I have adorned our tree with my great-grandma’s crystal necklace. Yes, it is one of my favorite pieces on the tree (BIG smile).
I love this Flexible Flyer, not only because it is vintage, but because my Hubby actually rode it as a child! (Yes, he may or may not be that old! HeHe!)
This year the sled has found a comfortable home under our Christmas tree.
Within days the sled will hold our family gifts.
Grandma’s vintage gold ornaments fill my wood tray, along with dried pomegranates.
Lastly, our book shelf in the living room is adorn with my very first purchased Nativity.
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Thanks to Sondra Lyn for working diligently to make this tour a fabulous success!
Visit all the blogs to see even MORE Christmas inspiration…
And thank YOU for taking time to visit my Vintage Christmas At Home. I hope to see you back here very often
Make it a lovely Holiday with those you love this Christmas Season.