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Monday, December 16, 2013

Wrap it up!
Its getting closer to wrapping time.... what do you do?  Do you buy massive amounts of paper to wrap?  I usually change my wrapping every year... and I keep seeming to try to make it as simple as possible with looking as nice as it can...
I have been out searching Pinterest for some great simple ideas....here is what I have found:

1. Doily and Costume Jewelry:

2. Mason Jars...not just for food

3. Take out boxes and lunch bags

4. paper towel rolls

5. Scrapbook paper
6.  Use a picnic basket

7.  Old boxes and tins

8. Old Maps
9. Newspaper
 10 Sewing Patterns
Or you can make them themed and color cordinated

 So what ever you do....have fun and keep it light simple and whimsy!

I know I will be doing a pink and Kraft paper theme this year... I jut can't wait to wrap!

Monday, December 9, 2013

Christmas Time Is Here
The holiday season evokes many emotions, but perhaps the great is nostalgia.  There’s no better time to pull out your collections of vintage cards, linens, glassware and more to add a unique touch to your holiday d├ęcor.  Whether it’s a display of colorful ornaments or a grouping of whimsical Santas, your collectibles bring special meaning to celebrations and family gatherings.  Don’t be afraid to mix up color palettes, patterns and textures it is the season to make things merry and bright, after all.

Here are 10 vintage, collectable and just down right cute items that could be displayed around your house this season:

1. Ceramics, statues or glass ware

2. Stockings:

 Homemade stockings $20.00

 3.  Blankets, pillows, burlap 

4. Holiday Glass ware

5. Old Keys

6. Ornaments

7. Colored Glass

8. Vintage clothing

9. Children's toys

10: NutCrackers

All this week...30% off Christmas items....
also buy $50.00 now and
 get $10.00 to spend in January...
Hope to see you soon!