Saturday, December 18, 2010

Here comes Santa Claus, here comes Santa Claus........

My family just doesn't understand this Santa on a rooster thing that I bring out every year.  I bought it years ago at a craft fair, the minute I laid eyes on it I had to have it.  When I kick the bucket it will be in the yard sale for sure, lol.
This watercolor painting was done by my cousin Debra, it is a treasure to me and I hang it every year.
This is the art work of our granddaughter Eve, she gave this to us last year when she was in the first grade.  I put it between two pieces of glass and looked forward to hanging it all year.  She was quite pleased to see it.
My grandkids favorite ornament, they love to pull the string and make him dance.
This vintage Santa face had a place on the back for a light, but it is long gone. 

Friday, December 17, 2010

Tuesday, December 14, 2010

Every year as a kid we had a silver pom pom CHRISTmas tree, and the balls were pink, with a color wheel light.  Pink shiny brite balls bring nothing but sweet memories.

Monday, December 13, 2010

Since when do birdcages have to house birds?  The lamp adds a new light to an old birdcage.
Brown bottles seem to call to me these days.  They show so pretty, and the more, the better!

Saturday, December 11, 2010

I'm having a good time playing with these note cards and hang tags.  Going to try throwing in some red burlap and some Christmas scenes.
A little burlap, some hang tags, distressed around the edges, and a few prints of vintage subjects.

Tuesday, December 7, 2010

I found this sewing collage at an antique shop I frequent in Oklahoma.  The frame is an old clock frame, how clever!  The bottles and jars are done using rub on letters.


No snow here, but these folksy snowmen could put me in the mood for a little flurry.

Sunday, December 5, 2010

A trip to Canton to tend my booth and enjoy fellowship with the girls there.

A little silver mixed with white and old, just love it!
A few CHRISTmas balls, the pinks are my favorite, well - maybe the faded blue and green, well.........
I just love these riding boots, properly weathered and worn.   The bottles are made using religious motifs, outlined with glitter, tied with scrunched up ribbon and they hold your holy card or picture.
Brenda is always tending her booth, she is the busy bee, putting things in order when a sale is made.  She helps us all with our booths.  I love being able to call her my friend.  If you're looking for inspiration just have a visit with Brenda!
Donna not only works at Timeless Treasures, she has two booths to take care of.
Karoline was busy organizing her booths, she has several booths at Timeless Treasures.
Lori is doing a make over of her booth, after a day on the grounds at first Monday.