This is the last Vintage Christmas Monday for 2009.
Our Hostess Joan from Anything Goes Here
has given us a wonderful opportunity to share our
Vintage Christmas treasures.
Be sure to go over and see the rest of the
Vintage Christmas Monday participants.
These are my vintage Nativity sets.
I know many of you have these,
but I still enjoy seeing them all.
I found it at a flea market several years ago.
This one is in the sunroom and was my mother's-in-law.
This was the first year of Fontanini
probably around 1984.
This snow globe nativity isn't old,
but while I'm showing the others,
I thought I would share this one that
my husband bought me several years ago.
Little vintage white reindeer ornaments
in the sunroom...so darn cute!
And this is one of my husband's "ornaments". Before you get all upset, it was taken at his traditional yearly deer camp with his family. There are so many deer in Missouri that if they are not harvested many starve, or because of numbers are killed on highways or cause accidents. We donate the venison to food programs. I do not enjoy the idea, but it is part of the "male bonding time" of the family. It's wearing a vintage jingle bell wreath. New ones are made like this, but this one is old.
This is another one of my many
vintage Christmas candy tins.
Besides boxes of Shiny Brites and old Christmas lights
I've about exhausted my stash of vintage Christmas.
This has been so much fun!
I'll have to be collecting more for next year.
Have a great Christmas Week, Everyone!